Nations' Cup Hungary

Road Cycling Junior World Cup - August 16-17., 2023

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March 15, 2023

Per Strand Hagenes earns his first professional victory

The winner of the Albert Achterhes Profronde van Drenthe one-day race Per Strand Hagenes has reached another milestone.

February 19, 2023

Changes to the 2023 Nations’ Cup Series race calendar

Hungary is hosting the best cyclist of the junior age group for the fourth time in the season ahead – an Italian race has also joined the series.

December 18, 2022

French continental team signs the 2022 Hungarian Nations’ Cup winner

Poland’s Hubert Grygowski will continue his career with CIC U Nantes Atlantique.

December 11, 2022

The Ibrány stage winner continues in Bora-hansgrohe’s junior team

Karl Kurits, the Estonian stage winner of this year’s One Belt One Road Nations’ Cup, has signed a contract with German Team Auto Eder and will also be team-mate in Hungary.

December 6, 2022

Hungary’s first Nations’ Cup winner goes pro

In 2020, in a historic sporting achievement, Hungary could join the Nations’ Cup series in the junior road cycling. The only event of the series was held in the Nyíregyháza area due to the Covid virus situation.

November 10, 2022

Here is the 2023 Nations’ Cup Series race calendar

Hungary is hosting the best cyclist of the junior age group for the fourth time in the season ahead.

October 27, 2022

Nations’ Cup Hungary: high expectations of the race

This year, the One Belt One Road Nations’ Cup Hungary junior road world cup was held for the third time between 17 and 19 August. The three-day event in and around Nyíregyháza featured a prologue and two road race stages. The year 2022 will once again be a milestone for the development of the race. We asked race director János Solymosi about these and much more.

October 15, 2022

The seventh place finisher of the 2021 Hungarian World Cup race has become a world champion on the track

Dylan Bibic, still only nineteen years old, won the rainbow jersey in the Scratch race.

October 10, 2022

2021 Hungarian World Cup winner Per Strand Hagenes wins the U23 Paris-Tours

One Belt One Road Nations’ Cup Hungary 2021 yellow jersey winner Per Strand Hagenes of Norway won the Paris-Tours 1.2U on 9 October, where the 2020 Hungarian World Youth Cup champion Tobias Lund Andresen of Denmark also finished in the top ten.

September 29, 2022

The winners of the Hungarian Nations’ Cup were also at the Wollongong World Championships

Denmark’s Tobias Lund Andresen, Norway’s Per Strand Hagenes and Poland’s Huber Grygowski also competed at the World Road Championships in September.


Nations Cup Hungary Stage 1
Nations Cup Hungary Stage
Nations Cup Hungary Stage 2/B


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