Member Policies

Member Protection Policy

BMX Australia (BMXA) is committed to the health, safety and general well-being of all its members and supporters. BMXA is dedicated to providing a safe, friendly and prosperous environment for members and providers participating in any BMXA activities.

Our organisation greatly values the social and cultural significance of sport for individuals and for the community. We all have the right to enjoy our sport, at whichever level and in whatever capacity we participate.

As an organisation, we are determined to be a leader in ensuring harassment-free and non- discriminatory practices are implemented for the diverse range of all our riders, coaches, officials, administrators, volunteers and supporters.

This policy is supported by Member Protection Policies that have been adopted and implemented by our member associations and affiliated clubs.

Please download our Member Protection Policy via the PDF link below:

BMXA Member Protection Policy    (updated 7 July 2017)

To contact a BMX Australia Member Protection Officer (MPIO) , please contact our office:

Phone: 02 9008 1300



BMX Australia Limited Constitution  (updated 30 August 2014)

Disciplinary By-Laws  (updated 13 March 2018)

Member Related

BMXA Member Protection Policy (updated 7 July 2017)

BMXA Concussion Policy – Effective 21st April 2017


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


BMXA Event Refund Policy (effective 1 January 2018)

BMXA Transponder Hire Policy (effective 1 January 2018)

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

Anti Doping Policy (effective 1 January 2015)

BMX Australia Integrity Gaming Match Fixing Policy


Equipment and Facilities

Helmet Policy – (Updated July 2018)

BMX Australia Track Guidelines Final (updated 1st  January 2015)

Start Hill Policy (updated 10 March)

BMX Australia Lighting Policy – 2018

BMXA Club Pump Track Policy (updated 18 July 2016)

National and International Rules and Policies

WADA Prohibited List

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-Doing 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.