UCI MTB World Cup Lenzerheide

The mountain biking elite visits Lenzerheide

When do the Mountain Bike World Cup races take place and which locations do the routes pass through? Here you will find all the information on the race programme from 7th to 9th July 2017 to ensure that you don’t miss a single race. Brief descriptions of the cross country and the downhill tracks, two route maps and altitude profiles will provide you with a good insight into the two MTB World Cup tracks.

> Startlist & Results

Race programme

Friday, 7th July  
12.15 h World Cup Downhill - Qualifying Round - Women Juniors
12.30 h World Cup Downhill - Qualifying Round - Men Juniors
13.30 h World Cup Downhill - Qualifying Round - Women Elite
14.00 h World Cup Downhill - Qualifying Round - Men Elite

 

Saturday, 8th July  
10.00 h World Cup Downhill  - Final - Women Juniors
10.30 h World Cup Downhill - Final - Men Juniors
13.00 h World Cup Downhill - Final - Women Elite
14.00 h World Cup Downhill - Final - Men Elite

 

Sunday, 9th July  
8.30 h World Cup Cross-Country-Olympic - Women U23
10.15 h World Cup Cross-Country-Olympic - Men U 23
12.15 h World Cup Cross-Country-Olympic - Women Elite 
14.45 h World Cup Cross-Country-Olympic - Men Elite 

 

Cross country track information

The layout of the cross country track was used in a race for the first time in the BMC Racing Cup 2014. As an active cross country cyclist, Ralph Näf has significantly contributed to the design of the track. The track, which is a little over 4 km in length, leads from the area around the start/finish line at the Rothorn valley station, via a south loop through the Seewald and a north loop to the Tgapalotta area. It is considered to be technically challenging and rigorous among the cyclists. It deliberately integrates the natural conditions of the surroundings and is laid out in a particularly spectator-friendly manner.

> Cross country route map (pdf)
> Cross country track altitude profile (pdf)

 

Downhill track information

The downhill track corresponds to the STRAIGHTline in the Lenzerheide Bikepark and was tested in racing mode for the first time at the iXS Swiss Downhill Cup 2014. As a sponsor, downhill legend Steve Peat assisted the Trailworks team in an advisory capacity. High-speed and technical sections, as well as spectacular jumps alternate along the 2.5 km track. The spectacular final section, including the final jump is easily visible from the area around the finish line, whilst various other spectators’ areas are created along the track in striking sections.

> Downhill route map (pdf)
> Downhill track altitude profile (pdf)

Results 2015 & 2016

Information about the results from UCI MTB WC Lenzerheide 2015 and 2016 can be found below:

> 2016 Entries / Start Lists / Results / Standings

> 2015 Entries / Start Lists / Results / Standings

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