World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway

World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, NorwayThe 2017 World Cycling Championships are held in Bergen, Norway from Sunday, 17 September to Sunday, 24 September. All races are played out on challenging routes with a lot of vertical metres. The focus of the road race for both men and women lies on a 19.5 kilometres circuit with a series of three climbs in rapid succession. In the men’s race the circuit is tackled twelve times. (Slideshow route/profile)

Peter Sagan is title holder. In 2016 he outsprinted Mark Cavendish and Tom Boonen in the streets of Doha, Qatar.

Once before the World Cycling Championships were held in Norway. In 1993 Lance Armstrong soloed to the rainbow jersey in the capital Oslo, while Miguel Indurain sprinted to second place.

Tick link in underneath scheme for details on the routes, including route maps and height profiles.

Program World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway

Date Start Race (route) Length
Su 17-9 World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway TTT women 42.5 km
Su 17-9 World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway TTT men 42.5 km
Tu 19-9 ITT women 21.1 km
We 20-9 World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway ITT men 31.0 km
Sa 23-9 World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway Road race women 152.8 km
Su 24-9 World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway Road race men 276.5 km

World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway: Route maps, height profiles, and more

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