UCI International Licence

UCI INTERNATIONAL LICENCE

To race in a UCI class in Australia you must hold an Mountain Bike Australia membership at a minimum.  To race in a UCI class event overseas, you must hold an International Licence (UCI).

MTBA Members must also hold a Cycling Australia membership in order to apply for an International Licence. A Cycling Australia membership can be purchased at a discounted rate by utilising the MTBA Value-Add option. Visit the Cycling Australia website or call the membership team on 03 9998 6810 to find out more.

International licence applications must be submitted to Cycling Australia no less than one (1) month prior to travel. International Insurance coverage is mandatory when competing at a UCI event so please ensure that your insurance coverage is valid for each and every trip.

Please contact Cycling Australia on 03 9998 6810 or visit the website for all International Licence and Travel insurance information.

Latest News

Change of Venue – Perth Rounds of 2018 Cross-Country National Series


Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) wish to advise of a change in venue for the Perth rounds of the 2018 Cross-Country National Series. Due to circumstances beyond the control of MTBA or the event host, Perth Mountain Bike Club (PMBC), the double-header rounds scheduled for Perth on Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th January 2018 will now […]... Read More

Townsville MTB Festival Confirmed for 2018


Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) is pleased to confirm the dates for the 2018 Townsville MTB Festival which includes the Marathon National Championships. The festival will be held from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th April 2018. The full 90km Marathon National Championship will be held on the Sunday, whilst a support half-marathon will be held on […]... Read More

Wet & Wild WA Downhill State Championships


The 2017 Western Australia Downhill State Championships were recently hosted by Peel Districts Mountain Bike Club. Local legend, Luke Ball took the top honours for 2017 on a wet & wild track. This years’ event seen the State Championships move from its traditional venue at the Goatfarm to the steeper & more challenging course at […]... Read More