The Oceania Cycling Confederation (OCC) is recognised by the Union Cycliste International (UCI) as the regional governing body for the sport of cycling in the continent of Oceania. The OCC is one of five continental confederations recognised by the UCI, encompassing the continents of Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania and Pan-America.
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The UCI Constitution represents the fundamental charter of the institution, governing both its activities and its organisation, and providing a legal basis for the world of cycling. In particular, the UCI Constitution defines the rights and obligations of its member federations, as well as the functioning of the different bodies including the Congress, the Management Committee and the judicial bodies. The Constitution may only be amended by the Congress, which is the supreme body of the UCI.

2022 Oceania Downhill Championship

The Oceania Cycling Confederation, AusCyclingTourism and Events Queensland and Brisbane Economic Development Agency are delighted to announce that Brisbane, Australia will host the first combined Oceania Cycling Championships from 19 March – April 11, 2022 as a part of the Brisbane Cycling Festival presented by King St.

Oceania championship titles will be contested across the eight disciplines of BMX Racing, BMX Freestyle, Mountain Bike Cross Country, Mountain Bike Downhill, Para-cycling (Road and Track), Road (Time Trial & Road Race) and Track. The Oceania Gran Fondo Challenge will also be contested as a non-championship event.

Kooralbyn in the Scenic Rim is the only venue that has been granted an event outside of brisbane.