UCI’s MTB World Cup Calendar for 2023

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A few days after the announcement of the new format for DH and the inclusion of XC marathon, enduro and e-enduro disciplines in the UCI MTB World Cup series, today  the UCI has revealed the dates of the race schedule, which includes 13 events and races in 9 different nations for 6 disciplines. The only location that will face the challenge of hosting all 6 disciplines in a single event spread over 10 days is the Portes du Soleil area, in the French towns of Les Gets, Chatel and Morzine.

3 events held in Italy with Finale Ligure which for the first time will not host the final of the enduro circuit but rather the third stage, first stage of e-enduro and second stage of XC marathon. This is followed by the enduro and e-enduro stage in Val di Fassa and a short distance away, both in time and in kilometres, the XC, DH and short track events in Val di Sole.

Below is the schedule sorted by discipline, for easier digesting.

Cross Country e short track

  • 12/14 May – Nove Mesto
  • June 9/11 – Lenzerheide
  • June 15/18 – Leogang
  • 30 June / 2 July – Val di Sole
  • August 23/27 – Pal Arinsal
  • 7/17 September – Les Gets, Chatel, Morzine
  • September 28 / October 1 – Snowshoe
  • 6/8 October – Monte-Sainte-Anne

Downhill

  • June 9/11 – Lenzerheide
  • June 15/18 – Leogang
  • 30 June / 2 July – Val di Sole
  • August 23/27 – Pal Arinsal
  • 1/3 September – Loudenvielle
  • 7/17 September – Les Gets, Chatel, Morzine
  • September 28 / October 1 – Snowshoe
  • 6/8 October – Monte-Sainte-Anne

Cross country marathon

  • 12/14 May – Nove Mesto
  • 3/4 June – Finale Ligure
  • 7/17 September – Les Gets, Chatel, Morzine
  • September 28 / October 1 – Snowshoe

Enduro

  • March 25/26 – Maydena
  • 1/2 aprile – Derby
  • 3/4 June – Finale Ligure
  • June 15/18 – Leogang
  • 24/25 June – Val di Fassa
  • 1/3 September – Loudenvielle
  • 7/17 September – Les Gets, Chatel, Morzine

E-enduro

  • 3/4 June – Finale Ligure
  • June 15/18 – Leogang
  • 24/25 June – Val di Fassa
  • 1/3 September – Loudenvielle
  • 7/17 September – Les Gets, Chatel, Morzine

 

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