A total of 23 races are part of the UCI Gravel World Series, through which ambitious amateur riders can qualify for the World Championships in october 2024 in Belgium.
Gravel racing has been firmly established on the UCI racing calendar for a few years now. The highlight of the year: the World Championships in autumn. In 2024, these will take place in Belgium, more precisely in the “Brabantse Wouden” in the region of “Vlaams-Brabant”. On october 05 and 06, professional riders as well as hobby cyclists will compete for the world champion title. © Felix Homann To participate in the World Championships, hobby cyclists need to qualify for the main gravel-event. Qualification is possible via the UCI Gravel World Series which is a total of 23 events, spread around the world. At every of these one-day-race the first 25 per cent of in each age group will qualify for the UCI Gravel World Championships. Events all over the world
17 of these events will take place in Europe. In addition, there are two in Australia and one each in South Africa, Kenya, Canada, and the United States of America.
In Europe Germany will host two events, as well as Spain and the Netherlands. One each will take place in Denmark, Sweden, Italy, France, Andorra, Poland, Scotland, Great Britain and Belgium.
Also newly added is an event at the Wörthersee region in Austria. © Felix Homann At each of the events, there are two different course lengths – depending on the age […]