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AusCycling Annual Membership Overview

The AusCycling Annual Membership products overview for 2021 is here. 

Freestyle

BMX Freestyle membership is for riders who wish to free-ride on a BMX bike at skate parks, local council approved facilities, BMXA sanctioned events and dirt/flat locations.

PLEASE NOTE: A BMX Freestyle membership is for Freestyle only. If you wish to participate in BMX RACING you will need an additional BMXA membership. 

4 Month – Freestyle

BMX Freestyle membership is for riders who wish to free-ride on a BMX bike at skate parks, local council approved facilities, BMXA sanctioned events and dirt/flat locations.

PLEASE NOTE: A BMX Freestyle membership is for Freestyle only. If you wish to participate in BMX RACING you will need an additional BMXA membership. 

Volunteer

free of charge membership for club volunteers, officials and coaches of all levels.

It provides public liability, professional indemnity and personal accident insurance cover. You must be 16-years or over to attain this membership.

MTBA /CA Upgrade (Add Value)

MTBA/CA members are able to join the sport of BMX through an add-value option to their current MTBA or CA licence.

This membership is for 12 months with BMX Australia.

International Memberships

An International Rider Membership allows overseas riders to become members of BMXA so they can enter a BMX Australia event.

Sprocket Rocket

Looking to keep your Sprocket ACTIVE? The fan favourite Sprocket Rocket Handbook is back and has been revamped to ensure that the future stars of the sport can begin their journey with the best skills…

Club Coaching Course Practical Assessments have now arrived!

The second component of the club coaching course is now here!

New to BMX?

BMX is one of the fastest growing sports in Australia. It is one of the only sports where total family participation can take place. Riders of all ages (from 2 to 50+) can compete in…

BMX Australia Member Update #3 on Transition to AusCycling

With October 1 fast approaching, here is an update on what’s going on behind the scenes in the AusCycling transition process.