SHIRE of Mundaring is gearing up for the second Trek the Trail event in 2016 following a successful cycle event on the weekend.
Shire President David Lavell said there was a great turn out on Sunday 28 August.
"We had people travel from all over Perth to cycle up to 20km from Darlington to Mundaring and back," he said.
"It was fantastic to see people across all age brackets tackle a hilly section of the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail and we got some great feedback from participants about the new format.
"Rock and Roll Mountain Biking operated a skills clinic outside Darlington Hall and Andrew Liddawi from Break the Boundary chatted to participants about hand cycling."
The next Trek the Trail event runs on Sunday 11 September. Cr Lavell said the 6km run would start in Mundaring Community Sculpture Park at 8am.
"The course runs from Mundaring to Mahogany Creek and return and should be a nice flat run," he said.
"Parking is available on Jacoby Street and Phillips Road, with participants able to enjoy the Mundaring Sunday Markets after their run.
"We look forward to seeing the cyclists return to take part in the next Trek and going in the draw to win a $2000 bike by completing in all three events. There are also a number of prizes on offer for all participants, including a colouring competition for children."
For more information visit www.trekthetrail.com.au