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Selection Regulations

Click here to view the Cycling New Zealand Selection Regulations for 2017-2020 (modified 24 April 2019).

Please see below the relevant discipline selection schedules and rider application forms. 

 

If you wish to be considered for selection to the events listed in the above schedule, please click here to complete the Rider Application Form.

 

If you wish to be considered for selection to the events listed in the above schedule, please click here to complete the Rider Application Form.

2020 Mountain Bike World Cup

Click MTB World Cup Rider Entry Info for the entry information for the 2020 Mountain Bike World Cup.

Click here for the entry form. 

If you wish to be apply for a supplementary spot for the event listed above, please click here to complete the Rider Application Form.

 

If you wish to be considered for selection to the events listed in the above schedule, please click here to complete the Rider Application Form.

 

2020 BMX SX World Cup and UEC Rounds

Click here for the entry information for the 2020 BMX SX World Cup and UEC Rounds.

Click here for the entry form.

Please note due to Covid-19 the updated 2020 calendar is still to be released.  To view the list of cancelled or postponed events please click here.

Please click here for the NZOC Selection Regulations and the Cycling Nomination Criteria.

UCI GRAN FONDO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

Update: The 2020 UCI Gran Fondo World Championships has been been cancelled due to Covid-19.

 

The World Masters Road Championship are now known as the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships.  Full information and race format are available here: http://www.uciworldcyclingtour.com/ or http://www.ucigranfondoworldseries.com/ 

How to qualify:

  • Riders who take part in one of the qualifier events held worldwide and who finish in the first 25% of their age group qualify for the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships

  • The first 3 in each age category will also qualify directly to the World Championships, independent of the number of starters in that age group.

  • Riders who participate in 3 qualifier events during the season will also qualify.

For countries that do not have a Qualifying event (for 2020 this includes New Zealand).  Qualifying slots are offered through the National Championships or as determined by the National Federation.  Please click here for the 2020 Cycling New Zealand Selection Regulations.  

Additional entry fees and criteria apply for this international event.  The 2020 event will be in Vancouver, Canada. Click here for more on the National Championships. 

 

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is the world governing body for the sport of cycling recognised by the International Olympic Committee. The UCI was founded in Paris in 1900, and its headquarters are now located at the UCI’s World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland.Cycling Rules and RegulationsThe UCI establishes the rules of cycling for all codes worldwide.All regulations governing UCI activities and competitions, in particular the different regulations for each discipline, the anti-doping regulations and the disciplinary regulations can be found on the UCI website.