Welcome to Central Coast Cycling Club. Whether you’re a competitive or recreational cyclist, riding masters or looking to get your kids involved in juniors we hope you’ll join us.
How to Join Central Coast Cycling Club
Cycling club membership is overseen by Cycling Australia. To join CCCC you’ll need to head to the Cycling Australia website to complete the online form and make payment. The payment covers both your insurance and a small amount which goes to CCCC.
Once you’ve joined through Cycling Australia we’ll get notified, and you’ll receive an email receipt. Follow the steps below for Cycling Australia membership.
Before you join, you need to be clear on which type of membership you need. There are 3 main categories:
- Racing Licence – For racing cyclists (categories by age from Juniors to Masters and everything in between).
- Ride Licence – For recreational cyclists (Adult, Junior, Seniors & KIDZ).
- Non-Riding – For coaches, officials and administrators working in cycling.
If you want to race, you’ll need a Racing licence, and if you want to ride socially and train you’ll need a Ride licence.
Depending on your age, Racing licences range from $132 – $286 and for Non-Riding licences range from $34
Still unsure about getting started? Cycling Australia also offer a 3 month Silver licence for $28. With it, you’re welcome to join us on the track or road for training rides to try out the club, you just can’t race with it. It’s a great way to dip your toe in the water. Follow the steps below, but select “Recreational – 3 Month Membership”.
Cycling Australia Membership steps
If you have decided which licence type suits you best, join online by following this link to the CA Website.
1. Choose NSW for your State,
2. Choose “Central Coast CC” as your Club,
3. Choose the licence type you have decided on,
4. then follow the prompts to directly input your details into the Cycling Australia database.
5. You will be prompted at the end to supply your credit card details for payment of fees.
What happens next?
You will receive an email from the Cycling Australia website thanking you for your payment and advising you of your licence number & type.
This email is your temporary licence until your licence card arrives in the mail (usually within four weeks). Please carry this email with you to all races as proof of licence.
Remember “No licence, No Race”.
How to Renew your Membership
Members are advised to renew online early, via the Cycling Australia website. It may take a few weeks to complete your new 12-month registration. Keep in mind full licence renewal demands are high at this time.
By re-joining on line in early December, lengthy delays may be avoided.
Change of Address/Emergency Contact Details
We encourage you to ensure that your details on the Cycling Australia database and the CCCC database are kept up to date.
Log into the Cycling Australia database using your unique login and password as sent to you by Cycling Australia when you joined.
Once logged in click on the “Update my details” tab at the top of the website page.
You can then edit the following fields if necessary:
- Emergency Contact details
- Email address
- Phone Numbers
- Mailing & Billing addresses.