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2023 Pro Cycling Calendar

2023 Pro Cycling Calendar

The 2023 race calendar breaks with tradition by moving the World Championships to early August, between the Tour de France and the Vuelta a España.…

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The 2023 race calendar breaks with tradition by moving the World Championships to early August, between the Tour de France and the Vuelta a España. This will also be the year in which an extensive calendar of races outside Europe returns, and several races will be born that will make the season more interesting. In this article, we will analyse all the changes and enable you to download the race calendar to follow the frenetic activity of the season more easily. The Calendar

In the image, you can see the complete men’s calendar for the 2023 season, which will hopefully end on October 17 with the Tour of Guangxi, cancelled the last 3 years. We recommend downloading it in high resolution through the links below. We also provide links to download each quarter separately. The images can be printed to paste on the wall of your bedroom, for example, should you wish to absorb the glorious calendar even in the midst of sleep.

High resolution images: Quarter 1:

In January, we have the return of the Australian races, the Vuelta a San Juan and La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, early season classics that have not been contested since 2020. In addition, the Clàssica Comunitat Valenciana is upgraded to category 1.1 (the lowest category that allows the participation of WorldTeams) and will inaugurate the season in Europe. The Grand Prix Criquielion (March 4) and the Elfstedenrace Friesland (March 5) are also promoted to category 1.1.

In the new races section, there are three […]

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