Motor Cycle Union of Ireland (Ulster Centre) Ltd
Important Information for all MCUI(UC) Competition License applications for 2019
Motorcycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre are moving into an electronic age in 2019.
Flag Seminar - 2019 we are changing from holding annual group Competitor Flag safety and Anti-doping seminars and have invested in an online compulsory “E Learning” process which can be accessed 365 days a year. (This online seminar is unavailable to any Newcomer to the sport).
Competitors who have held a competition Licence previously will have to registrar online for the seminar and tests. The flag safety test will cover basic questions on the different race flag signals used at motorcycle events in Ireland with the competitors needing a 100% pass to obtain a certificate.
All Newcomers to the sport must attend our training days on the 16th Feb @ Kirkistown, 23rd Feb @ Bishopscourt and 3rd March @ Kirkistown. This can be arranged with the MCUI (UC) Race School Instructor Stephen Ferguson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Anti – Doping Section, Our anti-doping section is accredited by Sport NI and the (FIM) Federation International Motorcycling which is the Global Governing Body of Motorcycle Racing.
This seminar which has links to World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), UK Anti-doping (UKAD), Sport Ireland anti-Doping section.
This is to educate the competitors of our policies on having a Clean Sport, Prevention, Protection and checking medications. This test requires a 80% pass to obtain a certificate.
Online Seminars can be accessed @ www.mcuiuccourses.co.uk New Race License Medical Reports
A new MCUI(UC) Race License application medical forms have been introduced for 2019 and should make it easier for competitors to obtain their medical report from the GP Surgery that holds their records.
Competitors medical forms have three parts to them; -
Doctor Surgery report
Eye test report by your Optician or Doctor.
Competitors now must leave the New Doctor Report form into their GP Surgery to have it completed by their Doctor and Stamped who has access to their full medical history.
Competitors will only need a Medical if any question is answered Yes on the declaration or doctors report. All International / Super A Licence applicant require a full Doctors medical.
Issued By MCUI(UC)
Please ensure you print form and send to membership Secretary. Contact details for Secretary are on the form. Once you have renewed a membership number will be allocated.
The first step …:
The first step is to contact join EDMCC, we are affiliated to the Motorcycle Union of Ireland.
Club secretaries will always be a good first point of contact. You can be assured of a warm welcome and an immediate offer of assistance and guidance on how to become involved in the sport as a competitor. This would usually commence with an invitation to attend the next Club meeting where you will have the opportunity to discuss your plans with people who will be able to give you the advice you need.
If you decide you would like to proceed, once you become a member of a Club you will be able to apply for an MCUI competition license.
Club members will be able to provide advice about the various classes and types of licence that you would be best suited to. (This may be age related). In parallel they will also help regarding arranging a medical examination to be carried out. On successful completion of these steps your application with appropriate fee will be sent to the MCUI Licence Registrar. Once approved – the Licence Registrar will reply returning a Competition Licence which will identify the Competition Classes you are eligible to enter.
The information available from the members within the Clubs is incalculable – after your licence application has been progressed, should you wish, you will find that there is an abundance of willing help and advice available to you on every imaginable aspect of the sport.
Before the commencement of each racing season the MCUI(UC) organises two or three novice training days at a short circuit track. In Northern Ireland these are hosted by the MCUI(UC) and are usually held at Kirkistown and Bishopscourt. At each session several training professionals are on hand to provide help, advice and instruction both on and off the track. For more information about these events please see the relevant event information section of this website.
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