All clubs affiliated with AusCycling will be provided with insurance cover.
To access your club's certificate of currency, please click here.
Yes, your club can change your club fees. This will be updated by one of the staff members of the Member Services Team, and they will confirm with you once this has been updated.
The cost of affiliating with AusCycling is determined by the number of financial Primary club members within each club.
For details, please see www.auscycling.org.au/membership/other/affiliation
Yes. Updates and information regarding the transition to AusCycling for all members and clubs will be provided regularly and will be circulated via EDMs as well as being posted on the AusCycling website and the websites of BMXA, MTBA and CA and associated social media channels.
The Club Committee can control and determine who will administer access to their club account and member data.
Details on how to do this will be provided to one or more current committee members.
Yes, clubs from a ‘No’ state can affiliate with AusCycling. To do so they should fill out the NEW Club Affiliation Form (yellow button) at www.auscycling.org.au/club-affiliation
Other clubs who are interested in joining AusCycling (eg. Veterans, BUGS, and similar) are welcome to apply for club affiliation using the same process.
(For all Race Licences (Off-Road & All Discipline) there is an AusCycling Fee plus a Club Fee).
For example: Adult All-Discipline Licence & Club Fee (Paid in Full at time of purchase)
AusCycling All Discipline Licence = $250
Plus club fee (say $25) + $ 25 (This fee is determined by the club)
Total membership to pay = $275 (*)
AusCycling will collect the full $275 at time of purchasing or renewal and then pay the club fee directly to the club (e.g $25)
AusCycling requires volunteers and members who work with children or who may have unsupervised access to children to obtain a WWCC.
Generally, this would mean that in AusCycling disciplines and clubs, where it is more likely that children U18 are involved ie BMX, non-member volunteers should obtain a WWCC. A club should apply a reasonableness test but in all cases should err on the side of ensuring a volunteer has a WWCC, rather than does not.
Where it is determined that a WWCC is not needed, it is suggested that the volunteer is asked to sign Attachment CI: Member Protection Declaration (p3, Part C of the Aus Cycling Members Protection Policy – click here) and the declaration is kept on file by the Club.