Cycling



The UCI includes World Tour Copenhagen in the global elite

The UCI includes World Tour Copenhagen in the global elite

The land of the two-time Tour de France winner, Jonas Vingegard, will host a UCI World Tour race. The International Cycling Union has decided to include the Tour de Copenhagen among the world's top races and grants a license for three years, 2025, 2026, and 2027, to organize events for both male and female categories featuring the elite of the global cycling scene.












Cycling: The European Championship will continue to be a multisport event every four years until 2034

 Cycling: The European Championship will continue to be a multisport event every four years until 2034

Following the great success of the multisport European Championships in Glasgow 2018 and Munich 2022, the president of the UEC, Enrico Della Casa, has today signed a long-term agreement with the European Championships Management (ECM) in Pont-Château (France) regarding the presence of cycling in the sports program for the 2026, 2030, and 2034 editions. This agreement is the result of a collaboration between the UEC and ECM that dates back to 2013 when the European Championship project began to take shape.