31st March – 1st April 2018
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BMXLiveTV was created as a YouTube channel in 2012 at the Randaberg World Cup, in Norway, where test streams were held during the event.
It was always intended to be a channel where the fans of BMX would know to go for the live UCI BMX World Cup streams when they were available. Originally it was shown parallel to the satellite feed uplink to TV Stations who had paid license fees to show the events. Although a very necessary form of income to help pay for the production this rights payment meant that geoblocking was in force in some countries.
The World Cup Tour dates have been officially announced for the 2018 series.
The tour kicks off in Europe at the end of March with a new venue; St Quentin en Yvelines near Versailles in France. SQY will host round 1 and 2 of the tour over Easter weekend March 31st / April 1st.
A round of the French Cup will also be taking place over the World Cup weekend with the final taking place on Monday 2nd April.
We stay in Europe for the next rounds with the Sports Centre Papendal, the Netherlands, hosting rounds 3 and 4 before the circus heads over the border to Circuit Zolder in Belgium for rounds 5 and 6.
These two events are only in their second year as back-to-back events but it already feels like a classic combination with the differing style of tracks being ridden over consequetive weekends at the beginning of May.
The World Cup Tour then stops for an early World Championships taking place in Baku, Azerbaijan, at the beginning of June. The Challenge classes run 5th – 7th and Championships on 8th/9th.
Then it’s back to the World Cup Tour and down to South America for the final stop, and last two rounds, which take place in Santiago del Estero in Argentina at the end of September.
Round 1 & 2 St-Quentin-en-Yvelines (FRA): 31st March / 1st April
(French Cup finals 2nd April)
Round 3 & 4 Papendal (NED): 5th / 6th May
Round 5 & 6 Heusden-Zolder (BEL): 12th / 13th May
World Championships Baku, Azerbaijan: 5th – 9th June
Round 7 & 8 Santiago del Estero (ARG): 29th / 30th September
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