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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Dear Members, 

I was delighted to welcome the second UCI Management Committee in Arzon, France, near my hometown Sarzeau, for three days of positive and constructive meetings. Significantly, we discussed and finalised the Agenda 2022 which is based on the five main axes of my campaign manifesto and should provide a concrete strategic plan for the next four years. This will be put to the vote of the National Federations at the 2018 UCI Congress in September.

As you know, the role of women in the world of cycling is one of my priorities and is an essential part of the Agenda 2022 that was discussed. I am delighted that the Management Committee agreed that, from 2019, staff of UCI Women’s Teams will be required to sign a code of conduct aiming to protect riders from harassment. In fact, the UCI is working on a charter to promote equity and equality between men and women in cycling – both on the sporting side and on the governance of our sport. We want to lead by example and aim to ensure that UCI staff – men and women –  are on a level playing field when it comes to recruitment, opportunities and salaries.

Furthermore, the Management Committee approved the organisation of the first ever combined UCI World Championships in 2023. Lasting 17 to 19 days, this incredible event will combine the UCI World Championships for several cycling disciplines in one region, uniting 2600 Elite athletes and 6000 amateur cyclists for a true festival and celebration of our sport. It is envisaged to hold the combined UCI Championships every pre-Olympic year from 2023.

Moreover, the authorisation of disc brakes in road and BMX racing as of 1 July this year and the introduction of Alpine Cycling events to the UCI International Mountain Bike Calendar from next year are other initiatives approved by the UCI Management Committee. All these decisions are significant advancements for the development of our sport, which we are continually trying to move forward and improve. I invite you all to read more about the UCI Management Committee meeting, and the decisions made, in this press release we sent out on the final day.

As I have underlined on numerous occasions, the UCI is dedicated to being at the service of its National Federations. The Solidarity and Small Countries Commission has been renamed and is now called “Solidarity and Emerging Cycling Countries” Commission. Its recommendations were also submitted to the Management Committee for validation. In addition, I am always delighted to welcome National Federation’s Presidents and representatives to our headquarters in Aigle, Switzerland. In the last month I’ve had the pleasure of hosting the Presidents of the Argentinian Cycling Union Mr Gabriel Curuchet, of the Myanmar Cycling Federation Mr Khin Maung Win, of the Curaçao Cycling Federation Mr Renny Oehlers and the Estonian Cyclists Union Mr Raivo Rand. It is great to hear how our member Federations are developing cycling in their regions, and I thank you all for your energy and commitment. We are strengthening our International Relations service so that we can better service your needs, so please do not hesitate to contact my Director of Cabinet and International Relations Mrs. Marjorie Guillaume at marjorie.guillaume@uci.ch if you have any questions or require advice. Marjorie and her team will be able to point you in the right direction.

It was also a pleasure for me at the beginning of the month to receive H.E. Atageldi Haljanov, the Permanent Representative of Turkmenistan to the United Nations Office in Geneva. Turkmenistan was key to the United Nations’ adoption of June 3rd as World Bicycle Day, and I was able to talk to the Geneva representative about future collaboration for mass participation as well as the development of cycling in Turkmenistan. Naturally, the World Bicycle Day celebration was the centre of discussions and I was able to brief him on the activities organised and supported by the UCI for this very significant day for the promotion of the bicycle.

Furthermore, in the beginning of June, during the 2018 UCI BMX World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan, I had the honour to meet the President of the Republic, Mr Ilham Aliyev as well as members of the Azerbaijan Cycling Federation. The discussions were fruitful and encouraging for the future of cycling in this country. I congratulate again on the successful organization of this competition. No doubt that Azerbaijan is now a confirmed cycling territory.

In closing, I would like to remind those National Federations that have not yet done so, to urgently complete the online questionnaire we sent to all of you to obtain information about your activities. This is essential for us to ensure we provide you with the best possible support and service and for the review of the UCI classification system from 2019 to 2023.

And don’t forget to register for the 2018 UCI Congress which will take place on Friday 28 September in Innsbruck, Austria, during the 2018 UCI Road World Championships. Registration forms are available in English, French and Spanish.

Congress is a magnificent occasion for all our National Federations to get together, share information, establish networks and be part of our institution’s most important gathering. On Thursday 27 September we have indeed planned to organise side activities for spouses and hold a UCI Solidarity Conference to provide you with greater details on the process of the UCI Solidary Programme. We will also invite key contacts including members of the Olympic Solidarity Commission and top industry leaders to discuss future collaborations. I hope to see you there.

David LappartientUCI President

 

Sports : 

Road – National Championships – Registration of results
Track – 2018 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships (SUI): Reminder on Riders and Delegations Registration, Website of the Event, Team Performance Analysts – 2018/2019 Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup: Updates on quotas and reminder on dates
Mountain Bike  2018 Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup – UCI Mountain Bike Eliminator World Cup powered by citymountainbike.com  2018 UCI Mountain Bike Four-Cross World Championships presented by Mercedes-Benz – 2018 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships presented by Mercedes-Benz – Mountain Bike Teams: Transfer Period – 2019 UCI Mountain Bike International Calendar – Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: Olympic Qualification Ranking
BMX Racing – 2018 UCI BMX World Championships in Baku (AZE) : results
BMX Freestyle – UCI International Calendar: National Championships – 2018 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships-BMX Freestyle Park: participation quotas – 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires
Trials –  2018 UCI Trials World Cup online registration: Reminder – 2018 UCI Trials World Youth Games online registration – 2019 UCI Trial World Cup: bidding guide – 2019 UCI Trials World Youth Games: reminder on bidding guide 
Para-Cycling  Registration deadline for 2018 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in Maniago (ITA) and general information – Meeting with handbike manufacturers – UCI Classification Committee – Education – Research – Classification Coordinator
Indoor  2018 UCI Indoor Cycling World Championships – 2018 Artistic Cycling World Cup – Artistic Cycling – new world record
Commissaires – Commissaires’ Courses
Mass events  UCI Gran Fondo World Series: July preview – The Sufferfest and the 2018 UCI Gran Fondo World Championships
Cycling for all  World Bicycle Day
Spotlight on…Manqoba Madida and Cycling developpment in South Africa

UCI WCC Corner


We remind National Federations to consult their dedicated Extranet on a regular basis. Besides offering the possibility of registering their events on the international calendar or their athletes for different UCI events, the National Federations Extranet provides access to numerous administrative and practical documents. It also contains all previous editions of the newsletter.

ROAD

National Championships – registration of results

We wish to remind our National Federations that since the launch of the new ‘UCI DataRide’ results platform last year, they are responsible for uploading the results of their National Championships to this portal; these results must be uploaded within 2 days following the end of the last event.

The Excel file to be used (one file per event), as well as an information bulletin about the procedure to follow to complete and import it, is available on the National Federations Extranet.

We would also like to remind you that if an event covers several categories (for example: Men Elite and Men U23, or Women Elite and Women U23), one combined result should be uploaded.

It is very important to check the results uploaded to the UCI DataRide platform and correct any errors that may have occurred as soon as possible.

Indeed, if the results are not properly recorded or the riders are not recognised by the system, the relevant UCI points will not be awarded.

An information bulletin on troubleshooting, covering every kind of problem you might encounter and helping you to find solutions is available on the National Federations Extranet.

TRACK
2018 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships (SUI)

The 2018 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships will take place at the UCI World Cycling Centre.

The competition programme is now available here.
Campaign #IRIDECLEAN

Don’t forget to stop by the #IRideClean anti-doping education booth to participate in the #IRideClean game and take the opportunity to win numerous prizes. We also strongly recommend all riders to do the ALPHA anti-doping online course before the competition. Please, contact lads@uci.ch should you have further questions.

Reminder on riders registration
Online registration for participating riders and staff members for the 2018 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships will be open between Monday 23 July and Sunday 5 August at 12:00 (CET), and can be done via the UCI Online Registration Service.

Maximum quotas per nation and per race are available in the UCI Regulations – Part IX: World Championships (Art. 9.2.022).

Reminder on delegation registration
We would like to remind you that each National Federation participating in the 2018 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships must register every member of the delegation (excluding riders), using the Online Accreditation System, by Sunday, 5 August 2018 at 12:00 (CET).

The same username and password must be used for both online registration systems.

Website of the 2018 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships 
The event website has gone live: www.aigle2018.com

Team performance analysts
A demarcated area is available for sports performance analysts’ video cameras, however the access to this area is limited. Teams wishing to use this space must book their positions before 15 July. There will be a fee for this service.

For more information and to make reservations, please contact the Organising Committee via trackjunior@uci.ch / + 41 24 468 58 85

Please note that teams will not be able to set up their own wireless (WiFi) networks because they interfere with other equipment in use. Any ‘unlawful’ network will immediately be disconnected.

MOUNTAIN BIKE

2018 Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

Information on forthcoming rounds
Online registration for the 2018 Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup must be done by UCI Teams or National Federations through the UCI online registration system. The deadlines for the upcoming rounds are as follows:

Reports on Fort William and Leogang
Just over a month after the opening round of the downhill competition of the 2018 Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, the Gravity competition resumed in the classic Scottish venue of Fort William, on 1-3 June. You can find the full report on the UCI website.

One week after round two of the downhill competition of the 2018 Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, the gravity specialists travelled to Leogang, Austria, for the third downhill round, which completes the first half of their World Cup season. You can find the full report on the UCI website.

2018 UCI Mountain Bike Eliminator World Cup powered by citymoutainbike.com

The final round of the UCI Mountain Bike Eliminator World Cup has been confirmed for 25 November 2018 in Congonhas – Minas Gerais (BRA). The full calendar as well as additional information on the UCI Mountain Bike Eliminator World Cup can be found on the UCI website.

2018 UCI Four-cross World Championships presented by Mercedes-Benz

The Competition Guide for the 2018 UCI Four-cross World Championships presented by Mercedes-Benz taking place in Val di Sole (ITA) has been published on the UCI website. The rider’s registration deadline will open on 21 June and close on 2 July 2018 at 12:00 CET.

In the Competition Guide, you will find all the useful information you might need if you want to attend the event.

2018 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships presented by Mercedes-Benz

The Competition Guide of the 2018 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships presented by Mercedes-Benz taking place in Lenzerheide (SUI) has been published on the UCI website.

In the Competition Guide, you will find all the useful information you might need if you want to attend the event.

Mountain Bike Teams: Transfer Period

As per the UCI Regulations, we wish to inform you that a rider of a UCI Mountain Bike Team can only join another team only during the period from 16-20 July 2018.

Please send the request for changes by email to the UCI at offroad@uci.ch, by Friday 20 July 2018 at 13:00 (CET) the latest.

For a rider already in a UCI Mountain Bike team:
Termination contract signed by team and the rider (for juniors: parents’ or legal representative’s signature).
New contract signed by the team and the rider (for juniors: parents’ or legal representative’s signature).
Updated registration form (riders’ section).
For a new rider:
Contract signed by the team and the rider (for juniors: parents’ or legal representative’s signature).
Updated registration form (riders’ section).

2019 UCI Mountain Bike International Calendar: Reminder

We wish to remind you that the deadline for sending registration forms for the 2019 UCI Mountain Bike International Calendar is 27 July 2018. All information relating to the calendar procedure was sent in April’s National Federations Newsletter.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: Olympic Qualification Ranking

We would like to remind you that the qualification system for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games has been published. The UCI Olympic Qualification ranking started on 28 May 2018, and the first Olympic Qualification ranking has been published. The Olympic ranking will then be published every Tuesday, with the final ranking being published on Thursday 28 May 2020.

 

BMX RACING

2018 UCI BMX World Championships in Baku (AZE) – results

All results from the 2018 UCI BMX World Championships can be found on the UCI website here.

 

BMX FREESTYLE

UCI International Calendar: National Championships

Six nations have already registered on the UCI International Calendar to host a BMX Freestyle National Championships event in 2018. Iceland will crown their national champions on 11 August in Hafnarfjordur, followed by the Belgians on 2 September, while the Americans have set the date of 13-16 September to crown their champions at Woodward West. The same weekend, the Brazilians have their National BMX Freestyle Championships, followed by Slovakia and The Netherlands. With all the C1 races, UCI World Cups, Youth Olympic Games in Argentina and UCI Urban Cycling World Championships in China, the calendar is shaping up nicely for UCI’s new discipline.

2018 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships-BMX Freestyle Park: participation quotas

Following the integration of the BMX Freestyle Park discipline into the UCI and the start of the Olympic Qualification period for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the UCI has decided to set a participation quota by nation for the BMX Freestyle Park, which will be held during the 2018 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships in Chengdu (CHN).

This will allow the most active nations in BMX Freestyle Park the ability to be well represented, while still giving all countries the ability to send a minimum of 1 rider in each category. This will also ensure that the number of entries will remain at a level that allows the event to be completed in the time available. The details are available in the BMX Freestyle section of the UCI website, under the heading ‘Official Documents’.

2018 Youth Olympic Games – Buenos Aires

The countries that will participate in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires for BMX Freestyle are: Argentina, Czech Republic, Russian Federation, Colombia, Brazil, Germany, Japan, Latvia (one man only), and Venezuela (one woman only). It will be the first time BMX Freestyle has officially been part of the Olympic programme.

TRIALS

2018 UCI Trials World Cup online registration: reminder

The deadlines for online registration are as follows:

Vöcklabruck (AUT): 7-8 July 2018
Registration opens: 14 June 2018 at 12:00 CET
Registration closes: 28 June 2018 at 12:00 CET

All the details can be found on the UCI website.

2018 UCI Trials World Youth Games online registration: reminder
The deadline for online registration is as follows:

Lazzate (ITA): 3-5 August 2018
Registration opens: 13 July 2018 at 12:00 CET
Registration closes: 23 July 2018 at 12:00 CET

All the details can be found on the UCI website.

2019 UCI Trials World Cup: bidding guide
Please find the bidding guide on the UCI website for the 2019 UCI Trials World Cup.

The bid deadline is 16 July 2018 and must be sent by email to offroad@uci.ch
 
2019 UCI Trials World Youth Games: bidding guide

The bidding guide for the 2019 UCI Trials World Youth Games can be found on the UCI website. The bid deadline is 16 July 2018 and must be sent by e-mail to offroad@uci.ch.

 

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