The rest of the road cycling world championships 2011 will take place in the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark, from September 19 to 25. At these World Championships the categories start junior and under 23 road race and individual time trial of men and women together with the professionals again, as it was always up to the World Championships 2004 in Verona. Start and finish of all time trial is the Town Hall Square in the heart of Copenhagen. The course leads through the flat streets of the city centre. Of course of the men elite extends 23.2 km (x 2) North of osterbro and Hellerup before arriving in Charlottenlund Slotspark, where cyclists can return this time of Kastellet and Amalienburg, passing on the spectacular port area, to the Town Hall square. The route of the under 23 starts on the main square of Copenhagen, leads to Hellerup and back: a distance of 17.6 km, which must be completed twice. The course in the time-trial in the categories juniors and juniors and women elite is the same, the 13.9 km run through the Streets of osterbro, before going back to the Town Hall square. The race, which is the most forward looking, the men’s road race elite extends on September 25th, at the World Championships in Denmark over 266 km, which are easier to deal with than at the World Championships in Australia, but the streets are narrow and narrow winding.

Starting point is the Town Hall square and, after a 28-km-long section (including the 6.2 km master start) the race in the circuit, which runs through Rudersal. During the course of routes, which must be completed before crossing the finish line at Kongevejen Geels Hill 17 times, the athletes will have to cope with relatively low height differences. It promises a rousing race to be suited especially for real sprinter, but the last section before the finish, representing an unknown with the rise of Slotsbakken, in any case. Abide with the website of Riccione Bike Hotels over the World Championship 2011 up to date. Here you will find constantly updated information to the most important international bike race.