AusCycling | 2022 Expressions of Interest

2022 Expressions of Interest

Please find below the process for Clubs and Event Organisers to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to host AusCycling events in 2022. The EOI process will close on Friday, 6 August 2021 and submissions after this date may not be considered.


BMX Racing

Any club wishing to host two rounds of the 2022 AusCycling BMX National Cup (Gold Round) is required to:

Clubs will be required to upload their completed Venue Information document and Event Agreement into the EOI Form. The EOI Form will also ask clubs to provide a proposed event budget. Please click here for a budget template that can assist.

Please Note the following:

  • The BMX Venue Information document will provide AusCycling with valuable information on each clubs venue and where the club may need additional support to deliver events.
  • Clubs are asked to complete as much of the BMX Venue Information document as they can, understanding that not all clubs will have all this information available. While it is desirable for us to have photos of various areas outlined within the document, we understand that clubs may not have all those and ask that you simply provide what you can. 

Any Club wishing to host the 2022 AusCycling BMX State/Territory Championships within their State/Territory is required to:

Clubs will be required to upload their completed Venue Information document and Event Agreement into the EOI Form. The EOI Form will also ask clubs to provide a proposed event budget. Please click here for a budget template to assist you.

Please Note the following:

  • The BMX State/Territory Championships for 2022 have already been allocated in Victoria and therefore the Victorian Championships are not open for EOIs. 
  • The Host Club Guide is in draft and will be finalised after the 2021 BMX State/Territory Championships have been completed. The draft should be used as a guide until this point and any Clubs who have been successful in the EOI process to host the 2022 BMX State/Territory Championships will be provided the finalised Host Club Guide.
  • The BMX Venue Information document will provide AusCycling with valuable information on each clubs venue and where the club may need additional support to deliver events.
  • Clubs are asked to complete as much of the BMX Venue Information document as they can, understanding that not all clubs will have all this information available. While it is desirable for us to have photos of various areas outlined within the document, we understand that clubs may not have all those and ask that you simply provide what you can. 

Any Club wishing to host a round in their State/Territory of the 2022 AusCycling BMX State/Territory Series is required to:

Clubs will be required to upload their completed Venue Information document and Event Agreement into the EOI Form. The EOI Form will also ask clubs to provide a proposed event budget. Please click here for a budget template to assist in preparing the budget.

The draft 2022 AusCycling BMX National Cup Series Regulations provide information on the event categories and entry fees, that the club should use when putting together its event budget. Please note that the series regulations document is currently a draft and is subject to change, prior to final release later this year. This document is provided as a guide to assist clubs with the budgeting process only.

Please Note the following:

  • The BMX Venue Information document will provide AusCycling with valuable information on each clubs venue and where the club may need additional support to deliver events.
  • Clubs are asked to complete as much of the BMX Venue Information document as they can, understanding that not all clubs will have all this information available. While it is desirable for us to have photos of various areas outlined within the document, we understand that clubs may not have all those and ask that you simply provide what you can. 

AusCycling held a webinar, to go through the EOI process for BMX Racing and answer any questions clubs had. 

Please see 2022 BMX EOI Information Session for a recording of this webinar.

Please see 2022 BMX EOI Information for the presentation that was used during this webinar.

Should you have any further questions on the 2022 BMX Racing EOI process, please email events@auscycling.org.au.


Mountain Bike

Any Clubs or Event Organisers who wish to host a 2022 MTB AusCycling MTB National Cup event (Gold/Silver/Bronze) or 2022 State/Territory Championships is required to:

  (Please note these are preliminary dates for planning purposes only and are not confirmed)

  • Review the relevant Host Agreement (Gold & State Championship Events only)
  1. National Cup (Gold T1) - Host Agreement 
  2. State/Territory Championship - Host Agreement 

Resources

AusCycling held a webinar, to go through the EOI process for Mountain Bike and answer any questions potential event hosts had.  Please see 2022 MTB EOI Webinar recording.

Should you have any further questions on the Mountain Bike EOI process, please email events@auscycling.org.au.


Road

Any potential event hosts who wish to host a round of the 2022 AusCycling National Junior Road Series (JM19, JW19) are required to:

Potential event hosts will be required to upload their completed Event Agreement into the EOI Form. The EOI Form will also ask clubs to provide a proposed event budget.

Any Event Organisers who wish to host a round of the 2022 AusCycling National Road National Series are required to:

Clubs will be required to upload their completed Event Agreement into the EOI Form. The EOI Form will also ask clubs to provide a proposed event budget.

Should you have any further questions on the Road EOI process, please email events@auscycling.org.au.


Cyclo-Cross

Expressions of Interest for Cyclo-Cross State and National Events will open later in the year.


Governments and Local Councils looking to host a 2022 AusCycling Major Event

AusCycling welcomes Expressions of Interest (EOI) from State/Territory Governments and Local Councils who would like to host an event, including a Nationals Series/Cup round, a State or Territory Championships, or a State or Territory Series round.  These funding partners should liaise with their local club or an appropriate event organiser when considering supporting an event opportunity.

Please view the Event Prospectus for more details on the opportunities available in 2022.

Should any State/Territory Governments or Local Councils wish to submit an EOI or have any further questions, please email events@auscycling.org.au.


Frequently Asked Questions

The EOI process is where clubs and event organisers can submit an application to host a 2022 event. This process allows AusCycling to gather all necessary information in order to determine who will host events in 2022. This process minimises the time requirements for clubs and event organisers by not requiring them to provide a separate EOI and application.

The EOI process will close on Friday, 6 August 2021. Any submissions received after this date may not be considered.

AusCycling will review the submissions received and look to confirm the hosts and dates for each of the events listed above by early September.

Any affiliated AusCycling Clubs or Event Organisers may submit an EOI.

AusCycling will provide feedback to those Clubs/Organisations who are not selected, to advise where their submission may have fallen short or areas they can improve upon in order to be considered for future hosting opportunities.

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