one sport, four disciplines, massive enthusiasm

Hardly any other sport is as multifaceted, suitable for everyday life and appeals to such a wide range of audience as cycling does. Track cycling, BMX freestyle, mountain bike cross-country and road cycling - Munich 2022 offers everything a cycling enthusiast could wish for. 

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Date: 11-21 August 2022
  • Venues: Messe München, Olympiapark, Murnau a. Staffelsee, Landsberg am Lech, Fürstenfeldbruck
  • Athletes: 770
  • Medal events: 30
  • Free entry to road cycling, mountainbike cross-country and BMX freestyle
  • Single tickets track cycling: 15 - 35 €

All medal events

Road: Time Trial (W/M)
Track: Sprint (W/M)
Track: Sprint (W/M)

Track: Sprint (W/M)

The home of Cycling

Cycling is far more than an environmentally friendly form of transportation. Cycling is enjoying steadily growing popularity. Trails, pump tracks, smaller dirt parks and larger bike parks have been springing up like lilies of the valley in spring. Road cycling is also extremely popular as a way to keep fit and cover long distances as quickly as possible in the beautiful natural surroundings.

Join the club!

The European Championships Munich 2022 are now available on Strava. We offer you the opportunity to experience the idyllic routes yourself and to challenge the members of the community as well as professional athletes. All routes are accessible in our Strava Club either as an entire route or as partial sections.

Always in the leading group!

Our "Back to the Roofs Letter" provides a compact summary of the most important topics concerning the European Championships Munich 2022.

ABOUT THE FEDERATION

ABOUT THE FEDERATION

The European Cycling Union (UEC) was founded on 7 April 1990 and represents 50 affiliated nations in Europe. It is one of the five continental confederations which are members of the International Cycling Union (UCI).  

The UEC seeks to promote the interests of European cycling in all disciplines and to represent the interests of European cycling federations. UEC's main aim is the development and encouragement of all cycling disciplines in Europe. It organises all the European Championships and European Cups. Each year the UEC organises more than 60 days of competition, including 20 European championships, in all cycling disciplines: road, track, cyclocross, BMX, mountain bike, trials and indoor cycling.