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Cycling Federation of Belize 2021 membership registration is now open


Posted: Monday, June 7, 2021. 8:41 am CST.

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Cycling Federation of Belize (CFB) says its 2021 membership registration is now open.

The CFB said in a social media statement that members should print and fill out all necessary documents provided. The CFB said documents can be scanned or photographed properly and emailed back to the CFB.

Members who have outstanding balances should make their payments before registering.

The CFB also said “all persons (athletes, support personnel, officials, teams, media etc), can email in their completed registration forms with the relevant supporting documents (Passport size picture, copy of either your Social Security Card or Passport) to indicate proof of your date of birth.”

The CFB said it has to review and approve all documents before membership is confirmed.

The 2021 Annual Registration fees are as follows:

Athlete Members:

17 years + Free

16 years and Under – Free

Race Official: Free

Team Managers and Support Personnel: Free

General Membership: Free

UCI License – $15

New-found teams with a minimum of four athletes are required to register. New-found teams that have corporate sponsorship pay $150.00 registration. Those without corporate sponsorship pay $75.00.



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