The Belmont Area Mountain Bike Association (BAMBA) was established in 2009 as an incorporated society (later becoming a charitable trust) to promote the interests of mountain bikers and other recreational users of the Belmont Regional Park.
The purpose of BAMBA is to:
- Advocate the interests of mountain bikers with in the Belmont Regional Park.
- Liaise with the Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC), Friend of Belmont Regional Park (FoBRP), and other interested parties.
- Establish, maintain, enhance, and preserve mountain biking and multi-use trails, while minimizing environmental impact.
- Ensure continued access to existing trails with a view to extend access to other areas of the park.
- Maintain a long term view of the trail requirements as part of the Trail Network Plan.
About Belmont Regional Park
Belmont Regional Park covers 3500 hectares of hills and valleys between Porirua and Hutt Valley, including the 1200 hectare Waitangirua Farm. Points of interest within the park include: Korokoro Dam, World War II ammunition magazines, and part of the original Old Coach Road. Spectacular views of the park and beyond are on offer from several peaks including Boulder Hill, Round Knob, Cannons Head, and Belmont Trig.
While BAMBA does not have formal membership we welcome any party to approach us with help in any way. The best place for the most up to date information about trail building schedule, meetings, and other events is to follow our Facebook page, or contact us at email@example.com.