CYCLE MESSENGER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Each year the Cycle Messenger World Championships go all over the world to celebrate the love and passion that we have for our profession and our lifestyle. This year, bike messengers from across the globe have put their confidence in Paris, to welcome them into the charming streets of our city, and to show them the beauty of Parisian life.
Come and have an wonderful time with us, for the 24th edition of the championships !
This program is subject to change
From the 28 to the 31 july 2016
Pré-évent => Chistole Pistol !!
From the 3 to the 7 August
Wednesday 3rd August
09h00 15h00 : Group ride in the Chevreuse valley.
18h00 23h00 : Registration at Point éphémère
Thursday 4th August
09h00 23h00 : Track day at vélodrome Jacques Anquetil, la Cipale
18h00 23h00 : Welcome party
Friday 5th August
09h00 16h00 : bike main race qualifications
16h00 17h00 : First open forum
17h00 22h00 : Up hill sprint
Saturday 6th August
09h00 16h00 : Main race qualifications : bike /cargo
16h00 19h00 : Side events qualifications
Sunday 7th August
10h00 14h00 : Main race final : bike /cargo
14h00 15h00 : Open forum
15h00 18h00 : Side events final
18h00 20h00 : Awards ceremony
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, registratioin from 15h00 to 20h00 at point éphémère
HISTORY OF THE CMWCs
Created in 1993, the CMWCs are hosted each year in a different prestigious city, from Europe and Asia, to the Americas and Australia. In, 2015 the city of Melbourne (Australia) hosted the championships. In 2016, the CMWCs will take place in Paris, for the first time in history.
North America 1995 Toronto, Canada - 1996 San-Francisco, USA - 1998 Washington DC, USA - 2000 Philadelphia, USA - 2003 Seattle, USA - 2004 Edmonton, Canada - 2005 New-York, USA - 2008 Toronto, Canada - 2012 Chicago, USA
Central America 2010 Panajachel, Guatemala - 2014 Mexico City, Mexico
Europe 1993 Berlin, Germany - 1994 Londres, UK - 1997 Barcelona, Spain - 1999 Zurich, Switzerland - 2001 Budapest, Hungary - 2002 Copenhagen, Denmark - 2007 Dublin, Ireland - 2011 Warsaw, Poland - 2013 Lausanne, Switzerland
Australasia 2006 Sydney, Australia - 2015 Melbourne, Australia
Asia 2009 Tokyo, Japan