BBC Grandstand is broadcasting live from the World Track Championships in Bordeaux; has AS0-sanctioned WMV videos of last week's Paris-Roubaix; and Cycling.TV has teamed up with the world's governing body for cycling to launch a new broadband TV channel, UCI TV.

Gorge on cycling-on-TV feast

UCI TV started today with live coverage of the World Track Championships in France. Cycling.TV has a broad range of cycle content lined up for the rest of the year, including the BMX World Championships in Brazil this July; the MTB World Championships in New Zealand in August; and Road World Championships in Salzburg in September.

An annual sub to the premium channel costs 24 Euros pa.

UCI TV is not available in the US for "contractual reasons."


Friday – 1530-1600 – Highlights Qualifying: Womens Sprint 200m TT, Men ind. Pursuit, Men Keirin, Women Points Race 10 Km

Friday – 1600-1930 – LIVE: Womens. Sprint, Men Keirin Finals, Womens. Points Race 25 Km Final, Men Ind. Pursuit Finals Men Km T

Saturday – 0800-1110 – LIVE: Men Sprint 200m TT, Men Team Pursuit, Men Scratch 7.5 Km

Sunday – 1315-1625 – LIVE: Men Scratch 15km Final, Womens Sprint, Men Team Pursuit Final

Sunday – 1200-1600 – LIVE: Womens 10 km Scratch, Men 50 Km Madison, Women Keirin, Men Sprint

The BBC coverage of the World Track Championships starts tomorrow, with recorded highlights of today’s events and live coverage of key events for British trackies.


Saturday – 1305 BBC One

Sunday – 1520 BBC Two.

CYCLINGNEWS.COM has teamed up with race owner Amaury Sport Organisation to broadcast video highlights packages from the early-season races of Europe. Kicking off with Paris-Nice and Paris-Roubaix, the commentary is provided by Paul Sherwen and Phil Liggett.

The video is WMV (Windows Media Player) format.…/spring_racing06

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