A matter of scale: Why the UCI is combining most of its world championships

Supported by Every four years, the UCI will bring together all of cycling’s disciplines, except cyclocross, for two weeks of rainbow chasing. Why? The post A matter of scale: Why the UCI is combining most of its world championships appeared first on CyclingTips .

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