2024 Oceania Championships to be held across Australia and New Zealand

The Oceania Cycling Confederation is pleased to announce that 2024 Oceania Championships will be held across New Zealand and Australia.

Competition starts on the track 14-18 February as the Oceania Track Championships return to New Zealand, with Cambridge hosting the event for the first time since 2017.

Having successfully hosted Championships over the last two years, Brisbane, Australia will host Oceania Championships across four disciplines. Starting with BMX Racing, 17-18 February, Mountain Bike Cross Country, 23 March, BMX Freestyle, 24 March and Road, 12-13 April. Illinbah will host Mountain Bike Downhill across 6-7 April.

The 2024 Championships will conclude with Mountain Bike Marathon in Perth, Australia in October.

Oceania Cycling Confederation President Tony Mitchell said, “The UCI and Oceania Cycling Confederation are excited to welcome the Oceania Championships to Brisbane, Perth and Illinbah in Australia and Cambridge in New Zealand for 2024.

“The Oceania Championships are the pinnacle events for our Confederation, with the best athletes from across our region competing for the honour of being crowned Oceania Champion.

“The Oceania Cycling Confederation extends its thanks AusCycling and Cycling New Zealand for hosting the Championships.”

The Oceania region will also host UCI World Cup rounds in Para-cycling, Track and BMX racing in early 2024.

The world’s best para-cyclists head to Adelaide in January for the opening round of the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup and UCI Track Nations Cup.

Rotorua, New Zealand, which hosted the 2023 Oceania Championships, will host the first two rounds of the UCI BMX Racing World Cup in February, before the racing heads to Brisbane, Australia for rounds three and four. Reigning World Cup winner Saya Sakakibara of Australia will be hoping to start the new season how she finished off.

In May, Cairns, Australia will welcome the best masters mountain bike cyclists for the UCI Mountain Bike Masters World Championships.

Oceania will again host UCI World Tour and UCI Women’s World Tour Races in the Santos Tour Down Under and Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. The UCI Oceania Tour will consist of the New Zealand Cycle Classic, Gravel and Tar Classic and Surf Coast Classic.

2024 Oceania Championships
Track (Including Para-cycling): 14-18 February – Cambridge, New Zealand
BMX Racing: 17-18 February – Brisbane, Australia
MTB Cross Country: 23 March – Brisbane, Australia
BMX Freestyle: 24 March – Brisbane, Australia
MTB Downhill: 6-7 April – Illinbah, Australia
Road (Including Para-cycling): 12-13 April – Brisbane, Australia
MTB Marathon: October – Western Australia

2024 UCI World Cup and World Championships
UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup I: 13-17 January – Adelaide, Australia
UCI Track Nations Cup: 2-4 February – Adelaide, Australia
UCI BMX Racing World Cup I & II: 10-11 February – Rotorua, New Zealand
UCI BMX Racing World Cup III & IV: 24-25 February – Brisbane, Australia
UCI Mountain Bike Masters World Championships: 16-19 May – Cairns, Australia

2024 UCI Road Races
New Zealand Cycle Classic (UCI 2.2 Men): 10-14 January – New Zealand
Santos Tour Down Under (UCI WWT): 12-14 January – Australia
Santos Tour Down Under (UCI WT): 16-21 January – Australia
Gravel and Tar Classic (UCI 1.2 Men): 20 January – New Zealand
Gravel and Tar La Femme (UCI 1.2 Women): 20 January – New Zealand
Surf Coast Classic (UCI 1.1 Men): 25 January – Australia
Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race (UCI WWT): 27 January – Australia
Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race (UCI WT): 28 January – Australia