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This is the 2021 UCI MTB World Cup calendar

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The 2021 Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup dates and venues have been revealed. Read on to find out about all the DH and XCO venues.
Written by Rajiv DesaiUpdated on
The UCI have released the calendar for the 2021 Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup season. There will only be six rounds for both XCO and DH in 2021.
For the first time in a while there are no visits to new locations, while regular World Cup favourites Mont-Sainte-Anne and Vallnord miss out as venues. Notably Leogang hosts a dual DH and XCO round for the first time. The World Championships take place in Val di Sole, Italy. The Olympics loom large for the cross-country racers with their medal races taking place in Tokyo in the latter part of July.

2021 UCI World Cup and World Championship calendar

  • April 24-25: (DH) Maribor, Slovenia
  • May 8-9: (XCO) Albstadt, Germany
  • May 15-16: (XCO) Nové Město, Czech Republic
  • May 22-23: (DH) Fort William, UK
  • June 12-13: (DH/XCO) Leogang, Austria
  • July 3-4: (DH/XCO) Les Gets, France
  • August 24–29: UCI MTB World Championships – Val di Sole, Italy
  • September 4-5: (DH/XCO) Lenzerheide, Switzerland
  • September 18-19: (DH/XCO) Snowshoe, USA
The staging of these World Cup events will depend on the health situation in the regions concerned and the calendar may be subject to change next year.
Thibaut Daprela performs at UCI DH World Cup in Maribor, Slovenia on October 16th, 2020
Hopefully we'll see crowds return to the World Cup in 2021

This is how you can watch the Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup

Every round of the Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup will be available to watch on Red Bull TV until the end of the 2022 season. There is live coverage of downhill (DH) and cross-country (XCO) finals from every round.
At DH only rounds, finals will be on a Sunday of a weekend. For dual-rounds, DH finals will be on Saturday with XCO finals on a Sunday.
Commentary of the races on Red Bull TV will be available in several languages depending on where the the round is. English will always be the default language used but there has been commentary of races in the past in Spanish, German and French.
Red Bull TV is available to watch online via your browser, through the Red Bull TV App (on most devices) or alternatively connect to Red Bull TV if you have a Smart TV.