All riders taking part in CYCLINGSA sanctioned events are
required to be a Member of CYCLINGSA for the year in which the race
takes place, or alternatively to have a valid day license for every
day of participation. Membership or a day license is a race entry
requirement and is thus a prerequisite to enter a race.
2013 Licensing Process
Cycling SA Membership:
CYCLINGSA Racing License (UCI License):
CYCLINGSA Licensing System:
The system will also have the following features:
Questions and Answers
Q: Once I have bought a CYCLINGSA Membership, how do I get a
domestic racing license?
A: In 2013 all riders need to become a Member of CYCLINGSA
first. Once you are a member, you can then get a domestic racing
license on the CYCLINGSA Web Site.
Q: What about Junior licenses?
A: There are no Junior licenses. All riders over the age of 16
require a domestic racing license should they wish to compete in
Nationals, UCI events or get National Colours. Youth riders (U16)
are only required to become members and will receive all the
benefits of a domestic racing license.
Q: Do I still need to join a club.
A: Members which purchase CSA Membership no longer need to
belong to a club in order to obtain CSA Membership but if they
upgrade their membership to a domestic racing license, they need to
belong to a registered cycling club. Members that purchase domestic
racing Licenses need to belong to a registered cycling club.
Q: Can I get a domestic racing license without becoming a
A : No. However, if you chose to take out your CSA membership on
the CYCLINGSA site, you can upgrade to a domestic racing license at
the same time, merely by ticking a box
Q: Who is the service provider and where do I find the
A: The system will be on the CYCLINGSA website (www.cyclingsa.com), right click on MEMBERSHIP
or go to /. It is owned and administered by
Q: Until when is my membership valid?
A: Memberships are based on a calendar year. 2012 memberships
have now expired. 2013 memberships are valid until 31 December