2015 in men's road cycling

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2015 in men's road cycling is about the 2015 men's bicycle races governed by the UCI.

The Union Cycliste Internationale is the world governing body for sports cycling and oversees international competitive cycling events. The UCI is based in Aigle, Switzerland.

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World Championships

The World Road Championships is set to be held in Richmond, Virginia, United States, from 19 to 27 September 2015.

2015 UCI Road World Championships

The 2015 UCI Road World Championships took place in Richmond, Virginia, United States from September 19–27, 2015. It was the 88th Road World Championships. Peter Sagan won the men's road race and Lizzie Armitstead won the women's road race.

Richmond, Virginia Capital of Virginia

Richmond is the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. It is the center of the Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and the Greater Richmond Region. Richmond was incorporated in 1742 and has been an independent city since 1871.

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The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States or America, is a country composed of 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions. At 3.8 million square miles, the United States is the world's third or fourth largest country by total area and is slightly smaller than the entire continent of Europe's 3.9 million square miles. With a population of over 327 million people, the U.S. is the third most populous country. The capital is Washington, D.C., and the largest city by population is New York City. Forty-eight states and the capital's federal district are contiguous in North America between Canada and Mexico. The State of Alaska is in the northwest corner of North America, bordered by Canada to the east and across the Bering Strait from Russia to the west. The State of Hawaii is an archipelago in the mid-Pacific Ocean. The U.S. territories are scattered about the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, stretching across nine official time zones. The extremely diverse geography, climate, and wildlife of the United States make it one of the world's 17 megadiverse countries.

RaceDateWinnerSecondThirdRef
World Championship Team Time Trial September 20Flag of the United States.svg  BMC Racing Team  (USA)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etixx-Quick Step  (BEL)Flag of Spain.svg  Movistar Team  (ESP) [1]
World Championship Time Trial September 23Flag of Belarus.svg  Vasil Kiryienka  (BLR)Flag of Italy.svg  Adriano Malori  (ITA)Flag of France.svg  Jerome Coppel  (FRA) [2]
World Championship Road Race September 27Flag of Slovakia.svg  Peter Sagan  (SVK)Flag of Australia.svg  Michael Matthews  (AUS)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Ramunas Navardauskas  (LIT) [3]

Grand Tours

RaceDateWinnerSecondThirdRef
Flag of Italy.svg Giro d'Italia May 9 – 31Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Contador  (ESP)Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Aru  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Mikel Landa  (ESP) [4]
Flag of France.svg Tour de France July 4 – 26Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Froome  (GBR)Flag of Colombia.svg  Nairo Quintana  (COL)Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP) [5]
Flag of Spain.svg Vuelta a España August 22 
September 13
Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Aru  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Joaquim Rodríguez  (ESP)Flag of Poland.svg  Rafał Majka  (POL) [6]

UCI World Tour

RaceDateWinnerSecondThirdRef
Flag of Australia.svg Tour Down Under January 20 – 25Flag of Australia.svg  Rohan Dennis  (AUS)Flag of Australia.svg  Richie Porte  (AUS)Flag of Australia.svg  Cadel Evans  (AUS) [7]
Flag of France.svg Paris–Nice March 8 – 15Flag of Australia.svg  Richie Porte  (AUS)Flag of Poland.svg  Michał Kwiatkowski  (POL)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Simon Špilak  (SLO)
Flag of Italy.svg Tirreno–Adriatico March 11 – 17Flag of Colombia.svg  Nairo Quintana  (COL)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Bauke Mollema  (NED)Flag of Colombia.svg  Rigoberto Urán  (COL)
Flag of Italy.svg Milan–San Remo March 22Flag of Germany.svg  John Degenkolb  (GER)Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)Flag of Australia.svg  Michael Matthews  (AUS)
Flag of Spain.svg Volta a Catalunya March 23 – 29Flag of Australia.svg  Richie Porte  (AUS)Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)Flag of Italy.svg  Domenico Pozzovivo  (ITA)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg E3 Harelbeke March 27Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Geraint Thomas  (GBR)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Zdeněk Štybar  (CZE)Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Trentin  (ITA)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Gent–Wevelgem March 29Flag of Italy.svg  Luca Paolini  (ITA)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Geraint Thomas  (GBR)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Tour of Flanders April 5Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Greg Van Avermaet  (BEL)
Flag of Spain.svg Tour of the Basque Country April 6 – 11Flag of Spain.svg  Joaquim Rodríguez  (ESP)Flag of Colombia.svg  Sergio Henao  (COL)Flag of Spain.svg  Jon Izagirre  (ESP) [8]
Flag of France.svg Paris–Roubaix April 12Flag of Germany.svg  John Degenkolb  (GER)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Zdeněk Štybar  (CZE)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Greg Van Avermaet  (BEL) [9]
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Amstel Gold Race April 19Flag of Poland.svg  Michał Kwiatkowski  (POL)Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)Flag of Australia.svg  Michael Matthews  (AUS) [10]
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg La Flèche Wallonne April 22Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)Flag of France.svg  Julian Alaphilippe  (FRA)Flag of Switzerland.svg  Michael Albasini  (SUI) [11]
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Liège–Bastogne–Liège April 26Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)Flag of France.svg  Julian Alaphilippe  (FRA)Flag of Spain.svg  Joaquim Rodríguez  (ESP) [12]
Flag of Switzerland.svg Tour de Romandie April 28 – May 3Flag of Russia.svg  Ilnur Zakarin  (RUS)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Simon Špilak  (SLO)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Froome  (GBR) [13]
Flag of Italy.svg Giro d'Italia May 9 – 31Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Contador  (ESP)Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Aru  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Mikel Landa  (ESP) [4]
Flag of France.svg Critérium du Dauphiné June 7 – 14Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Froome  (GBR)Flag of the United States.svg  Tejay van Garderen  (USA)Flag of Portugal.svg  Rui Costa  (POR)
Flag of Switzerland.svg Tour de Suisse June 13 – 21Flag of Slovenia.svg  Simon Špilak  (SLO)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Geraint Thomas  (GBR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Tom Dumoulin  (NED)
Flag of France.svg Tour de France July 4 – 26Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Froome  (GBR)Flag of Colombia.svg  Nairo Quintana  (COL)Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP) [5]
Flag of Spain.svg Clásica de San Sebastián August 1Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Adam Yates  (GBR)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Philippe Gilbert  (BEL)Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)
Flag of Poland.svg Tour de Pologne August 2 – 8Flag of Spain.svg  Jon Izagirre  (ESP)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Bart De Clercq  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ben Hermans  (BEL) [14]
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eneco Tour August 10 – 16Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tim Wellens  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Greg Van Avermaet  (BEL)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wilco Kelderman  (NED) [15]
Flag of Spain.svg Vuelta a España August 22 – September 13Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Aru  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Joaquim Rodríguez  (ESP)Flag of Poland.svg  Rafał Majka  (POL) [6]
Flag of Germany.svg Vattenfall Cyclassics August 23Flag of Germany.svg  André Greipel  (GER)Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)Flag of Italy.svg  Giacomo Nizzolo  (ITA) [16]
Flag of France.svg GP Ouest-France August 30Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)Flag of Italy.svg  Simone Ponzi  (ITA)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Ramūnas Navardauskas  (LTU)
Flag of Canada.svg GP de Québec September 11Flag of Colombia.svg  Rigoberto Urán  (COL)Flag of Australia.svg  Michael Matthews  (AUS)Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR) [17]
Flag of Canada.svg GP de Montréal September 13Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tim Wellens  (BEL)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Adam Yates  (GBR)Flag of Portugal.svg  Rui Costa  (POR)
Flag of Italy.svg Giro di Lombardia October 4Flag of Italy.svg  Vincenzo Nibali  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Daniel Moreno  (ESP)Flag of France.svg  Thibaut Pinot  (FRA)

2.HC Category Races

RaceDateWinnerSecondThirdRef
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Dubai Tour February 4 – 7Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Mark Cavendish  (GBR)Flag of Germany.svg  John Degenkolb  (GER)Flag of Spain.svg  Juan José Lobato  (ESP) [18]
Flag of Qatar.svg Tour of Qatar February 8 – 13Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)Flag of Poland.svg  Maciej Bodnar  (POL)Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)
Flag of Oman.svg Tour of Oman February 17 – 22Flag of Spain.svg  Rafael Valls  (ESP)Flag of the United States.svg  Tejay van Garderen  (USA)Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)
Flag of Malaysia.svg Tour de Langkawi March 8 – 15Flag of Algeria.svg  Youcef Reguigui  (ALG)Flag of Italy.svg  Valerio Agnoli  (ITA)Flag of Colombia.svg  Sebastián Henao  (COL)
Flag of France.svg Critérium International March 28 – 29Flag of France.svg  Jean-Christophe Péraud  (FRA)Flag of France.svg  Thibaut Pinot  (FRA)Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Felline  (ITA)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Three Days of De Panne March 31 – April 2Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Stijn Devolder  (BEL)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Bradley Wiggins  (GBR)
Flag of Italy.svg Giro del Trentino April 21 – 24Flag of Australia.svg  Richie Porte  (AUS)Flag of Spain.svg  Mikel Landa  (ESP)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Leopold König  (CZE)
Flag of Turkey.svg Presidential Tour of Turkey April 26 – May 3Flag of Croatia.svg  Kristijan Đurasek  (CRO)Flag of Argentina.svg  Eduardo Sepúlveda  (ARG)Flag of Australia.svg  Jay McCarthy  (AUS)
Flag of France.svg Four Days of Dunkirk May 6 – 10Flag of Lithuania.svg  Ignatas Konovalovas  (LTU)Flag of France.svg  Bryan Coquard  (FRA)Flag of Estonia.svg  Alo Jakin  (EST)
Flag of the United States.svg Tour of California May 10 – 17Flag of Slovakia.svg  Peter Sagan  (SVK)Flag of France.svg  Julian Alaphilippe  (FRA)Flag of Colombia.svg  Sergio Henao  (COL)
Flag of Germany.svg Bayern-Rundfahrt May 13 – 17Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Alex Dowsett  (GBR)Flag of Portugal.svg  Tiago Machado  (POR)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jan Bárta  (CZE)
Flag of Norway.svg Tour of Norway May 20 – 24Flag of Denmark.svg  Jesper Hansen  (DEN)Flag of Norway.svg  Edvald Boasson Hagen  (NOR)Flag of Spain.svg  David López  (ESP)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Tour of Belgium May 27 – 31Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Greg Van Avermaet  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tiesj Benoot  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Gaëtan Bille  (BEL)
Flag of Luxembourg.svg Tour de Luxembourg June 3 – 7Flag of Germany.svg  Linus Gerdemann  (GER)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Marc de Maar  (NED)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Huub Duyn  (NED)
Flag of Austria.svg Österreich Rundfahrt July 5 – 12Flag of Spain.svg  Víctor de la Parte  (ESP)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ben Hermans  (BEL)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jan Hirt  (CZE)
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Tour of Qinghai Lake July 5 – 18Flag of Croatia.svg  Radoslav Rogina  (CRO)Flag of Iran.svg  Hossein Alizahed  (IRN)Flag of Colombia.svg  Francisco Colorado  (COL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Tour de Wallonie July 25 – 29Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Victor Campenaerts  (BEL)Flag of Russia.svg  Sergey Lagutin  (RUS)
Flag of the United States.svg Tour of Utah August 3 – 9Flag of the United States.svg  Joe Dombrowski  (USA)Flag of Canada.svg  Michael Woods  (CAN)Flag of the United States.svg  Brent Bookwalter  (USA)
Flag of Spain.svg Vuelta a Burgos August 4 – 8Flag of Estonia.svg  Rein Taaramäe  (EST)Flag of Italy.svg  Michele Scarponi  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Daniel Moreno  (ESP)
Flag of Denmark.svg Danmark Rundt August 4 – 8Flag of Denmark.svg  Christopher Juul-Jensen  (DEN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Lars Bak  (DEN)Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Marcato  (ITA)
Flag of Norway.svg Arctic Race of Norway August 13 – 16Flag of Estonia.svg  Rein Taaramäe  (EST)Flag of Switzerland.svg  Silvan Dillier  (SUI)Flag of Russia.svg  Ilnur Zakarin  (RUS) [19]
Flag of the United States.svg USA Pro Cycling Challenge August 17 – 23Flag of Australia.svg  Rohan Dennis  (AUS)Flag of the United States.svg  Brent Bookwalter  (USA)Flag of Canada.svg  Rob Britton  (CAN) [20]
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Tour of Britain September 6 – 13Flag of Norway.svg  Edvald Boasson Hagen  (NOR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wouter Poels  (NED)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Owain Doull  (GBR) [21]
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Tour of Hainan October 20 – 28Flag of Italy.svg  Sacha Modolo  (ITA)Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Andrey Zeits  (KAZ)Flag of France.svg  Julien El Fares  (FRA) [22]

1.HC Category Races

RaceDateWinnerSecondThirdRef
Flag of Italy.svg Trofeo Laigueglia February 19Flag of Italy.svg  Davide Cimolai  (ITA)Flag of Italy.svg  Francesco Gavazzi  (ITA)Flag of Russia.svg  Alexei Tsatevich  (RUS)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Omloop Het Nieuwsblad February 28Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ian Stannard  (GBR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tom Boonen  (BEL)
Flag of Switzerland.svg Gran Premio di Lugano March 1Flag of Italy.svg  Niccolò Bonifazio  (ITA)Flag of Italy.svg  Francesco Gavazzi  (ITA)Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Montaguti  (ITA)
Flag of Italy.svg Strade Bianche March 7Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Zdeněk Štybar  (CZE)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Greg Van Avermaet  (BEL)Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)
Flag of Italy.svg Gran Premio Nobili Rubinetterie March 19Flag of Italy.svg  Giacomo Nizzolo  (ITA)Flag of Italy.svg  Simone Ponzi  (ITA)Flag of Austria.svg  Marco Haller  (AUT)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Dwars door Vlaanderen March 26Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jelle Wallays  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Edward Theuns  (BEL)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Dylan van Baarle  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Scheldeprijs April 8Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Edward Theuns  (BEL)Flag of Belarus.svg  Yauheni Hutarovich  (BLR)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Brabantse Pijl April 15Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ben Hermans  (BEL)Flag of Australia.svg  Michael Matthews  (AUS)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Philippe Gilbert  (BEL)
Flag of Switzerland.svg Grosser Preis des Kantons Aargau June 11Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)Flag of Switzerland.svg  Michael Albasini  (SUI)Flag of Italy.svg  Davide Appollonio  (ITA)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg London–Surrey Classic August 2Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Jempy Drucker  (LUX)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Mike Teunissen  (NED)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ben Swift  (GBR)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Brussels Cycling Classic September 5Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Dylan Groenewegen  (NED)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Roy Jans  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tom Boonen  (BEL)
Flag of France.svg Grand Prix de Fourmies September 6Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Felline  (ITA)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tom Boonen  (BEL)Flag of France.svg  Nacer Bouhanni  (FRA)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg GP Impanis-Van Petegem September 19Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Sean De Bie  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Dimitri Claeys  (BEL)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Floris Gerts  (NED)
Flag of Italy.svg Tre Valli Varesine September 30Flag of Italy.svg  Vincenzo Nibali  (ITA)Flag of Russia.svg  Sergey Firsanov  (RUS)Flag of Italy.svg  Giacomo Nizzolo  (ITA)
Flag of Italy.svg Milano–Torino October 1Flag of Italy.svg  Diego Rosa  (ITA)Flag of Poland.svg  Rafał Majka  (POL)Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Aru  (ITA)
Flag of Italy.svg Giro del Piemonte October 2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jan Bakelants  (BEL)Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Trentin  (ITA)Flag of Italy.svg  Sonny Colbrelli  (ITA)
Flag of Germany.svg Münsterland Giro October 3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tom Boonen  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Roy Jans  (BEL)Flag of Germany.svg  Nikias Arndt  (GER)
Flag of Italy.svg Giro dell'Emilia October 10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jan Bakelants  (BEL)Flag of Italy.svg  Andrea Fedi  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Ángel Madrazo  (ESP)
Flag of Italy.svg Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli October 11Flag of Italy.svg  Sonny Colbrelli  (ITA)Flag of Italy.svg  Manuel Belletti  (ITA)Flag of Italy.svg  Roberto Ferrari  (ITA)
Flag of France.svg Paris–Tours October 11Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Trentin  (ITA)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Tosh Van der Sande  (BEL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Greg Van Avermaet  (BEL)
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Cup October 18Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Bauke Mollema  (NED)Flag of Italy.svg  Diego Ulissi  (ITA)Flag of Japan.svg  Yukiya Arashiro  (JPN) [23]

UCI tours

TourIndividual championIndividual champion's teamTeam championNations champion
World Tour Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP) Movistar Team Movistar Team Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
UCI Africa Tour Flag of Morocco.svg  Salah Eddine Mraouni  (MAR) Skydive Dubai Pro Cycling Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
UCI America Tour Flag of Latvia.svg  Toms Skujiņš  (LAT) Hincapie Racing Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
UCI Asia Tour Flag of Iran.svg  Samad Pourseyedi  (IRI) Tabriz Petrochemical Team Pishgaman-Giant Team Flag of Iran.svg  Iran
UCI Europe Tour Flag of France.svg  Nacer Bouhanni  (FRA) Cofidis Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
UCI Oceania Tour Flag of New Zealand.svg  Taylor Gunman  (NZL) Avanti Racing Team Avanti Racing Team Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand

Championships

National Championships

Games

Island Games

RaceWinnerSecondThird
Road race [24] Saaremaa lipp.svg  Mihkel Räim  (Saaremaa)Flag of the Isle of Man.svg  Nathan Draper  (IOM)Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Torkil Veyhe (FRO)
Time trial [25] Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Torkil Veyhe (FRO)Flag of the Isle of Man.svg  Edvard Perry  (IOM)Flag of the Isle of Man.svg Nathan Draper (IOM)
Road race team [26] Flag of the Isle of Man.svg  Isle of Man Saaremaa lipp.svg  Saare County Flag of Jersey.svg  Jersey
Time trial team [27] Flag of the Isle of Man.svg  Isle of Man Flag of Jersey.svg  Jersey Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands
Town centre criterium [28] Flag of Bermuda.svg Dominique (Sidney) Mayho (BER)Flag of the Isle of Man.svg Nathan Draper (IOM)Flag of the Isle of Man.svg  Leon Mazzone  (IOM)

Three disciplines of cycling will be contested at the 2015 European Games; road cycling, mountain biking and bicycle motocross (BMX). A total of eight medal events will be held.

Cycling competitions at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto were held July 10 to 25, 2015 at four different venues. The BMX competitions took place at the Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre in Toronto, the mountain biking competitions happened at the Hardwood Ski and Bike in Oro-Medonte, due to naming rights the venue was known as the latter for the duration of the games. The road races happened in the streets of Downtown Toronto with the start and finish being adjacent to the Ontario Place West Channel. Finally the track cycling events occurred at the Milton Velodrome in Milton. The road cycling time trials happened in the streets surrounding the velodrome.

Cycling at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games will be held in Marina Barrage Route, Singapore from 11 to 14 June 2015.

UCI Teams

UCI WorldTeams

2015 UCI World Teams and equipment [29]
CodeOfficial team nameLicence holderCountry Groupset Bicycles
ALM AG2R La Mondiale (2015 season)EUSRL France CyclismeFlag of France.svg  France SRAM Focus
AST Astana (2015 season)Abacanto SAFlag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Campagnolo Specialized
BMC BMC Racing Team (2015 season)Continuum Sports LLCFlag of the United States.svg  United States Shimano BMC
TCG Cannondale–Garmin (2015 season)Slipstream Sports, LLCFlag of the United States.svg  United States Shimano Cannondale
EQS Etixx–Quick-Step (2015 season)Esperanza bvbaFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium ShimanoSpecialized
FDJ FDJ (2015 season)Société de Gestion de L'EchappéeFlag of France.svg  France Shimano Lapierre
TGA Team Giant–Alpecin (2015 season)SMS Cycling B.V.Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Shimano Giant
IAM IAM Cycling (2015 season)Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Shimano Scott
KAT Team Katusha (2015 season)Katusha Management SAFlag of Russia.svg  Russia Shimano Canyon
LAM Lampre–Merida (2015 season)CGS Cycling Team AGFlag of Italy.svg  Italy Shimano Merida
LTS Lotto–Soudal (2015 season)Belgian Cycling Company saFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Campagnolo Ridley
TLJ LottoNL–Jumbo (2015 season)Rabo WielerploegenFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Shimano Bianchi
MOV Movistar Team (2015 season)Abarca Sports S.L.Flag of Spain.svg  Spain CampagnoloCanyon
OGE Orica–GreenEDGE (2015 season)GreenEdge CyclingFlag of Australia.svg  Australia ShimanoScott
SKY Team Sky (2015 season)Tour Racing LimitedFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Shimano Pinarello
TCS Tinkoff–Saxo (2015 season)Tinkoff SportFlag of Russia.svg  Russia ShimanoSpecialized
TFR Trek Factory Racing (2015 season)Trek Bicycle CorporationFlag of the United States.svg  United States Shimano Trek

UCI Professional Continental and Continental teams

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