AusCycling | AusCycling unveils 2023 National Championship calendar

AusCycling unveils 2023 National Championship calendar


AusCycling is excited to confirm the dates and locations for all 2023 AusCycling National Championship events, with four different states and one territory hosting events in BMX, mountain bike, cyclo-cross, gravel, road, track, para-cycling and trials.

Thredbo Mountain Bike Park, in the heart of Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales’ Snowy Mountains, returns to host AusCycling’s Mountain Bike National Championships for the first time since 2002.

Cross-country, downhill, trials and pump track national titles will be fought out at the world-class summer and winter alpine resort from February 9-18 and will run in conjunction with the iconic Cannonball MTB Festival.

The rapidly growing Gravity Enduro National Championships will be split over two weekends to accommodate larger fields in 2023, with junior categories first to hit Victoria’s Red Hill from October 7-8, followed by elite, U21 and masters categories from October 14-15.

National titles for BMX Freestyle will be decided from March 24-25 at the Gold Coast Sports Precinct.

Shepparton will play host to the BMX Racing Championships from October 31-November 5 as AusCycling’s curtain closer to the 2023 National Championships calendar.

The 2023 AusCycling Elite, J19 and Para Track National Championships return as a standalone event and will run from March 15-19. The 2023 Junior (J17/15) Track National Championships will take place from April 11-14, and the 2023 Masters Track National Championships from April 13-16.

The Sharp EIT Junior Track Series will integrate two National Championships (Madison: Melbourne, Omnium: Adelaide) for J17 riders.


All three major AusCycling Track National Championship events will be held at Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane, Queensland as part of the Brisbane Cycling Festival.

The Federation University AusCycling Road National Championships return to the home of the summer of cycling in Ballarat after a successful campaign in 2022.

Ballarat will also host the Cyclo-cross National Championships in August while The Devil’s Cardigan in Derby, Tasmania, will set the scene for the 2023 Gravel National Championships in June.

AusCycling Executive General Manager – Sport, Kipp Kaufmann said he was pleased to confirm so many National Championships in such a variety of disciplines for 2023.

"We look forward to having events in so many new and previously proven locations," Kaufmann said.


Further, detailed information on all the events below will be released in due course.

2023 AusCycling National Championships calendar


  • BMX Freestyle: Gold Coast, QLD: March 24-25
  • BMX Racing: Shepparton, VIC: October 31 – November 5

Mountain Bike

  • Cross Country, DH, Trials, Pump Track: Thredbo, NSW - February 9-18
  • Gravity Enduro: Red Hill, VIC – October 7-8 (Junior), October 14-15 (Elite, U21 and Masters)
  • XCM – Wagga Wagga, NSW – May 21*
  • 24 Hour Armidale, NSW – November 4-5

*date subject to final confirmation


  • Cyclo-cross: Ballarat, Victoria – August 19-20


  • Gravel (as part of The Devil’s Cardigan): Derby, Tasmania – June 24


  • Elite, U23, J19, Para-cycling, Club, Gran Fondo: Ballarat, VIC - January 6-10
    • Friday 6 – Criterium
    • Saturday 7 – Road Race – J19, M23, Gran Fondo,
    • Sunday 8 – Road Race – Para-cycling, Elite Women / Under 23 Women, Elite Men
    • Monday 9 – Time Trial – Club Team, J19
    • Tuesday 10 – Time Trial – Elite Men, Elite Women, Masters, Para, U23
  • Junior (J17/15) and Masters: Shepparton, VIC - September 21-24


  • Omnium / Madison (Elite/J19): Melbourne, VIC - December 16-17
  • J17 Madison (as part of the Sharp EIT Junior Track Series – Melbourne): December 16
  • Elimination (Elite): Launceston, TAS – December 28
  • J17 Omnium (as part of the Sharp EIT Junior Track Series – Adelaide): January 11
  • Elite/J19/Para: Brisbane, QLD – March 15-19
  • Junior (J17/15): Brisbane, QLD – April 11-14
  • Masters: Brisbane, QLD – April 13-16

Pictures: John Veage and Matt Rousu

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