Cycling World Cup in St. Johann in Tirol – road racing in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
19. – 26. August 2017, in St. Johann in Tirol
The Cycling World Cup in the St. Johann in Tirol region puts the Kitzbüheler Alpen back in the focus of the international cycle sport scene again. The road race in St. Johann in Tirol is the biggest cycle sports event in the world. Over 3.000 participants from 53 nations do battle for those sought-after medals. Beneath the Wilder Kaiser, racers between the ages of 18 and 80 race over 40km. The events which run parallel to the main event are held on the same route. The World Cup Race kicks things off, followed by the Masters Cycling Classic, in which only licensed cyclists are able to take part.
During bike week the winners are awarded at ceremonies every evening in St. Johann in Tirol town centre. There is also an action-packed programme of supporting events with live music, which makes for a great atmosphere.
The Cycling World Cup comprises five different events:
- Hobby Cycling World Championships
- Juniors Cycling Cup
- UCI World Cycling Tour Qualifier
- Mountain Sprint
- Individual Time Trial
Video from the Cycling World Cup in St. Johann in Tirol
Virtual tour of the race track
Cycling World Cup
Individual Time Trial
Cyclists feel great in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. Over 1.000 km cycle routes head through the region in Tirol. Have you booked your summer holiday in Tirol yet? Suitable offers and accommodation providers in the Kitzbüheler Alpen can be found here!