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Officiating at club races requires accreditation as a commissaire with AusCycling (at least Regional 1 Commissaire level).

This ensures that those with the responsibility of officiating have undergone the training to ensure that racing is safe, competitive and fair, that the appropriate technical regulations are applied, and events are conducted under AusCycling policies (such as the Code of Conduct, Working with Children Check, etc).

Becoming a commissaire is very rewarding, and helps with the ongoing development of our sport.

If you are interested in becoming a commissaire, the AusCycling website provides details on the pathway and upcoming courses.

Current accredited commissaires:​

  • Peter Hogg

  • Gary Morgan

  • Phil Lawes

  • John Bidwell

  • Paul Drury

First Aid

It is mandatory for a qualified First Aid officer (at least HLTAID003/HLTAID011) to be in attendance at events, including warm-ups. The benefits of being a First Aid officer are obvious - not only for our sport, but also in daily life. 

If you are interested in becoming a First Aid officer there are a number of organisations that provide recognised courses, including Australia Wide First Aid, St John's Ambulance, and Australian Red Cross.

Current accredited First Aid officers:

  • John Bidwell

  • Paul Drury

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