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2022 Cycling BC Memberships Available Now

Not sure what type of membership licence you need? Find out here.

Choose the type of 2022 membership licence to meet your needs

Cycling for All Membership Provincial RACE License UCI Race Licence UCI Technical Licence
Participate in registered club activities and instructional clinics
Try racing in Open, Novice or Category 5 races *
Participate in fondos, charity rides or mass participation events sanctioned by Cycling BC
Race in Cycling BC sanctioned races
Compete in National Championships and nationally sanctioned races including downhill and cross-country Canada Cup events**
Compete in UCI road events (e.g. Gastown Grand Prix, Whitespot Delta Road Race)
Work as a commissaire, coach, team manager, soigneur, organizer, mechanic, caravan driver, agent. ***

A 10% family discount will be applied to families purchasing licences for a minimum of one adult and two children (under 19) who are all living in the same household.

Price will be adjusted at check-out on CCN.
All Memberships are valid until Dec 31, 2022.

Adult 80 Adult 120 Youth 75 12 and under 65 13 – 16 years 80 17 – 22 years 140 23 and older 165 90****

Membership licence requirements

  • All memberships are valid until December 31st of the year they were purchased.
  • All members must reside in British Columbia for 6+ months of the calendar year in order to be eligible for a licence.
  • All members must be covered under a federal or provincial hospital or medical plan.
  • A passport-style photo of the licence holder (for UCI Race licences only). If you have registered for your licence, but have yet to upload your photo, click here to do so. Your licence will not be issued until a suitable photo has been uploaded.
  • All members must sign a waiver. This is done through the online registration process. For riders under 19 years of age, a parent/guardian must sign the electronic waiver.
  • All members must choose a primary discipline (BMX- Bicycle Moto Cross | CX- Cyclo-Cross | DH- Downhill | XC- Cross-Country | Road | Track) and select all other disciplines in which they plan to race.
  • Important note for all UCI Athletes over 35 years old: A master athlete may not change their UCI category as indicated on their license at any point during the season. However, unless competing in UCI events, our Cycling BC guidelines allow masters riders to choose what category they wish to compete in for all non-UCI events.

Additional information

* If offered by a race organizer

** National Events will often have dual-sanctions. Championship and Cup categories will be administered by Cycling Canada/UCI and require a UCI race license. Non-championship (“sport” or “challenge”) categories will be administered by Cycling BC and Provincial Race License will be accepted. Refer to the event tech guide before your event for event specific license requirements.

*** Must have the appropriate credentials to register for a number of technical licence categories

  • Coaches must have completed training and/or certification as an NCCP cycling coach.
  • Commissaires must have completed training and passed evaluation at the appropriate level.
  • Drivers must have successfully completed Cycling Canada’s online Caravan Driver Training.

**** Anyone purchasing a technical licence in addition to a BC or UCI licence will only pay one licence fee, whichever is greater.

Do you need to verify the membership or licence status of a racer or club rider? Use the Cycling BC Member Lookup Tool.

Note: UCI licence ability categories are NOT CONFIRMED unless the licence status is listed as ‘Issued’.

2022 Cycling BC Memberships available now

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By becoming a Cycling BC member you're not only protecting yourself with insurance during rides and races but you're also supporting the development of cycling at all levels.

Cycling BC supports the development of events, athletes, officials, coaches, clubs, and youth cycling. Your membership grows the sport and strengthens the voice for cycling in BC.