AusCycling | Host An Event | BMX Racing

Host An Event | BMX Racing

There are seven (7) different levels of BMX events that can be hosted:

  • International (UCI Event)
  • National Championships (Platinum Event)
  • National Series (Gold Event)
  • State/Territory Championships (Silver Event)
  • State/Territory Series (Silver Event)
  • Interclub Events (Bronze Event)
  • Club Events

 

Please find information below on hosting the different level BMX events:

What is the National Series?

The National Series is made up of six (6) national level rounds, that are hosted around Australia each year.

For further information on the BMX National Series please click here.

How to apply to host a National Series Event?

AusCycling utilises an Expression of Interest (EOI) process, where clubs can apply to host a round(s) of the National Series. 

The EOI process for 2022 is now closed.

Further information on the process and timelines for the 2023 EOI Process will be available in 2022.

National Series Host Club Guide

AusCycling have developed a National Series Host Club Guide, to assist clubs who are hosting a National Series Round in 2022.

National Series Host Club Guide

What are the State/Territory Championships?

The State/Territory Championships are the premier and last BMX State/Territory level event held in each State/Territory each year.

For further information on the BMX State/Territory Championships please click here.

How to apply to host a State/Territory Championships?

AusCycling utilises an Expression of Interest (EOI) process, where clubs can apply to host a State/Territory Championships. 

The EOI process for 2022 is now closed.

Further information on the process and timelines for the 2023 EOI Process will be available in 2022.

State/Territory Championships Host Club Guide

AusCycling have developed a State/Territory Championships Host Club Guide, to assist clubs who are hosting a State/Territory Championships in 2022.

State/Territory Championships Host Club Guide

What is the State/Territory Series?

The State/Territory Series is is made up of a series of rounds held within each State/Territory each year. 

For further information on the BMX State/Territory Series please click here.

How to apply to host a State/Territory Series?

AusCycling utilises an Expression of Interest (EOI) process, where clubs can apply to host a round of their State/Territory Series. 

The EOI process for 2022 is now closed.

Further information on the process and timelines for the 2023 EOI Process will be available in 2022.

State/Territory Series Host Club Guide

AusCycling have developed a State/Territory Series Host Club Guide, to assist clubs who are hosting a State/Territory Series round in 2022.

State/Territory Series Host Club Guide

What is a Bronze Level Event?

  • An event involving multiple clubs.
  • An open event that is not part of the State/Territory or National Series.

    Please click here for a comparison between Bronze and Club Level Events.

    How to apply to host a Bronze Level Event?

    All Club's wishing to host a Bronze Level Event must complete the Application Form - BMX Bronze Level Events. Applications should be submitted at least six (6) weeks prior to the commencement of the event, unless exempted by AusCycling.

    An initial application period will take place for Bronze Level Events each year after the confirmation of the calendar of International, Platinum, Gold and Silver level events.

    AusCycling will review all applications submitted during this initial application period and where more than one (1) club from the same region are seeking to host on the same date the following process will be used to determine priority:

    • The BMX Date Protection Table
    • Historical Dates: Any club who has hosted previously on the date provided will be provided priority.
    • AusCycling Assessment: Assessment of AusCycling based on other events in the calendar.

    After the close of the initial application period, a club can still apply to host a Bronze Level Event at any time, with events allocated on a first come, first served basis.

    Upon submission of your application, you will receive a confirmation email containing a submission receipt. Upon approval, you will receive an invoice, endorsement letter and certificate of currency confirming your insurance coverage. This certificate of currency is only valid if your invoice is paid in full.

    Clubs wishing to host a Bronze Level Event must ensure that they meet the minimum standards relating to the Technical Guide, Officials and Medical, as outlined in the AusCycling Organisers Guide (BMX Racing Specific).

    Key Dates for 2022 Bronze Level Event Applications:

    • The 2022 Initial Application Period is from 10 November through to 14 January 2022.
    • The outcome of any application submitted during the initial application period will be communicated by AusCycling to the host club/s by 31 January 2022, and added to the events displayed on the AusCycling website.
    • Assessment of applications submitted after the initial application period (from 15 January), will be reviewed by AusCycling on a weekly basis, commencing from the week of 31 January 2022 (e.g. if you submit your application on 15 January, your application will not be assessed until the week of 31 January).
    • Please Note: Any events due to be hosted in January or early February will be reviewed and the outcome provided earlier than the date listed above.

    Bronze Event Host Club Guide

    AusCycling have developed a Bronze Event Host Club Guide, to assist clubs who are interested in or hosting a Bronze Level Event..

    Bronze Host Club Guide

    What is a Club Level Event?

    • An event that is generally marketed to members of the host club.
    • Examples of Club Level Events include regular club racing (weekly or bi-weekly), a club event predominantly involving only members of the host club or a race event that is part of a club series.

    Please click here for a comparison between Bronze and Club Level Events.

    Clubs must ensure that their club event does not conflict with any date restrictions in place for other events (refer to the BMX Date Protection Table), and that it meet the minimum standards relating to Officials and Medical, as outlined in the AusCycling Organisers Guide (BMX Racing Specific).


    Other Resources

    AusCycling have a number of other resources available to clubs who are interested in hosting events. Please click here to view other resources.

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