Welcome to the Munda Biddi trail in Western Australia... We have great trails, beautiful natural backdrops that change daily, nice purpose built camping huts and charming towns to resupply along your journey... It also has flowing single track, switch back climbs and descents, gravel roads, quite back country sealed roads, emus, kangaroos, pigs, hail, more hail, rain, puddles, sunshine, great mates (BYO), mountains, coastline, beer, huge karri tree forests, -3 degree sleep outs, single speed conversions (Gotta earn these) and lots of K's.
Enjoy my photo montage in no particular order.
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation
Alee Denham - Cycling About
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Once that air has been let out, they are comfy. On the rough bitumen roads I smiled and wondered how I have ridden the kilometres I have without these tyres or wheel size. There was no jarring or discomfort felt in the hands through the handlebars. By the end of the series I had no issues ie: numb hands or fingers A lot can be said for the bike (Curve Cycling GXR – Kevin of Steel) and setup/posture as well. The tyres provided a comfortable ride but not so comfortable as to give you the feeling of being delicate. Instead they give you a feeling of confidence and reliability.
Friend of Curve, Ali Jones, took Kevin of Steel for a solo spin down the centre of Tasmania. What she found was not picture perfect national parks, but small towns, warm conversations, and a blissful, tired satisfaction brought on by long summer days mastering gravel climbs and descents.