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Selection Regulations

Cycling New Zealand General Selection Regulations 2021-2024 - updated 10 April 2024. 

 

  • Rider Extenuating Circumstances can be submitted HERE

 

  • 2024 Mountain Bike and BMX Nationals Event Exemption - please submit your application HERE

 

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

2024 UCI BMX World Championship Information and Application:

 

2024 UCI BMX Racing World Cup and UEC Rounds: 

 

 

2024 Cyclo-Cross World Championships, 2 - 4 February 2024

Applications have closed for 2024. 

 

 

2023-2024 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cups

If you would like to apply for an entry into the 2023-2024 CX World Cups please click HERE to complete the rider application form. 

2024 Esport World Championships

Applications have closed for 2023, please contact rebekah.cullinane@cyclingnewzealand.nz with any queries. 

2024 Mountain Bike World Championship Events, Selection Regulations:

 

Rider Application Form - E-MTB, Marathon and Eliminator

 

 

2024 UCI Mountain Bike World Cups

If after reading the information in this document you have questions, please contact rebekah.cullinane@cyclingnewzealand.nz

 

 

2024 UCI Road World Championship Information and Application:

  

 

 

2024 UCI Track World Championship Information and Application:

 

2024 UCI Junior Track World Championships Information and Application:

 

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

   

2024 UCI Gran Fondo World Championships:

 

 

Questions can be emailed to events@cyclingnewzealand.nz

The 2024 Paris Olympic Games will be held 26 July - 11 August 2024

https://www.olympic.org.nz/games/paris-2024/  

 

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

 

Please click here for the Long List Process guideline

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.