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The first notice regarding the 2019 MTBA Annual General Meeting was sent to all current financial members on October 14. Information regarding the agenda including Special Resolutions related to AusCycling, proxy form and Elected Director nominees will be sent to all financial members by Wednesday 6 November.

Current financial members can vote in person at the AGM or by completing and returning a proxy form. 

More details to follow.

 

MTBA staff in conjunction with the Sport and Technical Management Advisory Commission have been working on some matters relating to the National Cup competition framework.

Follow the link: https://www.mtba.org.au/nationalcup/
 

2020 National Cup Expressions of Interest


Applications to host an event as part of the 2020 MTBA National Cup are now open!

Please follow the link to apply for an eventhttps://www.mtba.org.au/nationalcup/host-an-event

Key Dates:
  • Final applications for 2020 Tier 1 events must be received by 5pm Friday January 31 2020.
  • Tier 2 & Tier 3 applications must be received no later than 2 months from the proposed event date.  
Clubs and organisers are welcome to email nationalcup@mtba.org.au with any questions or enquiries.

API Key Information for Clubs/Private Promoters

If you are using external event registration system, you can use the API key to check whether or not a particular rider is currently financial for your event.

For more information please contact the MTBA office.

Inclusive Online Coaching Course

This free online interactive course is is short, user-friendly and aimed at coaches from Play By The Rules.

Head to the link: https://www.playbytherules.net.au/resources/articles/inclusive-coaching

Australian Mountain Bike Trail Guidelines 

MTBA have a number of resources to help support clubs with the development and maintenance of trails.  The Australian Mountain Bike Trail Guidelines are an important resource for land managers, trail professionals and mountain bike groups.  It provides guidance to ensure a consistent approach to planning, designing, constructing and managing sustainable mountain bike trails.
 
The Guidelines aim to ensure that mountain bike trails are developed to align with landholder expectations, to meet the needs of riders, to minimise environmental impacts and to provide opportunities for the public to connect with the environment.

The Australian Adaptive Mountain Bike Guidelines is a detailed guide to help land managers, trail builders, event directors, mountain bike clubs, charities and associations develop inclusive mountain bike trails, events and programs for people with disabilities in Australia.
 
Authored by Break the Boundary and supported and published by Mountain Bike Australia and the Queensland Government.

MTBA Christmas and New Year

The MTBA office will close at 12noon on Friday 20th December & reopen on Monday 6th January 2020.

During this period, there will be no MTBA Online Services (MOS) reconciliation or disbursement to clubs and private promoters. 

The final disbursement to clubs for 2019 will occur on Wednesday 18th December.

The first disbursement to clubs for 2020 will occur on Wednesday 8th January.

Should you have any concerns regarding this, please contact our office asap.
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