VELO 2024 is the unique yearbook with detailed information about the 2023 cycling year.

VELO is a unique and practical annual reference work with detailed information about the previous cycling season.

Grand tours dominated by a single team.
Unlike last year, the three main tours were dominated by the impressive collective in the form of the Jumbo-Visma team. In the Giro, Primoz Roglic beat Geraint Thomas at the eleventh hour. Jonas Vingegaard dominated all his rivals, including Tadej Pogacar, during the Tour de France. And in the Vuelta, Sepp Kuss climbed to the top of the podium, surrounded by those he had effectively protected on the Italian and French roads earlier. The major one-day races were exciting too. Mathieu van der Poel triumphed in Sanremo and Roubaix and then claims the world title on the Scottish roads. Tadej Pogacar won the Tour of Flanders, the Gold Race, La Flèche Wallonne and the Tour of Lombardy, and once again finished top of the UCI world rankings. Remco Evenepoel, repeat winner of the Doyenne and winner in San Sebastian, becomes world time trial champion. Unfortunately, the cycling season was also marked by regrettable events: out-of-control mountain stages in the Tour de France, riders had their progress hampered by audience actions and even went as far as blocking the motorbikes and cars; demonstration on the way to the World Championship in Scotland causing more than 45 minutes of neutralisation, disrupting an important event on the calendar. Worse still, the death of a promising rider during a dizzying descent in the Tour de Suisse. Cycling, an outdoor sport, is and has always been a dangerous sport, but – more than ever – it is important for the organisers to pay closer attention to protecting the riders.

VELO 2024, like its predecessors, reveals the results of other cycling disciplines, devotes a chapter to riders or cycling personalities who have left us and lists the records of the past year.

The publication date is set for February 1st 2024. This means VELO 2024 will be available from February 5th. 

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The release date of Velo 2024 is set for February 1st and will be available as from February 5th.


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