How To Watch DVV Jaarmarktcross, Superprestige Gavere, And UCI Urban Worlds

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This weekend, November 10 and 11, FloBikes will broadcast the DVV Jaarmarktcross and Superprestige Gavere UCI C1 cyclocross races, as well as the UCI Urban World Championships for viewers in Canada.

Join Pro to watch live and on-demand on FloBikes.com, and download the FloSports app to watch on Roku, Apple TV 4, or your preferred IOS device.

UCI Urban World Championships (CAN Only)


The Urban World Championships includes disciplines such as trials, freestyle BMX and XCE—a cross country mountain bike elimination race on a demanding city circuit. 

Visit the event hub to watch live and on-demand.

Territories Available 

Canada

Commentary

English

Live Stream Start Times (CDT)

DateStart TimeEnd Time
11-9-20187:50 PM4:30 AM
11-10-20187:20 PM1:00 AM


DVV Trofee: Jaarmarktcross (Niel)



U.S. champion Katie Compton will seek to make up ground on Koppenbergcross winner Kim van de Steene, while Toon Aerts will aim to maintain his lead in the overall series. 

Visit the event hub to watch live and on-demand.

Territories Available 

World Access (Except Belgium)

Commentary

Ambient Audio Only

Live Stream Start Times (CDT)

DateEventStart TimeEnd Time
11-10-2018Elite Women6:45 AM7:30 AM
11-10-2018Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM


Superprestige Gavere



In 2017, a mechanical cost recently crowned European Cyclocross Champion Mathieu van der Poel the win at Superprestige Gavere. Can anyone stop him this year? 

Visit the event hub to watch live and on-demand.

Territories Available 

World Access (Except Belgium)

Commentary

Dutch

Live Stream Start Times (CDT)

DateEventStart TimeEnd Time
11-10-2018Elite Women6:40 AM7:30 AM
11-10-2018Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM




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