UCI Cycling

Cycling is one of the sports that Tissot has been most involved in, as it has been associated with various cycling events for the past 50 years. The brand had already been Official Timekeeper of the Tour de France from 1988 to 1992. Proud of its Swiss roots, Tissot got further involved in 1995 by joining forces with the UCI International Cycling Union. Since then, Tissot has been the official Timekeeper of road, trail, mountain-bike and BMX cycling world championships and world cup cycling time trials.

On average a professional cyclist can ride anywhere around 40,000km in a year. That’s approxiamately the circumference of the Earth (distance around Earth at the equator)
The fastestspeed ever recorded on a bicycle is held by Fred Rompelberg, who reached 167 miles per hour.
On averagea pro cyclist can ride anywhere around 25,000 miles in a year. That’s the same distance it would take to go from Los Angeles to New York City 10 times.
Track bikesdon't have any brakes and have just one gear, which means that riders must pedal constantly to keep going.
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UCI Cycling Latest news

The 2016 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships

The 2016 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships came to an end on Sunday in Val di Sole, Italy. The rainbow colour jerseys were awarded to reigning World Champion Rachel Atherton (Great Britain) in the women’s elite category and to her compatriot Danny Hart in the men’s elite category.

Congratulations to these great athletes! 



Nairo Quintana wins the Tour de Romandie

Nairo Quintana is the Tour de Romandie Champion. It was during the second stage of the race, as he was heading for Morgins, that he took the lead, overtaking Thibaut Pinot and his teammate Ion Izaguirre, who won the prologue in La Chaux-de-Fonds. It is a good confidence boost for the Colombian racer before the Tour de France. Many great athletes went on to win the Tour de France after winning the Tour de Romandie, such as Cadel Evans, Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome. It therefore makes him one to watch.



UCI Cycling Calendar

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    Past events

    • 07.01.2015 - 08.01.2015
      Cali, Colombia
    • 18.02.2015 - 22.02.2015
      Paris, France
    • 23.07.2015 - 27.07.2015
      Heusden-Zolder, Belgium
    • 31.08.2015 - 06.09.2015
      Vallnord, Andorra
    • 19.09.2015 - 27.09.2015
      Richmond, USA
    • 02.03.2016 - 06.03.2016
      UK - Track World Championships - London
    • 25.05.2016 - 29.05.2016
      Colombia - BMX World Championships - Medellin
    • 28.06.2016 - 03.07.2016
      Czech Republic - MTB and Trials World Championships - Nove Mesto
    • 06.09.2016 - 11.09.2016
      Italy - MTB and Trials World Championships - Val di Sole
    • 09.10.2016 - 16.10.2016
      Doha - Road World Championships - Qatar