Mountain Bike Survey

Mountain Bike Survey

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Posted on 04.03.2020

MTBA is currently undertaking an economic and participation analysis of mountain biking in Australia.

The objective of this study is to estimate participation rates of mountain biking, as well as measure and assess the range of benefits associated with mountain biking.

The outcomes of the study will form an evidence base to better demonstrate the value and significance of mountain biking, and be able to be used by stakeholders to support funding applications for new and upgraded infrastructure, mountain bike programs and other initiatives.

As part of this study, MTBA is undertaking consultation and engagement with the mountain bike community to gather information on participation trends and the benefits that users associate with the activity.

Click the link below to complete a quick survey to help inform the project.

This project is made possible by funding via Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund – Community Investments.

For more information on the project, contact MTBA on 07 5628 0110 or





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