Are you Licensed to Race?
You need a Racing License for the following reasons:
1. To prove your identity and racing categories;
2. To prove that you are covered by Cycling BC’s insurance policy;
3. To prove that you have agreed to the participant declaration, where you acknowledge that you will follow the regulations of the sport, and will accept both disciplinary and anti-doping procedures, if necessary.
What license is right for you?
Generally, all BCMCA and Club races require a Citizen License, $45 for 2014.
Note: A photo for the Citizen license is optional.
Single-event or Day Licenses are NOT available for any BCMCA-sanctioned races.
The license gives you Personal Liability and Accident Insurance.
For Insurance details from CyclingBC >Click here
TO ORDER a 2014 CyclingBC License on-line >Click Here
What you need to know about BCMCA Membership, Racing Licenses and Online Registrations
- Membership in BC Masters Cycling Association can be regarded as a Club Membership; but is not a requirement for race participation. It allows you to enter BCMCA events with lower entry fee. We welcome Non-members, but you pay $5 extra for each and every race entry. BCMCA events are Club-sanctioned events, providing Organizers with Liability Insurance and race support.
- A Racing License is required for race entry regardless of membership status. It is purchased from CyclingBC, and comes in 2 options: The Citizen License for racers who participate in BCMCA sanctioned events, or Club Races without UCI(Union Cycliste Internationale) sanction. The full UCI Racing License is for racers who participate in any UCI-sanctioned events. You must determine which level of racing you need a License for. Generally, all BCMCA and Club races require a Citizen License. Single-event or Day Licenses are not available for any BCMCA- sanctioned races. The License gives you Personal Liability and Accident Insurance. Insurance details are available from CyclingBC.
- Online Registrations and Purchase are available for both BCMCA Membership and all CyclingBC racing Licenses through CCN(see www.CCNbikes.com), which act as payment provider and registration database only. If you have any issues or problems with CCN links or features, please contact them directly. BCMCA does not handle the transaction process.
- Online Link to BCMCA Membership: Click here
- Online Link to CyclingBC Licenses: Click here
Interesting story on Velonews sent to us from David Steen, which could be more common than we think. Please click on the link below to investigate this article: “”Is it Medicine or Dope? A cat. 4 vs the USDA”.
Click here> Velonews article
See the link below sent to us from David Steen which explores aging and its impact on cycling performance, citing Chris Horner, the oldest rider ever to win a Grand Tour at age 41.
Click here> Aging article
BCMCA 2013 Champions: Carol Quade & Brian Marsh
Without too many words but tons of applause, we want to congratulate this years 2013 Champions: Carol Quade and Brian Marsh. Pedal on and enjoy the ride!