2023-24 Cyclo-cross Season Calendar
Dean Harvey in action during the 2023 Cyclo-cross National Championships (Picture: AtomCreates)
The key dates for the 2023-24 Irish Cyclo-cross season calendar have been confirmed.
After a momentous 2022-23 season that saw the discipline underline its growing popularity with an historic first-ever UCI World Cup event in Ireland – the upcoming Cyclo-cross season is set to be bigger than ever.
After the successful inaugural edition last season, the Cyclo-cross National Series returns and is expanded to six rounds – including a UCI C2 race in Clonmel for Round Two.
Beginning on September 17th, the best Cyclo-cross riders will compete in six rounds around the country before its conclusion on January 7th – just a week before the National Championships.
The National Championships will be held in Co. Limerick as Greenmount Cycling Academy play host on January 14th while the Provincial Championships are scheduled to be held on December 10th.
And after over 8,000 fans helped make the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup Dublin stage an unforgettable occasion, the world’s best riders will be back on the Sport Ireland Campus once again on November 26th.
A host of provincial events will also be held during the season in addition to the National Series and Provincial and National Championships, further details will be released as events are confirmed.
2023-24 Cyclo-cross Season Calendar Highlights
September 17th – National Series Round One - VC Glendale (Ulster)
October 15th – UCI C2 Race/ National Series Round Two – Clonmel CC (Munster)
October 22nd – National Series Round Three – Westport Covey Wheelers (Connacht)
November 12th – National Series Round Four – Upperchurch Drombane CC (Munster)
November 26th – UCI World Cup Dublin – Sport Ireland Campus
December 10th – Provincial Championships
December 30th – National Series Round Five – Bellurgan Wheelers (Leinster)
January 7th – National Series Round Six – Team WORC (Leinster)
January 14th – National Championships – Greenmount Cycling Academy (Munster)