We are trying to create a team culture where everyone can learn, and develop their riding. As such all riders will be expected to sign a Jump N Pump team pledge which will include the following key commitments:

•           Arrive at sessions prepared and with a positive attitude;
•           Commit to training as agreed with the coach;
•           To put school work and grades before riding;
•           Always race to the best of their current abilities;
•           Treat coaches and other team members with the appropriate courtesy and respect;
•           Support and help other team members and assist coaches where required; 
•           Treat property (their own and others) with respect and due consideration of its value;
•           Respect the rules and laws of the places they visit;
•           Uphold the standing and reputation of the team, and ride/race whenever possible in Jump N Pump Nation kit;
•           Not misuse provided property or funds belonging to another party
•           Observe and comply with the Anti Doping Rules set out in the MTBA Doping Policy.​

Jump N Pump Nation are excited to be running a junior development team. The aim of the team is to “build a fun and friendly environment where junior riders can build both skills and fitness, with improved training and guidance, and assist them along their pathway to higher level riding and racing”.

We will be running two streams within the team, based around XC and Gravity (GE and DH).  There there will be crossover between the streams, and riders can train in both. It is  aimed at riders competing in the Under 17 and under 15 categories, but there will be no age limits so if riders feel that they can mix it at this level (and are younger) then we’d love to hear from them.

how does it work?


We will be running on average a skilled based group training session every month or so for both of the groups. They might be a bit sparse at times during the off season but ramp up before major competitions in the various discipline (such as for the WA XCO National round in January). These sessions will be hosted by our experienced coaches in that riding discipline and focus on developing key skills. They will be held at locations throughout Perth and the South West, including Kalamunda, Goat Farm, Wellington Mills, Pemberton, Margaret River and Linga Longa. They might be incorporated with a wider public skills session (to reduce costs) but they will generally be kept separate.

how do you apply?

What DOes It cOst?

Please complete and submit our online application form by clicking below: 

Please note numbers will be limited for the junior development team. Early successful applicants that request a trail style jersey will be able to get their team jerseys personalised for no extra cost.

What is the jump n pump NATION Junior development team?

If successful there will be a cost of $100 per rider to join. This will include a Jump N Pump Nation jersey (either XC or trail fit), which riders are expected to race and attend the group training sessions in.

The group sessions will aim to cover costs, and range from approximately $30 to $60 depending on location and whether shuttles are provided, ie a days shuttling at Wellington Mills will cost more than an XC ride at the Goatfarm. We will always aim to keep costs to a minimum and may ask parents/guardians to assist to help this. Please note for weekend camps away a dedicated adult will need to accompany junior team members for times outside of training sessions, (this can be shared). 

We are asking for all interested riders to apply to join the team, so we can get an idea as to whether they are suitably committed and will be the right fit. If successful, riders will gain access to the group training sessions (but at a minimal cost), fitness plans and general guidance from our team of experienced coaches. We will then meet/chat with each team member and work through their goals and the best way to help them achieve them.