UCI WorldTour calendar 2017

Full list of events in the 2017 men's top-level professional cycling race calendar, the UCI WorldTour

The peloton on stage two of the 2015 Tour of Italy

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There are some significant changes to the top-level men's road racing calendar for 2017, with the UCI WorldTour gaining 10 new events. The additions mean that the number of WorldTour events now numbers 37, with 15 countries visited from January to September.

There's no change to the race that kicks off the WorldTour: the Tour Down Under in Australia (January 17-22) retains its position as the traditional season opener. However, rather than being followed by an elongated break there are now a series of events in January and February between the Tour Down Under and Paris-Nice in March.

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17-22 JanuaryTour Down UnderAustralia-
29 JanuaryCadel Evans Great Ocean Road RaceAustralia-
6-10 FebruaryTour of QatarQatar-
23-26 FebruaryAbu Dhabi TourUnited Arab Emirates-
25 FebruaryOmloop Het NieuwsbladBelgium-
4 MarchStrade BiancheItaly-
5-12 MarchParis-NiceFrance-
8-14 MarchTirreno-AdriaticoItaly-
18 MarchMilan-San RemoItaly-
20-26 MarchVolta Ciclista a CatalunyaSpain-
22 MarchDwars Door VlaanderenBelgium-
24 MarchE3 HarelbekeBelgium-
26 MarchGhent-WevelgemBelgium-
2 AprilTour of FlandersBelgium-
3-8 AprilVuelta al País VascoSpain-
9 AprilParis-RoubaixFrance-
16 AprilAmstel Gold RaceNetherlands-
18-23 AprilPresidential Cycling Tour of TurkeyTurkey-
19 AprilLa Flèche WallonneBelgium-
23 AprilLiège-Bastogne-LiègeBelgium-
25-30 AprilTour de RomandieSwitzerland-
1 MayEschborn-FrankfurtGermany-
6-28 MayGiro d’ItaliaItaly-
14-21 MayTour of CaliforniaUnited States-
4-11 JuneCritérium du DauphinéFrance-
10-18 JuneTour de SuisseSwitzerland-
1-23 JulyTour de FranceFrance-
29 JulyClásica Ciclista San SebastianSpain-
29 July-4 AugustTour of PolandPoland-
30 JulyRideLondon-Surrey ClassicGreat Britain-
7-13 AugustEneco TourBenelux-
19 August-10 SeptemberVuelta a EspañaSpain-
20 AugustCyclassics HamburgGermany-
27 AugustBretagne Classic–Ouest-FranceFrance-
8 SeptemberGrand Prix Cycliste de QuébecCanada-
10 SeptemberGrand Prix Cycliste de MontréalCanada-
30 SeptemberIl LombardiaItaly-

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