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Break the Boundary Perth Hills Adaptive Mountain Biking Trail Hub Disability

Australia’s First Adaptive MTB and Trail Walking Hub

On the 4th of October 2019, Break the Boundary Inc. with all it's supporters, donors, sponsors and the local community came together on a rainy day to celebrate the official opening of a 10-month long community project that has exceeded all possible odds! As the name...

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“Keen as, Bro” – Liam Keenan

Perspective from a team supporter By Lee Riethmuller from Rocksy Handcycles This time last week I was standing on the top of Skyline, NZ, holding the handlebars of Liam Keenan’s $20k NZD highly modified adaptive mountain bike, while he got ready to race. And race he did – in...

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2018 Christmas Edition NEWSLETTER

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KMBC 2018 Margaret River Muster

This year BTB decided to join the Kalamunda MTB Collective in their annual Margaret River Muster at the RAC Margaret River Nature Park (formerly Wharncliffe Mills). This is the first time in KMBC’s 5 year history of running the event that adaptive riders have taken...

Cape to Cape MTB – A Support Riders Perspective

By Richard King Sometimes life changes. As a former business owner in a trade down-turn; I left to support my loving partner’s career. While Helen went off to work in the Navy, I remained home – a stay at home Dad. What to do with myself? I was...

Cape to Cape MTB 2016 – The Toughest Yet

With experience, most things in life become easier to manage – this year’s Cape to Cape MTB wasn’t one of those things. Adversity – It’s more than just a buzz word! With just over 190kms of terrain to handcycle across, it’s not an easy task for anyone,...

Off Road Handcycling with a Doggy Twist – Mushing

I sometimes get asked “If I could be cured of my paralysis and walk again, would I take it?”. It’s a tough question because the answer varies depending on the details of the hypothetical and where my head-space is at the time of the question....