29 April 2023
14:00 - 22:00
Fabriksporthalle, Fabriksporthalle, Wächtersbacher Str. 80
Frankfurt am Main, 60836 Germany
27 May 2023
11:00 - 23:30
Sporthalle Justus von Liebig Schule, Hans-Scheibmaier-Strasse 2
Bruckmühl, 83952 Germany
15 July 2023
08:00 - 17:00
Kolarovo, Slovakia, Kolarovo Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
21 October 2023
08:00 - 17:00
Nagybereg, UKR, Nagybereg Ukraine
28 October 2023
14:00 - 22:00
Sports Hall Kisvárda, Flórián Tér 3
Kisvárda, 4600 Hungary
11 November 2023
08:00 - 17:00
Bokod, Hungary, Bokod Hungary
25 November 2023
14:00 - 22:00
Sportshall Merelbeke, Sportstraat 1
Merelbeke, 9820 Belgium


Logo UCI WC - Artistic Cycling World Cup

The UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup is a competition series over 4 events: 3 preliminary tournaments and the world cup final.

Disciplinessingle women, single men, pair women, pair open, artistic cycling team 4 open.

The top 10 riders after the preliminaries are qualified for the final.

The eligibility of participation in the first, second and third tournament of the UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup depends on the highest ranking of each nation in the respective discipline at the recent UCI Indoor Cycling World Championships. The National Federations are entitled to register a maximum of riders or teams for the UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup.

For the 3 preliminary events world cup points are awarded to each rider, pair or ACT4-team.
The best 10 riders of each discipline are qualified for the final. The points awarded in the preliminaries are also valid for the final. In the final world cup event world cup points are awarded as follows

Indoor Cycling World Wide e. V. promotes the international development of artistic cycling and cycle-ball by giving new indoor cycling nations a hand.

In 2023, we are organizing the third international coach education for artistic cycling, combined with a training camp. And the preparation for the Cycling World Championship in Glasgow, Scottland

Artistic cycling coaches who want to expand their knowledge, newcomers and athletes who like to join the course together with their coach

Language: English, French and German.

Minimum number of participants: 20, maximum number of participants: 26

Organisation of the training business, methodical structure of the training, correct assistance for the athletes, practical tips for a successful training, rules lesson for coaches, training units for athletes and coaches.

The East European Cup Artistic Cycling (EEC) is a competition series about four tournaments. The EEC is organized in cooperation with artistic cycling clubs from the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia, and from Ukraine.

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