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UCI ProSeries

UCI ProSeries
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2024 UCI ProSeries
SportRoad bicycle racing
CountryEurope, Asia, Argentina and United States

The UCI ProSeries is the second tier men's elite road cycling tour. It was inaugurated in 2020. The series is placed below the UCI World Tour, but above the various regional UCI Continental Circuits.


In December 2018, the UCI announced various reforms to the structure and organisation of men's professional road racing.[1] One of the major changes is the introduction of a new division of races called the UCI ProSeries. With the introduction of the ProSeries, the UCI .HC road races disappeared from the calendar. In October 2019, the UCI published the 2020 UCI International Road Calendar, including the ProSeries.[2] The inaugural season of the ProSeries was planned to include 57 events, which were formerly World Tour, .HC or .1 events, but many were cancelled due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic of 2020–21.

Team participation

In events of the ProSeries, UCI WorldTeams may participate, up to a maximum of 70% in European races and 65% in other races. The rest of the teams participating may be UCI ProTeams, UCI Continental teams, or National teams.[3]


The inaugural UCI ProSeries calendar consisted of 57 events, of which 30 were one-day races (1.Pro) and 27 were stage races (2.Pro). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple events were cancelled, postponed or introduced in both 2020 and 2021 and the ProSeries calendar has been revised several times. The calendar features events in 19 countries on 4 continents: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey and United States.

Winners by race

Year 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024
Argentina Vuelta a San Juan Belgium Evenepoel (1/11) Cancelled Colombia MÁ López (2/2) Not on calendar
Spain Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana Slovenia Pogačar (1/5) Switzerland Küng Russia Vlasov (2/2) Portugal Costa (1/2) United States McNulty (2/3)
Portugal Figueira Champions Classic Not on calendar Part of UCI Europe Tour Belgium Evenepoel (10/11)
Spain Clásica de Almería Germany Ackermann (1/2) Italy Nizzolo (1/2) Norway Kristoff (1/3) Italy Moschetti Netherlands Kooij (4/4)
Oman Tour of Oman Cancelled Czech Republic Hirt United States Jorgenson United Kingdom A Yates (2/2)
France Tour de la Provence Colombia Quintana (1/2) Colombia Sosa (1/2) Colombia Quintana (2/2) Cancelled Part of UCI Europe Tour
Portugal Volta ao Algarve Belgium Evenepoel (2/11) Portugal Rodrigues Belgium Evenepoel (8/11) Colombia D Martínez (2/2) Belgium Evenepoel (11/11)
Spain Vuelta a Andalucía Denmark Fuglsang Colombia MÁ López (1/2) Netherlands Poels Slovenia Pogačar (5/5) No winner
France Faun-Ardèche Classic France Cavagna France Gaudu United States McNulty (1/3) France Alaphilippe (2/2) Spain Ayuso
Belgium Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne Denmark Asgreen Denmark M Pedersen (1/2) Netherlands Jakobsen (2/2) Belgium Benoot Belgium van Aert (4/4)
France Drôme Classic Australia Clarke Italy Bagioli (1/2) Denmark Vingegaard France Perez Switzerland Hirschi (4/4)
Italy Trofeo Laigueglia Italy Ciccone Netherlands Mollema Slovenia Polanc France Peters France L Martinez (2/2)
Belgium Nokere Koerse Cancelled Belgium Robeet Belgium Merlier (3/7) Belgium Merlier (4/7) Belgium Merlier (6/7)
Italy Milano–Torino France Démare (1/6) Slovenia Roglič (2/4) United Kingdom Cavendish (2/2) Netherlands de Kleijn Italy Bettiol
France GP de Denain Cancelled Belgium Philipsen (2/3) Germany Walscheid Colombia Molano Germany Steimle
Belgium Bredene Koksijde Classic Cancelled Belgium Merlier (2/7) Germany Ackermann (2/2) Belgium Thijssen Italy Mozzato
Spain GP Miguel Induráin Cancelled Spain Valverde France Barguil Spain I Izagirre United States McNulty (3/3)
Belgium Scheldeprijs Australia Ewan (1/2) Belgium Philipsen (1/3) Norway Kristoff (2/3) Belgium Philipsen (3/3) Belgium Merlier (7/7)
Belgium Brabantse Pijl France Alaphilippe (1/2) United Kingdom Pidcock United States Sheffield France Godon (1/2) France Cosnefroy (1/2)
Italy Tour of the Alps Cancelled United Kingdom S Yates France Bardet United Kingdom Geoghegan Hart Spain JP López
Turkey Presidential Tour of Turkey Cancelled Spain Díaz New Zealand Bevin Part of UCI Europe Tour Netherlands van den Broek
France GP du Morbihan Cancelled Belgium Marit France Simon Belgium De Lie (1/3) France Cosnefroy (2/2)
France Tro-Bro Léon Cancelled United Kingdom Swift France Hofstetter Italy Nizzolo (2/2) Belgium De Lie (3/3)
Hungary Tour de Hongrie Part of UCI Europe Tour Switzerland Hirschi (1/4) Belgium Nys
France 4 Jours de Dunkerque Cancelled Belgium Gilbert France Grégoire Republic of Ireland S Bennett
Norway Tour of Norway Cancelled United Kingdom Hayter Belgium Evenepoel (9/11) United Kingdom Tulett
France Boucles de la Mayenne Cancelled France Démare (3/6) France Thomas Spain Lazkano
Belgium Circuit Franco-Belge Cancelled Netherlands Jakobsen (1/2) Norway Kristoff (3/3) Belgium De Lie (2/3)
Belgium Brussels Cycling Classic Belgium Merlier (1/7) Belgium Evenepoel (6/11) Netherlands van der Hoorn France Démare (6/6)
Netherlands ZLM Tour Cancelled Netherlands Kooij (1/4) Netherlands Kooij (3/4) Part of UCI Europe Tour
Belgium Dwars door het Hageland Belgium Rickaert Norway Tiller (1/2) Netherlands Riesebeek Norway Tiller (2/2)
France Mont Ventoux Dénivelé Challenge Part of UCI Europe Tour France L Martinez (1/2) Not on calendar
Belgium Baloise Belgium Tour Cancelled Belgium Evenepoel (4/11) Switzerland Schmid Netherlands van der Poel (2/3)
Slovenia Tour of Slovenia Cancelled Slovenia Pogačar (2/5) Slovenia Pogačar (3/5) Italy Zana
China Tour of Qinghai Lake Part of UCI Asia Tour Eritrea Mulubrhan
Belgium Tour de Wallonie France Démare (2/6) United States Simmons Australia Stannard Italy Ganna
Spain Vuelta a Burgos Belgium Evenepoel (3/11) Spain Landa France Sivakov Slovenia Roglič (3/4)
Norway Arctic Race of Norway Cancelled Belgium Hermans Norway Leknessund United Kingdom Williams
Denmark Danmark Rundt Cancelled Belgium Evenepoel (5/11) France Laporte (2/2) Denmark M Pedersen (2/2)
Italy Gran Trittico Lombardo Spain G Izagirre Not on calendar
Germany Deutschland Tour Cancelled Germany Politt United Kingdom A Yates (1/2) Belgium Van Wilder (1/2)
United States Maryland Cycling Classic Cancelled Belgium Vanmarcke Denmark Skjelmose (2/2) Cancelled
United Kingdom Tour of Britain Cancelled Belgium van Aert (1/4) Spain Serrano (1/2) Belgium van Aert (2/4)
France GP de Fourmies Cancelled Italy Viviani Australia Ewan (2/2) Belgium Merlier (5/7)
Italy GP Industria & Artigianato Cancelled Belgium Vansevenant Italy Ulissi (2/2) Republic of Ireland Healy
Belgium GP de Wallonie Cancelled France Laporte (1/2) Netherlands van der Poel (1/3) Spain Serrano (2/2)
Italy Coppa Sabatini New Zealand Smith Denmark Valgren Colombia D Martínez (1/2) Switzerland Hirschi (2/4)
Belgium Primus Classic Cancelled France Sénéchal Belgium Meeus Netherlands van der Poel (3/3)
Luxembourg Tour de Luxembourg Italy Ulissi (1/2) Portugal Almeida Denmark Skjelmose (1/2) Switzerland Hirschi (3/4)
Germany Münsterland Giro Cancelled United Kingdom Cavendish (1/2) Netherlands Kooij (2/4) Norway Hagenes
Malaysia Tour de Langkawi Italy Celano Cancelled Colombia Sosa (2/2) United Kingdom Carr
Italy Giro dell'Emilia Russia Vlasov (1/2) Slovenia Roglič (1/4) Spain Mas Slovenia Roglič (4/4)
France Paris–Tours Denmark C Pedersen France Démare (4/6) France Démare (5/6) United States Sheehan
Italy Coppa Bernocchi Cancelled Belgium Evenepoel (7/11) Italy Ballerini Belgium van Aert (3/4)
Italy Tre Valli Varesine Cancelled Italy De Marchi Slovenia Pogačar (4/5) Belgium Van Wilder (2/2)
China Tour of Hainan Not on calendar Spain Sevilla Not on calendar
Italy Gran Piemonte New Zealand G Bennett United Kingdom Walls Spain García Cortina Italy Bagioli (2/2)
Italy Giro del Veneto Not on calendar Part of UCI Europe Tour France Godon (2/2)
China Tour of Taihu Lake Not on calendar New Zealand Jackson
Japan Japan Cup Cancelled United States Powless Portugal Costa (2/2)
Italy Veneto Classic Not on calendar Part of UCI Europe Tour Italy Formolo

Most race wins

Rank Cyclist Wins
1. Belgium Remco Evenepoel 11
2. Belgium Tim Merlier 7
3. France Arnaud Démare 6
4. Slovenia Tadej Pogačar 5
5. Switzerland Marc Hirschi 4
Netherlands Olav Kooij
Slovenia Primož Roglič
Belgium Wout van Aert
9. Belgium Arnaud De Lie 3
Norway Alexander Kristoff
United States Brandon McNulty
Belgium Jasper Philipsen
Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel

Race wins by country

Rank Nation Wins Riders
1.  Belgium 41 Evenepoel (11), Merlier (7), van Aert (4), De Lie (3), Philipsen (3), Van Wilder (2), Benoot, Gilbert, Hermans, Marit, Meeus, Nys, Rickaert, Robeet, Thijssen, Vanmarcke, Vansevenant
2.  France 28 Démare (6), Alaphilippe (2), Cosnefroy (2), Godon (2), Laporte (2), L Martinez (2), Bardet, Barguil, Cavagna, Gaudu, Grégoire, Hofstetter, Perez, Peters, Sénéchal, Simon, Sivakov, Thomas
3.  Italy 17 Bagioli (2), Nizzolo (2), Ulissi (2), Ballerini, Bettiol, Celano, Ciccone, De Marchi, Formolo, Ganna, Moschetti, Mozzato, Viviani, Zana
4.  Netherlands 15 Kooij (4), van der Poel (3), Jakobsen (2), de Kleijn, Mollema, Poels, Riesebeek, van den Broek, van der Hoorn
5.  Great Britain 13 Cavendish (2), A Yates (2), Carr, Geoghegan Hart, Hayter, Pidcock, Swift, Tulett, Walls, Williams, S Yates
 Spain Serrano (2), Ayuso, Díaz, García Cortina, G Izagirre, I Izagirre, Landa, Lazkano, JP López, Mas, Sevilla, Valverde
7.  Slovenia 10 Pogačar (5), Roglič (4), Polanc
8.  Colombia 9 MÁ López (2), D Martínez (2), Quintana (2), Sosa (2), Molano
 Denmark M Pedersen (2), Skjelmose (2), Asgreen, Fuglsang, C Pedersen, Valgren, Vingegaard
10.  United States 8 McNulty (3), Jorgenson, Powless, Sheehan, Sheffield, Simmons
11.  Norway 7 Kristoff (3), Tiller (2), Hagenes, Leknessund
12.  Switzerland 6 Hirschi (4), Küng, Schmid
13.  Germany 5 Ackermann (2), Politt, Steimle, Walscheid
14.  Australia 4 Ewan (2), Clarke, Stannard
 New Zealand G Bennett, Bevin, Jackson, Smith
 Portugal Costa (2), Almeida, Rodrigues
17.  Ireland 2 S Bennett, Healy
 Russia Vlasov (2)
19.  Czech Republic 1 Hirt
 Eritrea Mulubrhan

Race wins by team

Teams in italics are no longer active.

Rank Team Wins Riders
1. Soudal–Quick-Step 32 Evenepoel (11), Merlier (4), Alaphilippe (2), Bagioli (2), Cavendish (2), Jakobsen (2), Van Wilder (2), Almeida, Asgreen, Ballerini, Cavagna, Schmid, Sénéchal, Vansevenant
2. UAE Team Emirates 20 Pogačar (5), Hirschi (4), McNulty (3), Ulissi (2), Ackermann, Ayuso, Formolo, Molano, Polanc, A Yates
3. Visma–Lease a Bike 17 Kooij (4), Roglič (4), van Aert (4), G Bennett, Benoot, Hagenes, Laporte, Vingegaard
4. Alpecin–Deceuninck 12 Merlier (3), Philipsen (3), van der Poel (3), Rickaert, Riesebeek, Stannard
5. Groupama–FDJ 11 Démare (6), L Martinez (2), Gaudu, Grégoire, Küng
Ineos Grenadiers D Martínez (2), Ganna, Geoghegan Hart, Hayter, Pidcock, Sheffield, Sivakov, Sosa, Tulett, A Yates
7. Movistar Team 9 Serrano (2), García Cortina, Jorgenson, Lazkano, MÁ López, Mas, Sosa, Valverde
8. Intermarché–Wanty 8 Kristoff (3), Costa (2), Hirt, Thijssen, van der Hoorn
Lidl–Trek M Pedersen (2), Skjelmose (2), JP López, Mollema, Nys, Simmons
10. Israel–Premier Tech 7 Bevin, De Marchi, Hermans, Nizzolo, Sheehan, Vanmarcke, Williams
11. Arkéa–B&B Hotels 6 Quintana (2), Barguil, Hofstetter, Mozzato, Swift
Cofidis I Izagirre, Laporte, Perez, Thomas, Viviani, Walscheid
Decathlon–AG2R La Mondiale Cosnefroy (2), Godon (2), S Bennett, Peters
EF Education–EasyPost Bettiol, Carr, Clarke, Healy, Powless, Valgren
Lotto–Dstny De Lie (3), Ewan (2), Gilbert
16. Bora–Hansgrohe 5 Ackermann, Meeus, Politt, Vlasov, Walls
17. Team dsm–firmenich PostNL 4 Bardet, Leknessund, C Pedersen, van den Broek
18. Astana Qazaqstan Team 3 Fuglsang, G Izagirre, Vlasov
Team Jayco–AlUla Smith, S Yates, Zana
20. Team Bahrain Victorious 2 Landa, Poels
Team Medellín MÁ López, Sevilla
Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team Moschetti, Steimle
Uno-X Mobility Tiller (2)
24. Bingoal WB 1 Robeet
Bolton Equities Black Spoke Jackson
Delko Díaz
VF Group–Bardiani–CSF–Faizanè Mulubrhan
Italy (national team) Ciccone
Team Flanders–Baloise Marit
Team Qhubeka NextHash Nizzolo
Team Sapura Cycling Celano
Team TotalEnergies Simon
Tudor Pro Cycling Team de Kleijn
W52 / FC Porto Rodrigues


  1. ^ "Men's professional road cycling: Changes for 2020". UCI. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Publication of the 2020 UCI International Road Calendar". UCI. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
  3. ^ "PART II – ROAD RACES. Rules amendments applying on 01.01.2020" (PDF). UCI. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
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