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Be one of the first to ride the 1,000km Munda Biddi Epic

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WA's Munda Biddi Trail Epic 1000, longest continuous mountain bike route in the world. Cycle Traveller.

UPDATE: The Munda Biddi Trail foundation has announced that all places for the inaugural Munda Biddi Epic have now been filled. However, don't let that stop you – you can ride the trail whenever you like!

Applications to be one of the first to ride Western Australia's 1,000km Munda Biddi Trail end to end are open, but you'll have to be quick if you want your name to go down in the history books – there are only 24 spaces and spots are filling fast.

The completed Munda Biddi Trail is set to open in February, becoming the world's longest 'continuous' mountain bike trail, with the inaugural Munda Biddi Epic 1000 set to take place shortly after.

The ride starts in Mundaring north of Perth on April 6, 2013, travelling south for 22 days on the way down to the beautiful coastal town of Albany, running through some spectacular scenery on the way.

The trail is unique in that it has purpose built campsites and shelters built every 50-60km. The fully supported ride will cost $3,465 and includes three meals a day (except when staying in towns and on rest days), camping and accommodation, your name on the honour roll and an official Masters of the Munda Biddi Trail jersey.

More information is available on the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation website.

Image: Munda Biddi Trail Foundation.