BMX Australia Rules and Policies









BMX Australia Limited Constitution  (updated 28 July 2018)

Disciplinary By-Laws  (13 March 2018)

BMXA Privacy Policy


BMXA Event Refund Policy – Effective 1 Jan 2018  (amended June 4)

BMXA Transponder Hire Policy (effective 1 January 2018)

BMXA Qualification to National Championships Policy(effective 1 January 2018)

BMXA Anti Doping Policy (effective 10 August 2020)

Anti Doping Policy changes Fact Sheet (effective 10 August 2020)

BMX Australia Integrity Gaming Match Fixing Policy

BMXA Event Photography Approval Process – (Effective  1 Jan 2019)


BMXA Inclusion Policy  – Effective 16 June 2020

BMXA Member Protection Policy (updated 3 July 2019)

BMXA Concussion Policy – Effective 21st April 2017

BMXA Social Media Policy – Updated 30Nov2018

BMXA World Championship Elite-Junior Rider Funding Policy (effective 1 January 2018)

BMXA Helmet Policy (Updated 8th of April 2019)

BMXA Child Safety Policy – (Effective July 2019)


BMXA Concussion Policy

Coaching Policy 8m Start Hill

BMXA International Coach Policy

Coaching Accreditation Levels – Skills Permitted to Teach

Coaches Code of Behaviour

Duty of Care – Coaches


Officials Code of Behaviour

Club Officials Manual

State Officials Manual

Guidelines for Club Training/Gate Sessions 

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UCI Track Guidelines

Start Hill Policy (updated 10 March)

BMX Australia Lighting Policy – 2018

BMX Australia Pump Track Policy – July 2016 (updated September 2018)

Guidelines for Club Training/Gate Sessions

National and International Rules and Policies

WADA Prohibited List – 2019

WADA Iphone Application

For further information on WADA lists and other policies visit the WADA website.


UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) – International body that governs competitive cycling for all disciplines.

ASADA (Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority) – Is the Australian Government Agency responsible for testing, education and advocacy as well as investigation and enforcement. ASADA also incorporates the functions of the Australian Sports Drug Medical Advisory Committee (ASDMAC)

WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) Publish and maintains the ‘Prohibited List’ which is an international standard identifying substances and methods prohibited in-competition, out-of-competition, and in particular sports.