Four new races will feature in an expanded UCI Women’s WorldTour calendar next year, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announced today. Building on the success of the inaugural 2016 UCI Women’s WorldTour, the new season will see the addition of two stage races and two one-day races, increasing the total number of competition days by over 30%.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and Swiss watchmaker Tissot, a company of the Swatch Group, have the pleasure of announcing the extension their partnership for a further 4 years (2017-2020). The agreement ensures that their long-term partnership will last for at least a quarter of a century.
The 185th Congress of the UCI today voted in favour of a revised UCI Constitution that sets out new democratic processes, including the restriction of the number of terms of office for the President (to three). The UCI becomes one of the first International Federations to formally adopt this limit.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and the Organising Committee of the 2017 UCI Road World Championships in Bergen (Norway), are delighted to unveil the routes for the time trial and road race events, which will take place on 17-24 September.
Following a two-day meeting held in Doha, Qatar, in conjunction with the 2016 UCI Road World Championships, the UCI Management Committee today agreed important regulation changes relating to track cycling, BMX Supercross and mountain bike.
The UCI today announced the successful bids for an unprecedented number of upcoming UCI World Championships. In a demonstration of the sport’s continued globalisation and the UCI’s strong desire to take the sport to new territories and regions, eleven countries have been awarded hosting rights for 15 flagship events across seven cycling disciplines up to 2020.
The UCI has today announced that three cities/regions have been awarded UCI Bike City status thanks to their clear strategies to grow and encourage cycling in their communities as well as host UCI major cycling events. The successful cities/regions are Bergen (NOR), Drenthe (NED) and Limburg-Valkenburg (NED).
Teams wishing to be registered in first or second division for the 2017 road season are required to submit a registration file to the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). The UCI, in association with the appointed-auditor EY, evaluates whether the teams are in compliance with the UCI Regulations.