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Top SRAM riders are ready to go wheel to wheel at the UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire Sept. 21-29th.
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Marianne Vos (NED) of CCC-Liv Team and reigning world champ, Anna van der Breggen (NED) are expected to battle it out as the Elite Women’s race favorites. Vos comes to the race as the higher-ranked of the two with a big win at La Course and GC wins at the Tour de l’Ardeche and Tour of Norway. Perhaps most importantly, she’s also bagged the GC at this year’s Tour of Yorkshire. But 2015 world champ, Lizzie Deignan is looking to prove that she’s back in top form while performing for her hometown fans in Otley as she races by.

Yet, this super stacked field also includes SRAM-backed Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team members Amalie Dideriksen (2018 world champ) and Chantal Blaak (2017 world champ) that are looking to win back the rainbow stripes. Chloé Dygert Owen (USA) was unstoppable at the Colorado Classic this year sweeping every stage of the race. This commanding performance makes the young rider the dark horse to watch.

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CANYON//SRAM Racing is sure to be a factor in both the road race and TTT. Kasia Niewiadoma (POL) and Lisa Klein (GER) are both having an outstanding season. While Alice and Hannah Barnes are looking to impress their home country fans.

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Both the women and men of Trek-Segafredo are having a strong year. Multi-time world champ Ellen van Dijk (NED) is always a threat in the TT, and Giulio Ciccone’s (ITL) two days in the yellow jersey at this year’s Tour de France put him in the spotlight as well.

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In the Elite Men’s race, Team KATUSHA ALPECIN’s Ruben Guerreiro of Portugal and Nils Politt of Germany delivered strong performances at the Vuelta a Espana and Tour of Britain respectively. Politt is rapidly climbing the WorldTour ranks and worlds offers another opportunity for the tall German to shine.

Young UK star, Tom Pidcock is primed to win the U23 road race after earning rainbow stripes once already this year at cross worlds. Defending U23 TT champ, Mikkel Bjerg (NED) of Hagens Berman Axeon is the time trial race favorite.

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SRAM Roster for UCI Road World Championship

Boels-Dolmans Pro Cycling (Elite Women)

Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands) – road race, time trial

Amy Pieters (Netherlands) – road race

Chantal Blaak (Netherlands) – road race

Katie Hall (United States) – road race

Amalie Dideriksen (Denmark) – road race

Christine Majerus (Luxemburg) – road race

Karol-Ann Canuel (Canada) – road race, time trial 


CANYON//SRAM Racing (Elite Women)

Alena Amialiusik (Belarus) – road race, time trial

Elena Cecchini (Italy) – road race

Tiffany Cromwell (Australia) – road race

Kasia Niewiadoma (Poland) – road race

Rotem Gafinovitz (Israel) – road race, time trial

Omer Shapira (Israel) – road race, time trial

Lisa Klein (German) – road race, time trial

Ella Harris (New Zealand) – road race

Alice Barnes (Great Britain) – road race, time trial

Hannah Barnes (Great Britain) – road race


CCC Liv (Elite Women)

Valerie Demey (Belgium) – road race

Riejanne Markus (Netherlands) – mixed team relay

Marta Lach (Poland) – road race

Agnieszka Skalniak (Poland) – road race, time trial

Marianne Vos (Netherlands) – road race

Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (Spain) – road race, time trial


Sho-Air Twenty20 Professional Cycling (Elite Women)

Chloé Dygert Owen (United States) – road race, time trial

Trek-Segafredo (Elite Men and Women)

Anna Plichta (Poland) – road race, time trial

Bauke Mollema (Netherlands) – road race, team time trial

Michael Gogl (Austria) – road race

Elisa Long Borghni (Italy) – road race, time trial

Ruth Winder (United States) – road race

Jasper Stuyven (Belgium) – road race

Toms Skujins (Latvia) – road race

Tayler Wiles (United States) – road race

Letizia Paternoster (Italy) – road race

Mads Pedersen (Denmark) – road race

Lizzie Deignan (United Kingdom) – road race

John Degenkolb (Germany) – road race

Julien Bernard (France) – road race



Ruben Guerreiro (Portugal) – road race

Nils Politt (Germany) – road race, time trial

Nathan Haas (New Zealand) – road race

Dmitry Stakhov (Russia) – road race

Marco Haller (Austria) – road race

Alex Dowsett (Great Britain) – time trial


Hagens Berman Axeon (U23 Men)

Ian Garrison (United States) – road race, time trial

Kevin Vermaerke (United States) – road race

Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark) – road race, time trial

Andre Carvalho (Portugal) – road race


Team WIGGINS Le Col (U23 Men)

Tom Pidcock (Great Britain) – road race

Ben Healy (Ireland) – road race, time trial

James Fouche (New Zealand) – road race

Samuel Jenner (Australia) – road race



Hang out at the SRAM Studio

We are partnering with Prologue Performance Cycling to host the SRAM Studio: a hub for riding, creating, spectating, and celebrating.

From September 20-29, visit the SRAM Studio for daily road and gravel rides on eTap AXS, art projects and creative workshops, meet and greets with pro athletes, panel discussions, local drink and fare, live race viewing, and more.


Prologue Performance Cycling, Wellington House, Cold Bath Rd, Harrogate HG2 0NA, UK


September 20-29
9am – 7pm daily



Saturday, September 21

  • 9-10am: Mixed relay training – Harrogate
  • Para-cycling - Multiple races throughout the day - Harrogate

Sunday, September 22

  • 1:10-3:37pm: TT Mixed relay race - Harrogate

Monday, September 23

  • 10:10-11:22am Women Junior ITT - Harrogate
  • 13:10-4:41pm Men Junior ITT - Harrogate

Tuesday, September 24

  • 10:10-12:29pm Men U23 ITT – Start in Ripon/ Finish in Harrogate
  • 2:40-4:45pm Women Elite ITT – Start in Ripon/ Finish in Harrogate

Wednesday, September 25

  • 10-12pm Road Race training – Harrogate Circuit only
  • 1:10-4:04pm Men Elite ITT - Start in Northallerton/ Finish in Harrogate 

Thursday, September 26

  • 12-15:25pm Men Junior Road Race – Start in Richmond/ Finish in Harrogate

Friday, September 27

  • 8:40-11:05am Women Junior Road Race – Starting in Doncaster/ Finish in Harrogate
  • 2:10-7:21pm Men U23 Road Race– Starting in Doncaster/ Finish in Harrogate 

Saturday, September 28

  • 11:40am-15.36pm Women Elite Road Race – Starting in Bradford/ Finish in Harrogate

Sunday, September 29

  • 8:40am-3.49pm Men Elite Road Race – Starting in Leeds/ Finish in Harrogate

Additional details available here.