Rocky MTB Membership

Join Rockhampton Mountain Bike Club!

pre race briefing Rocky MTB membership

Our club members are the backbone of Rockhampton’s mountain bike community.

Rockhampton Mountain Bike Club is an affiliated member of AusCycling, the Australian body for all types of cycling.

Whether you want to race or just ride socially, the benefits of membership are definitely worthwhile.

  • Accident insurance cover in case you take a tumble,
  • Discount offers for insuring your bike against damage or theft,

Extra benefits of nominating Rocky MTB as your club:

  • Ability to take part in club social rides and special training days,
  • Access to exclusive Rocky MTB members-only kit such as jerseys and decals,
  • Day-licence race fees are waived with your Rocky MTB race licence,
  • Ability to nominate for club executive positions, race committees, etc,
  • Supports the expansion of new trails and ongoing maintenance,
  • More members gives us stronger representation in the national community.

There are several membership options to suit all types of rider, as well as family deals, and multi-discipline packages.

To become a member of Rockhampton Mountain Bike Club, please visit the AusCycling website, and don’t forget to nominate Rocky MTB as your chosen club. πŸ˜ŽπŸ’–

We look forward to seeing you out on the trails soon!

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  1. Hey it’s Saul Barnes
    From SBC in Yeppoon wanting to touch base ( I’m not sure who but one of you guys put in for some money for mountain bikes and a trailer with PCYC a few years ago when I was still there with Greg Jones ? I have a plan !

  2. I’m interested in joining group but when it comes to payment instead of 105 bucks it stayes 1050 bucks annually that pretty steep or am I doing som6wrong

    1. Hi Shane. I tried to replicate the error you mentioned but it asks me for the correct amount (using a PC). I can see however that the price list has some weird prices on it in the thousands of dollars which is plain wrong. I’ve passed it onto the club secretary to get AusCycling to fix the price list, but in the meantime if you have access to a PC you should be able to register at the correct price. Regs, Andrew Thompson