Entries are now open for the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 for 2013! For details on how to enter click here
Welcome to the 2013 edition of the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100, “WA’s Premier MTB Event” and the official home of the West Australian Marathon Championships. We are pleased to announce that; Healthway with the Act-Belong-Commit message will be the Naming Rights Sponsor of the event once again!
This year not only are we looking to improve the course, but we are looking to improve the event as a whole, so we are working with the Dwellingup Community to get them involved and make the event bigger and better.
In 2013 the Dwellingup Community are going to provide more for both participants and spectators. For participants they will be supporting you by hosting a pre event 'Power Pasta Night' and post event holding a Dwellingup 'Bush Dance' After Party! For the spectators, special Saturday Market Stalls are going to be organised, the local RSL will be providing morning tea (Fresh Scones, Jam and Cream) as well as some other 'typically Dwellingup' activities.
We think its a great initiative to get the local community involved and they love having the opportunity to be involved in the event that invades their town once a year! We hope that you will get on board and support the community that supports your love for mountain biking.
The website has been updated with relevant information for the 2013 event and will continue to be updated as information becomes available.
Train hard and we look forward to seeing everyone at the D100 on Saturday 7th September 2013.
Tony Tucknott & the TriEvents Team
Muscular Dystrophy WA’s RIDE FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN’T challenge at the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 was an overwhelming success in 2012. We need the help of the Perth Mountain Biking community to assist us in making it an even bigger success in 2013!
Muscular Dystrophy WA challenges you to RIDE FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN’T at the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 in September. We challenge you to join the team and take on the 40km or 100km track. You will be riding for someone living with muscular dystrophy. You will be a part of an amazing team that will enjoy both the challenge of the ride and the challenge of raising much-needed funds to support Western Australians living with muscular dystrophy.
Western Australians living with muscular dystrophy face daily challenges – their muscles waste away and steal their independence, they are confined to electric wheelchairs because they can no longer walk and each day, it becomes more difficult for them to breathe.
There is no cure for muscular dystrophy, but there is hope. Right now, Muscular Dystrophy WA and the Perth-based Australian Neuromuscular Research Institute are on the verge of groundbreaking clinical trials that could change, and literally save, the lives of boys diagnosed with Duchenne – the most common and severe form of muscular dystrophy.
Please help us help those with this devastating disease and RIDE FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN’T.
Together, we WILL beat muscular dystrophy.
P.S. You can still fundraise without joining the Ride For Someone Who Can’t Team, it’s as easy as creating a fundraising page and sending it out to your networks.