Cycling Australia Online Membership HQ

2017 MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES

Whether you want to race, ride or just be a part of the action we have a membership for all Australian cyclists

Please browse through our our membership categories below to find the best one for you, find a club to join and then follow the links to join online. If you're already a member please recheck your category before you renew online.

Cycling Australia offers four membership categories to suit racers, riders, officials, volunteers and those who just want to support the sport of cycling.

 

Ride Basic

$60

Ride+

from $99

Race

from $228

Non-riding

from $34

Access to slub, state and national races.

-

-

Y

-

Ability to affiliate with a cycling club^

-

Y

Y Y

Access to club rides and resources

-

Y

Y

Y

Coverage of non-Medicare medical expenses (e.g. physio, dental)

-

Y

Y

-

24/7 Third party property damage

Y

Y

Y

-

24/7 Third party personal injury

Y

Y

Y

-

24/7 Professional Indemnity Insurance*

-

Y

Y

Y

Income protection**

-

Y

Y

-

Support grassroot cycling

Y

Y

Y

Y

Advocacy for safer riding conditions around Australia

Y

Y

Y

Y

Member only eNews updates

Y

Y

Y

Y

Family discount available

Y

Y

Y

Y

Discounts for current, BMXA, MTBA and Triathlon Australia members#

 -  -

Y

 -

 

*Excluding sanctioned race environment

**Disclaimer: 85% of your normal wage or $500AUD per week whichever is lower

^Not available on Ride Basic in all States and Territories

#To receive your discount as a Triathlon Australia member or MTBA members, please get in touch on 03 9998 6810 or membership@cycling.org.au

2017 MEMBERSHIP AGE CATERGORIES

 

Y.O.B.

Category

Age 2017

 

Y.O.B.

Category

Age 2017

             
2014 Kids 3   1977 Mens/Womens Masters 3 40
2013 Kids 4   1976 Mens/Womens Masters 3 41
2012 Kids 5   1975 Mens/Womens Masters 3 42
2011 Kids 6   1974 Mens/Womens Masters 3 43
2010 Kids 7   1973 Mens/Womens Masters 3 44
2009 Junior U/9/Kids 8        
        1972 Mens/Womens Masters 4 45
2008 Junior U/11/Kids 9   1971 Mens/Womens Masters 4 46
2007 Junior U/11/Kids 10   1970 Mens/Womens Masters 4 47
        1969 Mens/Womens Masters 4 48
2006 Jnr U/13 Boys/Girls/Kids 11   1968 Mens/Womens Masters 4 49
2005 Jnr U/13 Boys/Girls/Kids 12        
        1967 Mens/Womens Masters 5 50
2004 Jnr U/15 Men/Wom./RideJnr 13   1966 Mens/Womens Masters 5 51
2003 Jnr U/15 Men/Wom./RideJnr 14   1965 Mens/Womens Masters 5 52
        1964 Mens/Womens Masters 5 53
2002 Jnr U/17 Men/Wom/Ride Jnr 15   1963 Mens/Womens Masters 5 54
2001 Jnr U/17 Men/Wom/Ride Jnr 16        
        1962 Mens/Womens Masters 6 55
2000 Jnr U/19 Men/Wom/Ride Jnr 17   1961 Mens/Womens Masters 6 56
1999 Jnr U/19 Men/Wom/Ride Jnr 18   1960 Mens/Womens Masters 6 57
        1959 Mens/Womens Masters 6 58
1998 U23 Men 19   1958 Mens/Womens Masters 6 59
1997 U23 Men 20        
1996 U23 Men 21   1957 Mens/Womens Masters 7 60
1995 U23 Men 22   1956 Mens/Womens Masters 7 61
        1955 Mens/Womens Masters 7 62
1998 Elite Women 19   1954 Mens/Womens Masters 7 63
1997 Elite Women 20   1953 Mens/Womens Masters 7 64
1996 Elite Women 21        
1995 Elite Women 22        
        1952 Mens/Womens Masters 8 65
1994 Elite Men / Women 23   1951 Mens/Womens Masters 8 66
1993 Elite Men / Women 24   1950 Mens/Womens Masters 8 67
1992 Elite Men / Women 25   1949 Mens/Womens Masters 8 68
1991 Elite Men / Women 26   1948 Mens/Womens Masters 8 69
1990 Elite Men / Women 27        
1989 Elite Men / Women 28   1947 Mens/Womens Masters 9 70
1988 Elite Men / Women 29   1946 Mens/Womens Masters 9 71
        1945 Mens/Womens Masters 9 72
1987 Mens/Womens Masters 1 30   1944 Mens/Womens Masters 9 73
1986 Mens/Womens Masters 1 31   1943 Mens/Womens Masters 9 74
1985 Mens/Womens Masters 1 32        
1984 Mens/Womens Masters 1 33   1942 Mens/Womens Masters 10 75
1983 Mens/Womens Masters 1 34   1941 Mens/Womens Masters 10 76
        1940 Mens/Womens Masters 10 77
1982 Mens/Womens Masters 2 35   1939 Mens/Womens Masters 10 78
1981 Mens/Womens Masters 2 36   1938 Mens/Womens Masters 10 79
1980 Mens/Womens Masters 2 37   1937 Mens/Womens Masters 10 80
1979 Mens/Womens Masters 2 38     up to  
1978 Mens/Womens Masters 2 39   1917 Mens/Womens Masters 10 <100

 

UCI INTERNATIONAL RACING LICENCE

Members of Cycling Australia who want to participate in an International Cycling Union (UCI) class event overseas must purchase an International Licence.  If the UCI event is held in domestically (Australia) and you would like to accumulate UCI points you will need to purchase an International Licence to do so even if you already hold a Race Membership. An International Licence is only available to members who have a valid Race Membership with Cycling Australia. Applications must be submitted to Cycling Australia at least one month prior to the date of departure from Australia or the first event the licence is required for (whichever is earlier). Late applications will attract an additional processing fee.

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP


The family membership discount is 20% the total membership fee across the board.

To be eligible for a family discount in;

RIDE requires minimum 2 members either joining and/or renewing
RACE requires minimum 3 members either joining and/or renewing
A mix of RACE and RIDE requires minimum 4 members either joining and/or renewing
This remains a manual process through CA’s membership team or can be done manually at club level.

*Please note a family is recognised by CA as members living at the same address.

PARA-CYCLING


Para-cycling membership is available to those who have a classifiable disability under the guidelines of the IPC. To compete in a Cycling Australia sanctioned event a member must undergo classification by a qualified assessor.

Classification is an assessment process that groups athletes into classes to provide a fair competition. We also recommend Para-cyclists introduce themselves to a club official prior to racing - especially if it's their first competition.

 

The same discounted membership with Cycling Australia is available to people with a disability that falls outside of the Para-cycling Pathway (i.e. people who are hearing impaired or have an intellectual disability). Please note that support through the Para-cycling High Performance Program is not available due to these disability types not being included under the Paralympic Pathway.

 

To find out about programs and support for athletes who have other forms of disability please contact the Cycling Australia Sport Development Department. For more information about inclusive club practices for members with a disability or the classification process contact us.

NON-RIDING MEMBERSHIPS


Non-Riding membership is designed to recognise the contribution of the officials and administrators who work in the sport. It provides non-competitive membership for a minimal charge and includes 24/7 professional indemnity insurance cover plus a host of other benefits. This membership is renewable annually and covers the calendar year (1 January to 31 December 2017) in line with the International Cycling Union's (UCI) requirements. However licences purchased after 1 October are valid until December 31 2017 of the following year.

COACHING MEMBERSHIP


A Coaching membership falls under the Non Riding membership banner and must be purchased by coaches who do not hold a current Ride or Racing membership. This provides you with the relevant Professional Indemnity insurance for your coaching activities.

To take our a non-riding membership as a coach you must have these four things

  • A current First Aid qualification
  • Working with Children Check relevant to your State or Territory
  • Sign and abide the Cycling Australia instructor / coach code of behaviour
  • Non-riding membership

Please contact Cycling Australia if have any further question on coaching@cycling.org.au or membership@cycling.org.au


Please Note - Coaches and Non-Riding Members seeking personal accident insurance cover whilst on the bike should purchase a Ride Basic or a Ride+ membership.