UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Lenzerheide
Race Programme 2021
All times and races for this year's UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Lenzerheide.
|Friday, 3 September|
|8.30 – 11.45 am||Downhill Training – All riders|
|9.30 am – 2.30 pm||Cross Country Training|
|12.15 pm||World Cup Downhill Seeding Run – Juniors Women|
|12.30 pm||World Cup Downhill Qualification – Juniors Men|
|1.30 pm||World Cup Downhill Qualification – Women Elite|
|2.00 pm||World Cup Downhill Qualification – Men Elite|
|3.45 – 5.15 pm||XC Short Track Training – Women|
|5.30 pm||World Cup Cross Country Short Track – Women Elite*|
|6.15 pm||World Cup Cross Country Short Track – Men Elite*|
|Saturday, 4 September|
|8.15 – 9.15 am||Downhill Training|
|9.45 am||World Cup Downhill Final – Juniors Men|
|10.30 am||World Cup Downhill Final – Juniors Women|
|10.50 am – 12.05 pm||Downhill Training|
|12.30 pm||World Cup Downhill Final – Women Elite*|
|1.30 pm||World Cup Downhill Final – Men Elite*
followed by the winner ceremony
|Sunday, 5 September|
|8.30 am||World Cup Cross Country Olympic – Women U23|
|10.15 am||World Cup Cross Country Olympic– Men U23|
World Cup Cross Country Olympic – Women Elite
|2.50 pm||World Cup Cross Country Olympic – Men Elite
followed by winner ceremony, women elite and men elite
*The races will be broadcast live on redbull.tv.
Find out more about the cross country and downhill tracks in Lenzerheide.
Cross Country track
The cross country track, also called Ninos Gold Trail by ÖKK, was ridden for the first time at the BMC Racing Cup 2014. After three editions of the UCI MTB World Cup and the UCI MTB World Championships, it is considered by the top riders to be technically demanding and physically very challenging. The many overtaking opportunities offer the best conditions for exciting races.
The 4 km long course leads from the Bike Arena southwards through the Seewald and northwards into the Tgapalotta area. The south and north loops offer many clear spots from which the race can be experienced up close.
This year there are slight adjustments to the course, the ascent to Heidis Hell now goes over the FLOWline and thus includes technical and steep passages.
The STRAIGHTline was planned and built by Trailworks together with downhill legend Steve Peat.
The 2.5 km long course is fast, packed with technical key sections and spectacular jumps. Spectator magnets are the #fullgas jump, the «Plunge» drop and the action-packed finish.
All results of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Lenzerheide 2019.