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This is the 2024 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup calendar

The 2024 Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup dates and venues have been revealed. Learn about all the big downhill/cross-country events and watch highlights from the 2023 season right here.
Written by Rajiv Desai
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Martin Vidaurre races at the UCI XCC World Cup in Mairipora, Brazil on April 13, 2024.
© Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool
The UCI have released the calendar for the 2024 Whoop UCI Mountain Bike World Series season for the Downhill (DH), Cross-country Short Track (XCC), Cross-country Olympic (XCO) and Enduro (EDR) disciplines.
The 2024 calendar features six stops for the enduro racers, seven stops for the downhillers and eight for the cross-country elite. There is one new venue for downhill in Bielsko-Biała in Poland, while there are four for the cross-country men and women: Mairiporã and Araxá, both in Brazil; Crans-Montana in Switzerland; and Lake Placid in the United States.
Scroll on down below to see the full calendar while this is the place where you can watch highlights from all the downhill and cross-country racing at each round of the 2024 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup series (not EDR).

2024 UCI Mountain Bike World Series and World Championship calendar

  • April 12-14: Mairiporã, Brazil (XCO/XCC)
  • April 19-21: Araxá, Brazil (XCO/XCC)
  • May 3-5: Fort William, Scotland (DH)
  • May 10-12: Finale Outdoor Region, Italy (EDR)
  • May 17-19: Bielsko Biala, Poland (DH/EDR)
  • May 24-26: Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic (XCO/XCC)
  • June 7-9: Leogang, Austria (DH/EDR)
  • June 14-16: Val di Sole, Italy (DH/XCO/XCC)
  • June 21-23: Crans-Montana, Switzerland (XCO/XCC)
  • June 25-July 7: Haute-Savoie, France (DH/EDR/XCO/XCC)
  • July 12-14: Valais, Switzerland (EDR)
  • August 28-September 1: UCI Mountain Bike World Championships – Pal Arinsal/Vallnord, Andorra (DH/XCO/XCC)
  • September 6-8: Loudenvielle, France (DH/EDR)
  • September 27-29: Lake Placid, United States (XCO/XCC)
  • October 4-6: Mont-Saint-Anne, Canada (DH/XCO/XCC)
Live coverage of the downhill and cross-country races at the UCI Mountain Bike World Series can be found on YouTube, the UCI Mountain Bike World Series website and the GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+ platforms depending on the race. Red Bull TV will feature highlights from each round of the World Cup after the end of racing.
Downhill
  • Junior category: available for free live on YouTube and the UCI Mountain Bike World Series website – also live on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+
  • Elite semi-finals: available for free live on YouTube and the UCI Mountain Bike World Series website – also live on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+
  • Finals: live on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+
Cross-country
  • Elite short track: live on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+
  • U23 XCO: available for free live on YouTube and the UCI Mountain Bike World Series website – Also live on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+
  • Elite XCO: live on GCN+, Eurosport and Discovery+
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Mairiporã, Brazil

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Cross-country highlights –Mairiporã

Watch the XC highlights from Mairiporã, the first stop of the 2024 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup season.

The Whoop UCI Mountain Bike World Cup season kicked-off with a cross-country-only round at a new venue for the series in Mairiporã. Britain's Evie Richards enjoyed a winning start in the Women's XCC short track race. She won by seven seconds from Australian Rebecca Henderson with Swiss rider Alessandra Keller taking third. In the men's race, New Zealander Sam Gaze edged out German Luca Schwarzbauer and Chilean Martín Vidaurre for the win.
Evie Richards approaches the finish line at UCI XCC World Cup in Mairipora, Brazil on April 13, 2024, on her way to winning the women's competition.

Evie Richards started her 2024 XCC season the perfect way

© Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool

Martin Vidaurre racing during the UCI XCC World Cup in Mairipora, Brazil on April 13, 2024.

A good weekend all-round for Martín Vidaurre in Mairiporã

© Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool

Former U23 World Champion Vidaurre also put in a strong performance in the Men's XCO race, finishing fifth. American Christopher Blevins took the win, with Victor Koretzky in second and Filippo Colombo finishing third. In the Women's XCO, Sweden's Jenny Rissveds got the better of American's Savilia Blunk and Haley Batten in the last lap of that race.

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