Differences between an International Licence and a UCI ID
A UCI ID is required to participate (as a rider or official) in any cycling race that appears on the UCI Calendar (UCI Calendar Events) - including events both in Australia and overseas. This includes Elite, J19 and Para-cycling National Championships, with the exception of UCI Criteriums and Gran Fondo Qualifiers.
Individuals also require an International Licence to participate in all overseas UCI Calendar Events (general exceptions may apply) and a limited number of UCI Calendar events in Australia. You will need to pay a fee to be able to obtain your International Licence.
To obtain these, please click HERE
Do I receive a Physical Card for my UCI Licence this year?
A digital membership card is a customised card that you will receive once payment has been processed on your International licence application. This Year the UCI license is digital so no physical card will be sent out.
Digital membership card QR code specification
Both the Apple Wallet and Google Pay versions of the digital membership card contain a QR code that is encoded with the same information. The following information is available on the QR code: Member Number First Name Last Name Date of Birth ...
TidyHQ Account and Contact Profile Differences Explained
People are busy. They like to do lots of different stuff all of the time. TidyHQ want people to be able to connect with all their different groups around the place and know what’s going on, when it’s going on. That’s why TidyHQ created a single place ...
Role Definitions & Membership Requirements
Event Volunteers Anyone who undertakes and helps at an event in a range of roles which do not require specific accreditation does not require an AusCycling membership. Examples of such roles are: course marshall, commentator, canteen, track setup ...
What scanner is recommended to read QR Codes?
AusCycling members have an individual digital licence, which can be downloaded by following the instructions HERE. In some cases, these digital licenses will be able to be scanned by a scoring/event system. A scanner that can successfully read ...