Mountain Bike World Series Dates

2023 UCI Mountain Bike World Series Dates & Venues

by 13

All this year’s UCI Mountain Bike World Series dates and venues in one handy place. Elite level Downhill, XC, Enduro and Marathon events.

Kicking things off is the Enduro series down under in March. Then the first XCO event is in May, followed by the opening round of the Downhill in June.

The various formats are explained beneath the Mountain Bike World Series dates and venue listings.

DHI – Dates & Venues

  • 08-11 June, Lenzerheide
  • 15-18 June, Leogang-Salzburgerland
  • 29 June-02 July, Val Di Sole Trentino
  • 24-27 August, Pal Arinsal
  • 01-03 September, Loudenville
  • 07-17 September, Les Portes Du Soleil
  • 27 September-01 October, Snowshoe
  • 05-08 October, Mont-Sainte-Anne

XCO – Dates & Venues

  • 11-14 May, Nove Mesto Na Morave
  • 08-11 June, Lenzerheide
  • 15-18 June, Leogang-Salzburgerland
  • 29 June-02 July, Val Di Sole Trentino
  • 24-27 August, Pal Arinsal
  • 07-17 September, Les Portes Du Soleil
  • 27 September-01 October, Snowshoe
  • 05-08 October, Mont-Sainte-Anne

XCC – Dates & Venues

  • 11-14 May, Nove Mesto Na Morave
  • 08-11 June, Lenzerheide
  • 15-18 June, Leogang-Salzburgerland
  • 29 June-02 July, Val Di Sole Trentino
  • 24-27 August, Pal Arinsal
  • 07-17 September, Les Portes Du Soleil
  • 27 September-01 October, Snowshoe
  • 05-08 October, Mont-Sainte-Anne

XCM – Dates & Venues

  • 11-14 May, Nove Mesto Na Morave
  • 02-04 June, Finale Outdoor Region
  • 07-17 September, Les Portes Du Soleil
  • 27 September-01 October, Snowshoe

EDR – Dates & Venues

  • 25-26 March, Maydena
  • 31 March-01 April, Derby
  • 02-04 June, Finale Outdoor Region
  • 15-18 June, Leogang-Salzburgerland
  • 24-25 June, Val Di Fassa Trentino
  • 01-03 September, Loudenville
  • 07-17 September, Les Portes Du Soleil

The different World Series race formats explained

DHI – Downhill

Simple. The fastest rider to the bottom against the clock wins. Practice day, followed by qualifying day, followed by race day.

XCO – Cross Country Olympic

A mass start, racing around a set number of laps, until the finish line is crossed. The start grid order is determined by racers’ performance in the preceding XCC race (see below).

XCC – Cross Country Short Track

Takes place the day before the XCO. Reduced length laps over a reduced overall distance.

XCM – Cross Country Marathon

In a word: grueling. 100km courses, usually of one huge lap of big terrain.

EDR – Enduro

Cumulative time trial on generally descending stages. Multiple timed stages across a day (or two) with time limits in place to reach the next timed stage.

Official Site: ucimtbworldseries.com

Coming in your inbox once a week

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Just by signing up you are supporting Singletrack World

Join our mailing list to receive Singletrack editorial wisdom directly in your inbox.

Each newsletter is headed up by an exclusive editorial from our team and includes stories and news you don’t want to miss.

Join us

Full Member Benefits

From unlimited access to content to discounts and offers on gear and services. All full membership comes with unlimited digital access & ad free website

While you’re here…

Thanks for popping by - why not stay a while?IT'S FREE

Sign up as a Singletrack Member and you can leave comments on stories, use the classified ads, and post in our forums, do quizzes and more.

Join us, join in, it’s free, and fun.


Search the forum using the power of Google

Viewing 13 posts - 1 through 13 (of 13 total)
  • 2023 UCI Mountain Bike World Series Dates & Venues
  • weeksy
    Full Member

    24-17 August, Pal Arinsal

    gbozo49
    Full Member

    No Fort William?

    GavinB
    Full Member

    World Champs are there in August.

    weeksy
    Full Member

    That’s not a UCI round, it’s the world championships

    dirkpitt74
    Full Member

    Any news on how much it’s going to cost to watch on Discovery+?

    weeksy
    Full Member

    £6.99 a month. POtentially only needed for the months of racing and can cancel.

    Some Sky subscriptions may have it free, as may also BT Sport subscribers…

    dirkpitt74
    Full Member

    @weeksy thanks – will check my sky subscription to see if we get it!

    mashr
    Full Member

    weeksy
    Full Member
    £6.99 a month. POtentially only needed for the months of racing and can cancel.

    Has that actually been confirmed? I thought that was just the current Discovery+ sub. Would be very strange if it wasn’t somehow rolled (maybe 2 options I suppose) into GCN+, especially when they covered a couple of live races last year as a tester.

    dirkpitt74
    Full Member

    Looks like I’m sorted – I get free Discovery+ with my Sky Q package.
    Hopefully it includes the MTB stuff.

    Rubber_Buccaneer
    Full Member

    https://www.instagram.com/reel/CnxFgVHo_Gz/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

    Now I just have to decide whether Discovery+ or GCN+ is most likely to offer anything extra that I’ll watch.

    ericf
    Free Member

    You probably want to edit this article that mentions “Kicking things off is the Enduro series down in New Zealand in March.”. The double header in March is in Tasmania. Not sure the locals of Maydena and Derby will be too chuffed.

    arkike
    Full Member

    EDR in Derby? Where exactly?

    dirkpitt74
    Full Member

    @arkike – Tasmania….

Viewing 13 posts - 1 through 13 (of 13 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Search the forum using the power of Google