All the details about the Benidorm Cyclocross World Cup that attracts the 3 tenors

Excitement and expectation overflow on the horizon of world cycling with the imminent arrival of one of the most anticipated events in the Spanish calendar: the UCI Cyclocross World Cup - Benidorm Costa Blanca 2024. This great cycling meeting, scheduled for January 21 in the Parks of El Moralet and Foietes, is expected the presence of Mathieu Van der Poel (already secured), Wout van Aert (99% according to the organizer) and Tom Pidcock (already secured).

In the women's race, the expectation is also skyrocketing with the confirmation of the participation of the best riders, including Fem van Empel and Puck Pieterse, who made their mark in the previous edition.

"Benidorm is a magnet," says Pascual Momparler, Spanish cycling coach and head of Momparler Cycling, organizer of CX Benidorm. "Cycling is one of the fundamental bases in its city project and our event is held in January, a date when the hotel and catering industry appreciates events that attract tourists from all over Europe: it is the perfect cocktail. We are working very hard to bring the best cyclists in the world back to our event."

"A UCI Cyclocross World Cup is a very important event," says José Luis López Cerrón, president of the Royal Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC). "The fact that it's in a city like Benidorm brings a lot, because it has a big name in northern Europe and that attracts people. Everything that is to have international races in Spain, whatever the specialty, is important for us as a federation in particular and for the world of cycling in general. This event confirms the growth of cyclo-cross, which now has a very full calendar at national level".

Public response has been very good so far, with more than 3,000 tickets sold so far. The circuit will go from having a capacity of 15,000 spectators to 20,000.


Tickets for the Cyclocross World Cup - Benidorm Costa Blanca 2024 are available on the official event portal ( and on the website.

Article written by Juan Larra.

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