Glasgow to host first multi-discipline UCI Worlds in 2023

Glasgow to host first multi-discipline UCI Worlds in 2023

Joe Robinson 8 Feb 2019 Scottish city awarded first unified World Championships for road, track and mountain bike disciplines The Scottish city of Glasgow has been awarded the 2023 UCI World Championships , the inaugural edition that will bring together the road, track and mountain bike races under one event. The first ever UCI Cycling World Championships will take place over two weeks in August 2023 bringing together 13 World Championships events from across the varying disciplines. The choice of Glasgow comes as no surprise given its history hosting various cycling events in the past. On top of hosting the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and European Championships in 2018, Scotland's biggest city has also hosted major road cycling events around its city's streets and track and BMX events at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and BMX centre. Additionally, Fort William is a staple of the downhill mountain bike World Cup ...

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