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BMC will do almost all the new WorldTour races

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04.01.2017 @ 17:21 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

The BMC Racing team has unveiled its racing program for the 2017 season.

 

The American team will be active in all important rraces  and has even chosen to participate in the majority of events on the new WorldTour calendar. Jim Ochowicz's riders will only skip the Tour of Turkey in April, just like LottoNL-Jumbo. BMC will also be present on the North American continent at the Tours of Califonia, Utah, Colorado and Virginia.

 

Interestingly, the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana is on the program for Greg Van Avermaet and his team. After the cancellation of the Tour of Qatar, the staff announced that they wanted to go to the Spanish race instead. The organizer has not yet given the approval offically but seems to have accepted the team. The Olympic champion should therefore make his return to racing in Valencia.

 

BMC Racing Team - The 2017 Calendar

January
- Australian Road Championships (January 5 to 8) 
- People's Choice Classic (January 15) 
- Tour Down Under (January 17 to 22) 
- Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race - Albert Park Grand Prix (January 26) 
- Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race (January 29) 
- Dubai Tour (January 31-February 4)

February 
- Tour of Valencia (February 1 to 5) 
- Tour of Oman (February 14 to 19) 
- Tour du Haut Var (February 18 and 19 ) 
- The Tour Provence (February 21 - 23) 
- Abu Dhabi Tour (February 23 to 26) 
- Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (25 February) 
- Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne (26 February)

 

March
- Strade Bianche (4 March) 
- A Travers West Flanders (formerly 3 Days of West Flanders) (5 March) 
- Paris-Nice (March 5 to 12) 
- Tirreno Adriatico (March 8 to 14) 
- Nokere Koerse (15 March) 
- Milan-San Remo (18 March) 
- Tour of Catalonia (March 20 to 26 ) 
- Dwars door Vlaanderen (March 22) 
- E3 Prijs Harelbeke (March 24) 
- Gent-Wevelgem (March 26)

 

April
- Tour of Flanders (April 2) 
- Tour of the Basque Country (April 3 to 8) 
- Paris-Roubaix (April 9) 
- Brabantse Pijl (April 12) 
- Amstel Gold Race (April 16) 
- Tour of the Alps (formerly Giro del Trentino) (April 17 to 21) 
- La Flèche Wallonne (April 19) 
- Liège-Bastogne-Liège (April 23) 
- Tour de Romandie (April 25 - 30) 
- Tour de Yorkshire (April 28 - 30)

 

May 
- Grand Prix of Eschborn - Frankfurt (1 May) 
- Giro d'Italia (May 6 to 28) 
- AMGEN Tour of California (May 14 - 20) 
- Baloise Tour of Belgium (May 24 - 28) 
- Skoda Tour of Luxembourg (31 May - 4 June)

 

June
- Criterium du Dauphine (June 4 - 11) 
- Canton Aargau Grand Prix (June 9) 
- Tour of Switzerland (June 10 - 18) 
- Route du Sud(June 15 - 18)

 

July
- Tour de France (July 1 - 23) 
- VOO Tour Wallonia (July 22 to 26) 
- Clasica San Sebastian (July 29) 
- Tour of Poland (July 29-August 4) 
- Prudential RideLondon Classic (July 31)

 

August
- The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah (August  1- 7) 
- Eneco Tour (August 7 to 13) 
- Colorado Tour (August 10 to 13) 
- Vuelta a Espana (19 August - 10 September) 
- Cyclassics Hamburg (20 August) 
- Commonwealth Cycling Classic Virginia (August 24 to 27) 
- Bretagne Classic - Ouest France (27 August)

 

September 
- Tour of Britain (September 3 - 10) 
- Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (8 September) 
- Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal (10 September) 
- Grand Prix de Wallonie (13 September) 
- Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (15 September) 
- Primus Classic (16 September) 
- Giro dell'Emilia (30 September)

 

October
- Tour de l'Eurométropole (October 1) 
- Milan-Turin (October 4) 
- Tour of Lombardy (October 7) 
- Paris-Tours (October 8) 
- Guangxi Tour (October 19 to 24) 
- Japan Cup (October 21 and 22)

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