The UCI World cup Antwerp presented by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will host this event for the seventh time in a row. The setting is truly unique and everybody agreed that the 2014 & 2015 edition was one of the best World cups ever in the history of trials!
Meet the World Cup leaders -> Women Elite: Nina Reichenbach Men 20": Benito Ros Men 26": Aurélien FONTENOY Congrats to all of you!
- What will happen? - The 2016 UCI Trials World Cup will get underway on May 20-21, in Krakow, Poland, for the first of five rounds, one more then in 2015. Krakow was the opening round in both 2014 and 2015. After a seven week hiatus, the series will then move to Les Menuires, France, for Round 2 on July 9-10. Round 3 is in Vocklabruck, Austria (July 30-31), before returning to France for the next round at Albertville (August 20-21). The 2016 World Cup concludes in Antwerp, Belgium, on September 24-25, where the overall titles will be awarded. - What's Next? - Krakow, Poland, Trials #1 > May 20-21 - Last year’s results - 2015 Men 26" 1. Jack Carthy (GBR) 2. Vincent Hermance (FRA) 3. Nicolas Vallee (FRA) 2015 Women 26" Finals not held 2015 Men 20" Finals not held - What you should know about... - … the UCI Trials World Cup This is the 17th edition of the UCI Trials World Cup. The series stretches back to the first ever event, in Hanover, Germany, in 2000. This is the third consecutive year that Krakow, Poland, will host the opening round. Antwerp, Belgium, the UCI World Cup Final for 2016, holds the record for most appearances in the World Cup: 2016 is its seventh consecutive year on the calendar. (source: UCI Trials)
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We are shocked by the news of national commissaire Dany's sudden death
Tatiana Janícková & the power of pink
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Last but not least, thanks to these companies and the city of Antwerp, we are able to organise this event at the highest level possible.
Without them the World Cup Trial wouldn't be a true success!