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Regulations

The UCI Regulations establish the rules of cycling while keeping abreast of the sport’s evolution and development. In this section you will find all the regulations governing UCI activities and competitions, in particular the different regulations for each discipline, the anti-doping regulations and the disciplinary regulations.

 

Regulations in force Rules Amendements

Preliminary provisions

(version on 01.05.14)

UCI Constitution and Standing Orders

(version on 14.10.16)

UCI Code of Ethics

(version on 02.06.16)

Part I: General organisation of cycling as a sport

(version on 06.02.2017)

Part I: General organisation of cycling as a sport - Rules amendements in force on 01.01.2017

Part I: General organisation of cycling as a sport - Changes concerning UCI ID in force on 01.01.2017

Part I: General organisation of cycling as a sport - Changes concerning UCI Commissaires in force on 01.01.2017

Part I: General organisation of cycling as a sport - Changes concerning Equipment in force on 01.01.2017

Part I: General organisation of cycling as a sport - Changes concerning the equipment in force on 06.02.2017

Part II: Road races

(version on 24.03.2017)

Guidelines for vehicle circulation in the race convoy

UCI WorldTour - Specifications for organisers

Organisational specifications for Teams

Driver's certificate: Directives concerning Article 2.2.035bis

Teams participation, art. 2.2.001

(version on 08.02.2017)

Joint Agreements 2013

Riders agent regulations

(version on 01.01.15)

Extreme weather protocol

(version on 03.06.2016)

Part II: Road Race - Amendments to regulations as from 01.01.2018

 

Part III: Track Races

(version on 05.04.2017)

Part III: Track Races - Amendments to Track Regulations with effects on 14.10.2016

Part III : Track Races – Amendments to Tempo Race with effects on 28.01.2017

Part III : Track Races – Amendments to Track Regulations with effects on 05.04.2017

Part IV: Mountain Bike

(version on 01.01.2017)

 

Part V: Cyclo-cross

(version on 28.01.2017)

 

Part V: Cyclo-cross - Rules amendements in force on 28.01.2017

 

Part VI: BMX

(version on 01.01.2017)

 

Part VI bis: BMX Freestyle

(version on 01.02.2017)

Part VI bis: BMX Freestyle - Rules amendements in force on 01.02.2017

Part VII: Trials

(version on 02.02.2017)

Part VII: Trials - Rules amendements in force on 02.02.2017

Part VIII: Indoor cycling

Part VIII: Indoor cycling - Artistic Cycling

(version on 01.01.16)

Part VIII: Indoor cycling - Cycle-ball

(version on 01.01.13)

Part VIII: Indoor cycling - Artistic Cycling -Rules amendments in force on 01.01.17

Part IX: World Championships

(version on 03.02.2017)

Qualification system for the 2017 UCI Road World Championships


Part IX : Trials World Championships – Rules amendments in force on 30.01.2017

Part IX: World Championships - Rules amendements in force on 01.01.2017

Part IX: Mountain Bike World Championships - Rules amendments in force on 01.01.2017

Part IX: Track Cycling World Championships - Rules amendments in force on 14.10.2016

Part IX: Cyclo-cross World Championships - Rules amendments in force on 14.10.2016

Part IX : Para World Championships – Rules amendments in force on 01.02.2017

Part IX: World Championships - Ranking by Nations - Rules amendements in force on 13.10.2016

Part X: Continental Championships

(version on 25.01.2017)

Part X: Continental Championships - Rules amendements in force on 09.11.2016

Part XI: Olympic Games

(version on 07.12.2015)

Part XII: Discipline and Procedures

(version on 02.02.2017)

 

Part XIII: Medical Rules

(version on 01.01.15)

Part XIV: Anti-doping Rules

(version on 01.01.15)

Regulations TUE

UCI Testing & Investigations Regulations

Anti-Doping Tribunal Procedural Rules

Part XV: Cycling For All

(version on 01.01.2016)

Part XVI: Para-cycling

(version on 01.02.2017)

Part XVI: Para-cycling - Rules amendements in force on 01.02.2017

Part XVI: Para-cycling - Rules amendements in force on 01.01.2018

Translations of the UCI Constitution and Regulations in various languages are available on the website of several National Federations (example: Regulations in Spanish). These texts provide guidance for users, however they cannot be considered as official texts binding the responsibility of the UCI. In the case of disparity between the UCI’s original version and one of the translations, only the original UCI texts should be taken into account.

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