In order to support the growth of cycling events throughout the province, we offer several levels for event sanctioning and registration. These levels are designed to provide options for organizers and riders: from local grassroots series, to mass-participation fondos, all the way to the provincial, national, and international level events, drawing professional cyclists from across the province and around the world.
All organizers interested in hosting a registered or sanctioned Cycling BC event should submit an expression of interest form for review.
Please contact Cory Ostertag at [email protected] for information about sanctioning/registering your event for 2020.
Cycling BC sanctioning is an official designation approving and licensing cycling events in the province of British Columbia consistent with UCI and Cycling Canada rules and regulations. Organizers who sanction their events with Cycling BC are committed to following the rules and regulations of the sport, to fair play, and to providing a safe environment for racers and spectators alike. As leaders in the community, organizers, clubs, volunteers, and race officials are working together to grow the sport of cycling in our province through sanctioned events.
Sanctioned races are split into three levels: A, AA, and AAA. Click here for more details.
Only events hosted by Cycling BC affiliated clubs and organizers are eligible for sanctioning. Membership in Cycling BC is required by all participants in Cycling BC sanctioned events. Membership is available by virtue of an annual Ride or Race license as well as 1 event licenses (if applicable for your event).
The following steps are required in order to sanction or register your event:
Note – Please be aware that you may be required to prepare an Emergency Action Plan (EAP), a list of permitting parties (landowners, municipalities, provincial agencies, etc.) and a map of road closures if applicable. If you are serving alcohol at your event we will also require a copy of your liquor license.
In order to support further growth of grassroots level racing in the province, organizers may choose to register, rather than sanction, their events. Registered events are run following best practices, and have fewer restrictions placed on categories and equipment regulations, in order to provide a more accessible entry point into racing for those new to the sport.
Registered events are split into two types: Grassroots, and Mass Participation. Click here for more details.
|# of races||A – Local Level||AA – Provincial Level||AAA – National/International Level||Grassroots & instructional Clinics (max 50 riders)||Charity Events||Mass Participation
(per person fees)
|Club Accredited||Cycling BC Sponsored|
|1 to 3 races||$75 per race||$250 per race||$360 per race||$550 per race||$35 per race||$200 Flat fee||<100 riders = $3 pp|
|4-8 races||$45 per race||$180 per race||$270 per race||$25 per race||100-199 riders = $2.75 pp|
|9-14 races||$35 per race||$135 per race||$180 per race||$20 per race||200-399 riders = $2.50 pp|
|15+ races||$550 Flat fee||$350 Flat fee||400+ riders = $2.25 pp|