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UCI Road Race World Champions, Men's Road race winners since 1927.

UCI Road Cycling Race World Championships Past winners-champions List.



Totally Italy has won the most medals are 55 (19 gold) while Belgium has won the Most gold medals are (26 gold). 



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UCI Road Race Cycling World Championships History & Stats-facts. 




  • UCI Road World Championship is known as World Cycling Championships is the annual world championship of bicycyle road race organized by Union Cyclist International ( UCI )
  • The 1st UCI Road World Championship held in 1927 at Germany & won by Alfredo Bina of Italy.
  • The UCI Road World Championship winner-champion known as "World Cycling Champion" or "World Road Cycling champion", he wears the Rainbow Jersey for whole year in any road race event.The road race was among the Riders of national cycling teams made by UCI on the basis of their performance. 
  • S. Alejandro Valverde had got record six total medals as of 2014 (2 silver,4 times bronze) but never become UCI world champion. 
  • Italy has got the most Medals overall 55 ( 19 gold), Belgium had won the most medals overall 49 (26 Gold.)
  • UCI World Road Cycling championships 2016 Qatar Men's Road Race won by Peter Sagan (Slovakia)




List of All champions-winners of UCI Road Race Cycling World Championships since 1927 - present. 




Year   Venue/course       Champion----Nationality 


2017 UCI Road World Championship will be held at Bergen, Norway 

from 17-24 September 2017.


2016 Doha, Qatar    --    Peter Sagan  -  Slovakia

2015 Richmond, U.S.    --    Peter Sagan 
  -  Slovakia

2014 Ponferrada, Spain    --     Michal Kwatkowski 
  -  Poland

2013 Toscana, Italy    --    Alberto F. da Costa 
  -  Portugal

2012 Limberg, Neth.    --    Philippe Gilbert  -   Belgium

2011 Copenhagen, Denmark.    --    Mark Cavendish  -   Great Britain

2010 Melbourne, Australia.    --    Thor Hushovd  -   Norway

2009 Mendrisio, Switzrland.    --    Cadel Evans    -  Australia

2008 Varese, Italy    --    Alessandro Ballan  -   Italy

2007 Stuttgart, Germany.    --    Paolo Bettini  -  Italy

2006 Salzburg, Aus.    --    Paolo Bettini  -  Italy

2005 Madrid, Spain    --    Tom Boonen  -  Belgium

2004 Verona, Italy    --    Oscar Freire  -  Spain

2003 Hamilton, Can.    --    Igor Astarloa  -  Spain

2002 Zolder, Belgium.    --    Mario Cipollini  -  Italy

2001 Lisbon, Portugal.    --    Oscar Freire  -  Spain

2000 Plouay, Fra.    --    Romans Vainsteins  -  Latvia

1999 Verona, Italy    --    Oscar Freire  -  Spain

1998 Valkenburg, Neth.    --    Oscar Camenzind  -  Switzerland

1997 San Sebastian,    --    Spain Laurent Brochard  -  France

1996 Lugano, Swi.    --    Johan Museeuw  -  Belgium

1995 Bogota, Col.    --    Abraham Olano  -  Spain

1994 Agrigento, Italy    --    Luc LeBlanc  -   France

1993 Oslo, Nor.    --    Lance Armstrong  -  USA

1992 Benidorm, Spain    --    Gianni Bugno  -  Italy

1991 Stuttgart, Ger.    --    Gianni Bugno  -  Italy

1990 Utsunomiya, Japan    --    Rudy Dhaenens  -   Belgium

1989 Chambery, Fra.    --     Greg Lemond  -  USA

1988 Ronse, Bel.    --    Mauricio Fondriest  -  Italy

1987 Villach, Aus.    --    Stephen Roche  -  Ireland

1986 Colorado Springs, USA    --    Argentin Moreno  -  Italy

1985 Giavera Montello, Italy    --    Zoetemelk Joop  -   Netherlands

1984 Barcelona, Spain    --    Claude Criquielion  -   Belgium

1983 Altenrhein, Swi.    --    Greg Lemond  -   USA

1982 Goodwood, GB    --    Giuseppe Saronni  -   Italy

1981 Prague, Cze.    --    Freddy Maertens  -   Belgium

1980 Sallanches, Fra.    --    Bernard Hinault  -  France

1979 Valkenburg, Neth.    --     Jan Raas    -  Netherlands

1978 Nurburgring, Ger.    --    Gerrie Knetemann    -  Netherlands

1977 San Cristobal, Ven.    --     Francesco Moser  -   Italy

1976 Ostuni, Italy    --    Freddy Maertens  -  Belgium

1975 Yvoir, Bel.    --    Hennie Kuiper    -  Netherlands

1974 Montreal, Can.    --    Eddy Merckx &nbsp  -  ;Belgium

1973 Montjuich, Spain    --    Felice Gimondi  -    Italy

1972 Gap, Fra.    --    Marino Basso  -  Italy

1971 Mendrisio, Swi.    --    Eddy Merckx  -    Belgium

1970 Leicester, GB    --    Jean-Pierre Monsere  -    Belgium

1969 Zolder, Bel.    --    Harm Ottenbros    -  Netherlands

1968 Imola, Italy    --    Vittorio Adorni    -  Italy

1967 Heerlen, Neth.    --    Eddy Merckx    -  Belgium

1966 Nurburgring, Ger.    --    Rudi Altig    -  Germany

1965 Lasarte, Spain      --    Tom Simpson    -  Great Britain

1964 Sallanches, Fra.    --    Jan Janssen    -  Netherlands

1963 Ronse, Bel.    --    Benoni Beheyt    -  Belgium

1962 Salo, Italy    --    Jean Stablinski    -  France

1961 Bern, Swi.    --    Rik van Looy    -  Belgium

1960 Sachsenring, Ger.    --    Rik van Looy  -  Belgium

1959 Zandvoort, Neth.    --    Andre Darrigade    -  France

1958 Reims, Fra.    --    Ercole Baldini    -  Italy

1957 Waregem, Bel.    --    Rik van Steenbergen    -  Belgium

1956 Ballerup, Den.    --    Rik van Steenbergen    -  Belgium

1955 Frascati, Italy    --     Stan Ockers    -  Belgium

1954 Sollingen, Ger.    --    Louison Bobet    -  France

1953 Lugano, Swi.    --    Fausto Coppi    -  Italy

1952 Luxembourg, Lux.    --     Heinz Muller    -  Germany

1951 Varese, Italy    --    Ferdi Kubler    -  Switzerland

1950 Moorslede, Bel.    --     Briek Schotte    -  Belgium

1949 Copenhagen, Den.    --     Rik van Steenbergen    -  Belgium

1948 Valkenburg, Neth.    --    Briek Schotte    -  Belgium

1947 Reims, Fra.    --    Theo Middelkamp    -  Netherlands

1946 Zurich, Swi.    --     Hans Knecht    -  Switzerland

1938 Valkenburg, Neth.    --     Marcel Kint    -  Belgium

1937 Copenhagen, Den.    --     Eloi Meulenberg    -  Belgium

1936 Bern, Swi.    --     Antonin Magne    -  France

1935 Florette, Bel.    --    Jean Aerts    -  Belgium

1934 Leipzig, Ger.    --    Karel Kaers    -  Belgium

1933 Monthlery, Fra.    --     Georges Speicher    -  France

1932 Roma, Italy    --    Alfredo Binda    -  Italy

1931 Copenhagen, Den.    --     Learco Guerra    -  Italy

1930 Liege, Bel.    --    Alfredo Binda    -  Italy

1929 Zurich, Swi.    --     Georges Ronsse    -  Belgium

1928 Budapest, Hun.    --     Georges Ronsse    -  Belgium

1927 Nurburgring, Ger.    --     Alfredo Binda    -  Italy






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