TV Guide | Where and when to watch 2023 Road Cycling World Championships Glasgow

The Road Cycling World Championships will be taking place in Glasgow in 2023 and will span from the 5th to 13th of August. Here is when and where you can watch all races.

The week starts off with the Men's Junior and Elite Road Races in the 5th and 6th. The TTT Mixed Relay will follow on the 8th, the time-trial events will all take place from the 9th to 11th of August and revolve around the city of Stirling. To finish off the week will be the men's under-23 Road Race in the 12th of August, and on the 13th - the final day - the women's under-23 and Elite riders will take on the Road Race.

You will be able to follow the race within the traditional channels, online via the GCN+, Discovery+ and Eurosport Player subscriptions. In the UK, BBC will be the official broadcaster of the World Championships.

Start times for all races are official. Finish times are estimates.

5th August - Men's Junior Road Race: 14:00-17:30CET

5th August - Women's Junior Road Race: 11:00-13:00CET

6th August - Men's Elite Road Race: 10:30-17:30CET

8th August - Team Time Trial Mixed Relay 14:00-15:00CET

9th August - Men's under-23 Time-Trial: 15:30-17:30CET

10th August - Women's Junior Time-Trial: 12:15-14:00CET

10th August - Women's Elite Time-Trial: 15:00-17:00CET

11th August - Men's Junior Time-Trial: 11:00-13:00CET

11th August - Men's Elite Time-Trial: 15:30-17:30CET

12th August - Men's under-23 Road Race: 12:30-17:00CET

13th August - Women's under-23 Road Race & Women's Elite Road Race: 13:00-17:30CET

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