This summer, Mont-Sainte-Anne hosts UCI mountain bike world championships for a record third time.
The iconic Canadian venue is the longest running World Cup location, and has twice hosted world championships. The Quebec event handed out rainbow jerseys in 1998 and 2010.
This summer, UCI masters mountain bike world championships is joining the party. If you’re over 30, you have your own chance to race for glory with the best amateur athletes from around the world, on the parts of the same course as the worlds elite will race. The event takes place just before the elite championships, from August 21 – 23.
Registration is now open online at msa2019.com. To enter you must be 30 years old or over, and hold a valid UCI licence.