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Sportive Breaks comes on board for 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships

August 18, 2022

Travel, accommodation and experience specialist appointed as Official Fan and Amateur Participant Travel and Experience Provider

/ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Global travel and VIP experience provider Sportive Breaks, part of Destination Sport Experiences, have been appointed as the Official Fan and Amateur Participant Travel Provider of the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships, which are set to take place in Glasgow and across Scotland from 3rd to 13th August 2023.

Sportive Breaks has a wealth of experience working across major events and will provide fans and amateur participants with travel, accommodation and VIP experiences across the biggest cycling event ever held.

The 2023 UCI Cycling Worlds is the first of its kind and will combine 13 existing UCI World Championships into one mega-event to create history by uniting the global cycling family and making it one of the world’s top 10 sporting events.

With around one million spectators anticipated in Glasgow and across Scotland over 11 days, this is a unique opportunity for fans to see and experience more disciplines than ever before. The VIP experiences on offer will give fans the chance to completely immerse themselves in the atmosphere of this history creating event.

Trudy Lindblade, CEO of the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships, said: “I am thrilled to welcome Sportive Breaks on board as the Official Fan and Amateur Participant Travel and Experience Provider for the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships. “We are excited to be bringing the entire global cycling family together across such a diverse range of cycling disciplines for the first time and with more than 190 rainbow jerseys up for grabs, Sportive Breaks invaluable expertise will ensure fans can fully immerse themselves in this once-in-a-lifetime experience with ease.”

Brendan Fox, Managing Director of Destination Sport Experiences said: “As a proud Scot, born in Glasgow, I’m honoured that our cycling travel company Sportive Breaks will be helping cycling fans from all over the world get close to the action during the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships.  We want to show visitors what a wonderful place Scotland is, especially for cycling, and let them immerse themselves in our culture and rich history.

Sportive Breaks specialise in offering exceptional cycling holidays, trips and experiences which include travel and accommodation as well as local knowledge and guides to fit individual needs.  Using this expertise, Sportive Breaks will be offering tours including access to all of the events encompassing the 2023 UCI Cycling Worlds, giving both UK and International visitors the opportunity to see the best of Scotland, whilst watching the finest competitive cycling of the year.

For more information about Sportive Breaks’ tours for the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships in Glasgow and across Scotland, please visit https://sportivebreaks.com/2023-uci-cycling-world-championships-glasgow/

The UCI, cycling’s world governing body, currently stages annual World Championships in each of its disciplines across the year in different host cities around the world. The UCI Cycling World Championships will bring these championships together every four years, the year prior to the Olympics, starting with the inaugural event in 2023.

More than 8,000 amateur and Elite cyclists from over 120 countries are expected to take part across the 13 UCI World Championships, which includes: BMX Freestyle Flatland; BMX Freestyle Park; BMX Racing; Gran Fondo; Indoor Cycling; Mountain Bike Cross-country; Mountain Bike Downhill; Mountain Bike Cross-country Marathon; Para-cycling Road; Para-cycling Track; Road; Track; Trials.

The 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships are being delivered in collaboration between the UCI, Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council, UK Sport, British Cycling, Glasgow Life and VisitScotland. The partnership aims to create a blueprint for future editions by ensuring the inaugural event is authentic, innovative and distinctive.