Nations' Cup Hungary

Road Cycling Junior World Cup - August 19-20-21, 2022

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Latest News

We have the date of next year’s European Indoor Cycling Championship, the Visegrad 4 Kerekparverseny, the Visegrad 4 Ladies Series – Hungary and the One Belt One Road Nations’ Cup Hungary

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has published its preliminary race calendar for 2022 following the Flemish World Championships at the end of September.

Norwegians win the 2021 youth Nations’ Cup series by a huge margin

Winning all three rounds of this year’s series, Norway finished at the top of the UCI rankings with a towering superiority – Hungary finished in 22nd place.

The winner of the Hungarian World Cup race was the 2021 youth world champion!

The first place winner of the One Belt One Road Nations’ Cup Hungary, the Norwegian Per Strand Hagenes, won the junior road race of the Flemish World Road Championship!

Stages

Prologue

Adatok Szakasz Prologue

Date:
August 20, 2021

Type of The Race:
Individual Time Trial

Start:
Nyíregyháza 12:00 (CE)

Finish:
Nyíregyháza ca. 14:30 (CE)

Distance:
3,8 km

Útvonalvideó Prologue

Stage 1/A

Adatok Szakasz 1/A

Date:
August 21, 2021

Type of The Race:
Road Race

Start:
Vásárosnamény 9:50 (CE)

Finish:
Vásárosnamény ca. 12:00 (CE)

Distance:
89,9 km

Útvonalvideó Szakasz 1/A

Stage 1/B

Adatok Szakasz 1/B

Date:
August 21, 2021

Type of The Race:
Road Race

Start:
Ibrány 17:15 (CE)

Finish:
Ibrány ca. 18:20 (CE)

Distance:
41,2 km

Útvonalvideó Szakasz 1/B

Stage 2

Adatok szakasz 2

Date:
August 22, 2021

Type of The Race:
Road Race

Start:
Nyíregyháza 11:00 (CE)

Finish:
Nyíregyháza ca. 13:40 (CE)

Distance:
108 km

Útvonalvideó Szakasz 3

Competition Venues

Nyíregyháza

The second most important city of the Northern Great Plain-region. It was mentioned for the first time with the name „Nyír” in 1209. The 7th biggest city of Hungary.

Vásárosnamény

According to the archeological finds, it has been inhabited since ancient times. It is a settlement from the times of the early Arpad-dynasty, its first written record comes from 1214.

Ibrány

The name of the township is derived from the male name „Ibrahim”. The name „Ibrány” appeared for the first time in 1280 in a warrant of King Ladislaus.

Jerseys

Jerseys

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