The second round of the 2019-2020 UCI Cyclocross World Cup goes off on Sunday, Sept. 22 at the Trek CXC Cup. After Maghalie Rochette took the big win in the elite women’s race at the Iowa World Cup last weekend, it’s a day of cyclocross racing Canadians absolutely should not miss. To watch Sundays’s World Cup live in Canada, you can tune into FloBikes.

Maghalie Rochette at the 2018 Waterloo World Cup. Photo: Molly Hurford

Like at the opening round, there will be loads of Canadians on the startline like U23 champion Ruby West, Michael van den Ham and Jenn Jackson. While there are some notable absences like Sanne Cant who is skipping this year’s North American World Cup stops. On the men’s side, Mathieu van der Poel is preparing for road worlds, while Wout van Aert is still sidelined with a knee injury sustained at the Tour de France.

With rain in the forecast leading into the weekend, it’s likely racers will face the first mud fest of the year. It’s the third edition of the World Cup to come to Waterloo at Trek’s global headquarters but there has never been muddy conditions. Instead the course has been characterized by fast, dusty conditions.

Canadians who want to follow the UCI Cyclocross World Cup, FloBikes is the place to go. FloSports is a distributor of live digital sporting events. To get started with FloBikes, you will need to purchase a subscription package. You can pay for a calendar year of FloBikes content which will cost $150 and come out to $13 a month. With the subscription, you can watch events live, and gain access to highlights and replays. You can watch FloBikes on your computer or using the FloSports app through Roku, Apple TV 4 or your IOS device.

Alternatively, if you miss the action live you can find highlights on the UCI’s Youtube channel.

Michael Van Den Ham at the Waterloo, Wisconsin stop of the 2017 UCI World Cup. Photo: Andre Cheuk
Elite Men – UCI Cyclocross World Cup – Waterloo, Wisconsin

1:30 PM Central Time – Sept. 22, 2019

Elite Women – UCI Cyclocross World Cup – Waterloo, Wisconsin

3:00 PM Central Time – Sept. 22, 2019

Following the World Cup in Waterloo, the series takes a month hiatus before resuming in Bern, Switzerland on Oct. 20.

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