Cyclocross season calendar: 2023-2024

The 2023-2024 Cyclocross season has had it's start in September, and throughout the winter it will keep the urge of many cycling fans satisfied, as the riders will tackle multiple races across Belgium, the Netherlands and many more countries in the disciplines most important events.

Note: The calendar here featured includes all World and European National Championships, Belgian/Dutch national championships & C1/C2 races, and C1 races from different nations.

You can check the men's 2023 road cycling calendar by clicking here. You can check the women's 2023 road cycling calendar by clicking here.

September 2023

17 September: Mechelen (C2, Netherlands)

October 2023

8 October: Beringen (C2, Belgium)

15 October: Waterloo (World Cup, USA)

15 October: Oisterwijk (C2, Netherlands)

22 October: Overijse (C1, Belgium)

24 October: Nacht van Woerden (C2, Netherlands)

28 October: Ruddervoorde (C1, Belgium)

29 October: Maasmechelen (World Cup, Belgium)

November 2023

1 November: Koppenbergcross (C1, Belgium)

4 & 5 November: Pont-Château (European Championships, France)

11 November: Jaarmarktcross Niel (C1, Belgium)

12 November: Dendermonde (World Cup, Belgium)

18 November: Merksplas (C1, Belgium)

19 November: Troyes (World Cup, France)

25 November: Kortrijk (C2, Belgium)

26 November: Dublin (World Cup, Ireland)

December 2023

2 December: Boom (C1, Belgium)

3 December: Flamanville (World Cup, France)

9 December: Essen (C2, Belgium)

10 December: Val di Sole (World Cup, Italy)

16 December: Herentals (C2, Belgium)

17 December: Namur (World Cup, Belgium)

22 December: Mol (C2, Belgium)

23 December: Antwerpen (World Cup, Belgium)

26 December: Gavere (World Cup, Belgium)

27 December: Heusden-Zolder (C1, Belgium)

28 December: Diegem (C1, Belgium)

29 December: Loenhout (C1, Belgium)

30 December: Hulst (World Cup, Netherlands)

January 2024

1 January: GP Sven Nys Baal (C1, Belgium)

4 January: Koksijde (C1, Belgium)

7 January: Zonhoven (World Cup, Belgium)

14 January: Hoogeveen (Dutch National Championships)

14 January: Meulebeke (Belgian National Championships)

15 January: Otegem (C2, Belgium)

20 January: Zonnebeke (C2, Belgium)

21 January: Benidorm (World Cup, Spain)

27 January: Hamme (C1, Belgium)

28 January: Hoogerheide (World Cup, Netherlands)

February 2024

2-4 February: Tabor (World Championships, Czech Republic)

10 February: Middelkerke (C1, Belgium)

11 February: Lille (C1, Belgium)

17 February: Sint-Niklaas (C2, Belgium)

18 February: Brussels Universities (C1, Belgium)

25 February: Oostmalle (C1, Belgium)

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