Hundreds of riders rolled out for the 2021 Act Belong Commit Dwellingup 100 on Saturday.
The wet weather didn’t dampen the spirits of more than 1250 riders that turned out to tackle the trails around the town of Dwellingup.
Riders and runners competed in four different races ranging from 15 to 100 kilometres.
Deegan Fort, 13, was one of the first Dwellingup Bush Riders to finish the 15km Joey race in just 53 minutes.
Member for Murray-Wellington Robyn Clarke said the event brings the community together and puts the region on display.
“It’s an amazing event that brings riders and runners from the entire state together to tackle the trails in beautiful Dwellingup,” she said.
“The event brings the entire community together and cements the reputation that Dwellingup is one of the top tourist destinations to visit in WA.
“I am proud again to be a sponsor for the Dwellingup Bush Rider team this year and to be able to help a young rider put some money towards a new bike.”