UCI Road World Championships Cycling
Driven by our office in Denmark, Zenitel is a proud Event Partner for the upcoming UCI Road World Championships Cycling in Copenhagen, and is the key supplier for all communications equipment at the event. The world championship takes place September 19th to 25th, and is broadcasted to millions around the world.
Keep an eye out for Vingtor-Stentofon banners around the track and near the finish line.
The first UCI Road World Championships were organised in 1927. Nowadays, they are usually raced on a circuit of between 12 to 17 km, with a group start, over a total distance of approximately 260 km. The individual time-trial discipline was introduced on the World Championships programme in 1994. It is raced over a distance of 40 to 50 km for professionals. Riders start individually, at regular intervals (1 to 2 minutes). The competitor with the best time is declared the winner.
15h00 Time trial training sessions, all categories
10h00-11h45 Time trial Junior Women, 13,9 km
13h00-17h30 Time trial Under 23 Men, 35,2 km (2x17,6 km)
09h30-13h15 Time trial Junior Men, 27,8 km (2x13,9 km)
14h00-17h10 Time trial Elite Women, 27,8 km (2x13,9 km)
12h30-17h05 Time trial Elite Men, 46,4 km (2x23,2 km)
09h30-11h55 Road race Junior Women, 70 km (5 x 14km)
13h00-17h15 Road race Under 23 Men, 168 km (12 x 14km)
Limburg 2012 Presentation
09h00-12h30 Road race Junior Men, 126 km (9 x 14km)
13h30-17h15 Road race Elite Women´, 140 km (10 x 14km)
10h00-17h05 Road race Elite Men, 266 km (17 x 14km + 28 km, from start in Copenhagen town center)