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UCI: Where to watch live TV coverage

UCI: Where to watch live TV coverage

Published by May Norman at 11:51am 12th September 2019. (Updated at 12:02pm 12th September 2019)

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Where can I watch the UCIs on the TV?

The 2019 UCI Road World Championships across Yorkshire - fom Saturday 22 September to Sunday 29 September. 

With each race travelling around Harrogate, Craven and Wharfedale - and ALL will finish in Harrogate town centre.

During the 9-day event, the world's best cyclists will each compete for the rainbow jersey.

The UCI Road World Championships cover team time-trials, individual time-trials, along with the longer road race for each category.

UCI 2018 Riders climb a hill surrounded by fans on a nice day

If you can't get out to watch the UCIs, we've put together a complete guide to this year's TV coverage.

Here is how you can keep up with the action as it happens:

The Road World Championships will be available to watch through the BBC via the Red Button on TV and iPlayer. 

Sunday, 22 September

  • 13:00 -16:00 - Team time trial mixed relay, BBC Two


Monday, 23 September

  • 10:00 -12:05 - Women's junior time trial, BBC Red Button 
  • 13:30 -17:00 - Men's junior time trial, BBC Red Button 


Tuesday, 24 September

  • 10:00 -12:50 - Under-23s men's time trial, BBC Red Button 
  • 14:30 -17:15 - Women's time trial, BBC Two


Wednesday, 25 September

  • 13:30-16:30 - Men's time trial, BBC Two


Thursday, 26 September

  • 12:00 - 16:10 - Junior men's road race, BBC Red Button


Friday, 27 September

  • 08:30 - 11:40 - Women's junior road race, BBC Red Button
  • 14:10 - 19:30 - Under-23s men's road race, BBC Red Button


Saturday, 28 September

  • 11:30 - 16:30 - Women's road race, BBC Two


Sunday, 29 September

  • 08:30 - 11:00 - Men's road race, BBC Red Button 
  • 11:00 - 16:30 - Men's road race, BBC Two


Elsewhere, Eurosport will also be covering the Elite action live.

 

 

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