The following resources have been developed to assist Cycling Queensland affiliated clubs to effectively manage important areas associated with running a club.

For further information, please contact Cycling Queensland directly via: or by contacting: (07) 3390 1477


Could your club use an injection of funds?  

Cycling Queensland are keen to assist your club in accessing funding specifically available to sporting clubs and individuals.

Click Here for the details of a number of grants currently open and links to the website.  We encourage clubs to consider these grants and how they might be able to be used to improve your facilities, equipment, events and development.  


Should you require assistance or advise, please contact our Business Development Coordinator, on 07 3390 1477 or via


Australian Sports Commission Health Check
Australian Sports Commission - Good Governance Principles
Australian Sports Commission - Club Management


2015 Club Manual
Club Membership Summary Sheet

Membership Insurance
The insurance cover for Cycling Australia & MTBA members, provided by Aon Insurance, will cover you 24/7 on the bike and includes personal accident, public liability & loss of income benefits. 

For more information, please click here. 

Download the Summary of Insurance Cover
Click here to read the membership Terms and Conditions
Aon appointment notice


Cycling Development & Skills Program Insurance

This is a temporary membership arrangement available to non-members of Cycling Australia (CA) who participate in introductory cycling programs that are organised under the control of CA and its affiliate associations or approved CA promoters. These programs are to be run in areas free from traffic or other dangerous elements.

Cycling Development & Skills Programs Insurance Fees:

There is NO fee for any development or skills sessions run under Cycling Development & Skills Programs Insurance. 

Click here  for Cycling Development & Skills Programs Insurance Information and Application Form

Click here for 2015 Cycling Development & Skills Programs Participant Registration Form

Useful Websites 

Australian Sports Commission: Club Development
Sports Community: Club Information & Recent Grants
Play by the Rules: Club Toolkit
Department of National Parks: Sport & Racing: Education & Training Calendar

Grant Writing tips:

There is no great science or mystery to filling out a grant application. The majority of mistakes that people make with grant writing applications, the major reasons why they are rejected, came down to bad preparation. For a list of helpful tips to remember when you are applying for a grant, please click here.

Other Opportunities:

Contact your local Council to enquire about funding your Local Governmnet Area (LGA) may have received to deliver effective community-based physical activities and healthy eating programs. The Australian Government has provided $71.8 million over five years for these projects. For Queensland LGA's that have received this funding, click here.

You can also try using the Queensland Government Grant Finder or contact your local Council who often have Community Grants available.