Complete UCI WorldTour race calendar 2016

There are 27 UCI WorldTour races in 2016. They include the big Tours, the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana, some one day wonders like Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix and an increased women’s calendar too. It’s a good year to be a fan of bike racing!

The official UCI WorldTour race calendar 2016 looks like this:

January 19th to January 24th – Santos Tour Down Under, Australia

March 6th to March 13th – Paris-Nice, France

March 9th to March 15th – Tirreno-Adriatico, Italy

March 19th – Milan-San Remo, Italy

March 21th to March 27th – Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, Spain

March 25th – E3 Harelbeke, Belgium

March 27th – Gent-Wevelgem, Belgium

April 3rd – Tour of Flanders, Belgium

April 4th to April 9th – Vuelta Ciclista a Pais Vasco (Tour of the Basque Country), Spain

April 10th – Paris-Roubaix, France

April 17th – Amstel Gold Race, Netherlands

April 20th – La Fleche Wallonne, Belgium

April 24th – Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Belgium

April 26th to May 1st – Tour de Romandie, Switzerland

May 6th to May 29th – Giro d’Italia, Italy

June 5th to June 12th – Criterium du Dauphine, France

June 11th to June 19th – Tour de Suisse, Switzerland

July 2nd to July 24th – Tour de France, France

July 12th to July 18th – Tour of Poland, Poland

July 30th – Clasica Ciclista San Sebastian, Spain

August 20th to September 11 – Vuelta a Espana, Spain

August 21st – Cyclassics Hamburg, Germany

August 28th – Bretagne Classic Ouest-France, France

September 9th – GP Cycliste de Quebec, Canada

September 11th – GP Cycliste de Montreal, Canada

September 19th to September 25th – Eneco Tour, Netherlands

October 1st – Il Lombardia, Italy

With increased coverage on both ITV 4 and Eurosport, there should be as full a viewing calendar as there is a racing one!

If you would like a full UCI calendar of every race they are running, visit their website here. There are literally hundreds of races throughout the year and throughout the world. All deserve our support. That calendar page also lists women’s races alongside the men’s so they should start getting the kind of support they deserve too!


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