Ahead of the second round of the 2022 season of the WES UCI E-MTB XC World Cup, Bike Channel and World e-Bike Series have strengthened their coverage of the season with respect to the race that will take place next May 28-29 in Bologna, Italy.
Bike Channel covered the 2021 season in great detail, thus renewing its link for 2022 with the 100% electric bike category. The events of the series counted on the Italian company for their distribution with 82 hours of transmission on average.
The values shared by both organizations with respect to sustainable mobility, becoming a means of dissemination for the adoption of green means of transport on a micro scale are integrally blended to continue working on the WES show.
Another double-header awaits for the men’s and women’s bike championships. Jérôme Gilloux and Justine Tonso (Lapierre Overlolt) are leading the championship and projected again as the favorites to take the weekend’s action in Bologna.
WES World E-Bike Series was born in 2019 in Monaco, to organize and promote the first international competition of exclusively electric bicycles. By 2020, the category took the step to the next level by receiving the title of the first and sole UCI E-Mountain Bike Cross-Country World Cup.
WES aims to go beyond the sport, to offer the cycling industry an exciting new sustainable-mobility format. WES promotes E-MTB as a fun and challenging choice for athletes and amateurs, and mountain bike tourism as a driver for hosting venues’ visibility.
Written by | Ronald Ortega