AusCycling is the National Sporting Organisation responsible for the development, facilitation and growth of all forms of cycling in Australia, formed by an amalgamation of Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA), BMX Australia (BMXA) and Cycling Australia (CA) and the 15 State Sporting Organisations (SSO's).
Established in November 2020, AusCycling is uniquely positioned to represent the sport for the future and to provide enhanced services to clubs, riders, officials and volunteers.
AusCycling currently represents over 54,000 members and 400 cycling clubs across BMX Racing, BMX Freestyle, Cyclo-Cross, Esports, Mountain Bike, Para-Cycling, Road, Track and Lifestyle (recreational and commuter) riders throughout Australia forming one of Australia’s largest cycling communities. Representing all levels of the sport from grassroots to high performance.
Our vision is to unlock cycling’s potential, advocate for riders’ safety, establish strong club communities and make all forms of cycling accessible to everyone.
As the national administrative body responsible for the sport of cycling in Australia, AusCycling is recognised by:
The international accreditation enables AusCycling to be the conduit to bidding for hosting rights to world championship in all disciplines (as an example, the Road World Championships to be conducted in Wollongong in 2022), as well as partner on bids for Commonwealth and Olympic Games (such as the 2032 Brisbane Olympics bid).
In addition, this infrastructure is complementary to winning hosting rights to National Championship events, this further drives an economic agenda through major event acquisition, tourism outcomes and jobs creation.