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With the Tour of Spain drawing to a close this weekend, armchair road race fans have only a couple of days to wait until British Eurosport's coverage of the UCI Road World Championships starts on September 26.

British Eurosport have a comprehensive selection of live coverage of the championships in Stuttgart, Germany, which feature the men's and women's time trials and road races. For those that can't catch the live coverage, there are several edited highlights shows showing the action in a condensed format in morning and evening slots .

The channel's Tour de France team of David Harmon and Sean Kelly will be on hand to provide the commentary and analysis.

British Eurosport is available on Sky (410) and Virgin Media (521).

ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS ON BRITISH EUROSPORT

Wednesday 26 September

1030-1200 LIVE Men?s U-23 Time Trial on British Eurosport

1500-1600 Delayed Women's Time Trial on British Eurosport

1600-1700 Highlights Men?s U-23 Time Trial on British Eurosport

2245-0045 Highlights Women's Time Trial on British Eurosport

Thursday 27 September

0900-1100 Highlights Women's Time Trial on British Eurosport

1130-1300 LIVE Men's Time Trial Germany on British Eurosport

1500-1600 LIVE Men's Time Trial on British Eurosport

2230-2330 Highlights Men's Time Trial on British Eurosport

Friday 28 September

0900-1000 Highlights Men?s Time Trial on British Eurosport

1145-1230 Highlights Men?s Time Trial on British Eurosport

Saturday 29 September

0800-1145 LIVE Women's Road Race on British Eurosport

1515-1700 LIVE Men?s Under-23 Road Race on British Eurosport

2230-2340 Highlights from the Road World Championships

Sunday 30 September

0800-0830 Highlights Women?s Road Race on British Eurosport

1500-1630 LIVE Men's Road Race on British Eurosport

2200-2300 Highlights Men's Road Race on British Eurosport

Monday 1 October

1100-1200 Highlights Men?s Road Race

1415-1515 Highlights Men?s Road Race

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