The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has announced the successful bids for upcoming World Championships and in response to the sport’s continued growth, 11 countries including Turkey, Canada, Poland, Germany and the USA have been awarded hosting rights for 15 flagship events across seven cycling disciplines up to 2020.
Mont Ste. Anne, Quebec has been chosen to play host to the 2019 UCI mountain bike world championships and Masters Mountain Bike Championships.
Organizers have 60 days to confirm its budget before the right to host to the event becomes official.
Mont Ste. Anne will host the event for a record third time, after 1998 and 2010, and it will be the fourth time it is held in Canada. The 1992 world championships were in Bromont, Que.