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The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup returns to Mont-Sainte-Anne in 2024


Mont Sainte-Anne, Beaupré, October 17, 2023 - Following the resounding success of the 28th edition of the Mont-Sainte-Anne UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, which set the crowds on fire from October 5 to 9, the Corporation Événement d'été de Québec is pleased to announce the return of this major sporting event from October 4 to 6, 2024.

Warner Bros Discovery (WBD), tasked by the International Cycling Union (UCI) with organizing the Mountain Bike World Series, has revealed the competition calendar spanning 15 weekends across 10 countries in Europe, South America, and North America.

“We're proud that Warner Bros Discovery is once again entrusting us with the organization of the World Series Finals, says Marie-France Couture, Executive Producer for the Corporation Événements d'été de Québec. The Mont-Sainte-Anne stage has been part of the UCI calendar for three decades, but nothing was taken for granted! The high quality of the event we delivered in 2023 met WBD's expectations and confirmed their desire to return to the Côte-de-Beaupré! This announcement is fantastic news for the region, mountain bike enthusiasts and our athletes.”

An iconic stop on the World Series since 1991, Mont-Sainte-Anne will once again have the privilege of hosting the World Cup finals of the Cross-Country World Cup (XCO and XCC) and the legendary Downhill World Cup (DHI). The Mouvement Production team will once again be at the helm of the event’s production.

“Mouvement Production is delighted to be embarking on the adventure of this 29th World Cup," adds Ian Beaulieu, co-founder of Mouvement Production and Production Director. We can count on an extremely experienced team, and we already have a number of ideas for promising spectators a colorful next edition. We know that hundreds of volunteers, collaborators and partners are eager to mark their calendars for October 4-6, 2024.

Key figures for the 2023 Mont-Sainte-Anne UCI Mountain Bike World Cup :

  • 45,000 visitors over the 5 days of activities;

  • 584 athletes from 38 countries on the starting line;

  • 123 exhibitors and teams in the Exhibitors' Village;

  • 330 young athletes at the KIDOVÉLO

  • 50 athletes registered for the Pump Track competitions

In a few weeks, the organizers will have the official results of a new ridership study as well as information on the economic spinoffs generated by the Mont-Sainte-Anne UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.


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