UCI race classifications

UCI Race Classifications

UCI race classifications

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The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the world's governing body in the sport of bicycle racing, classifies races according to a rating scale.

The rating is represented by a code made of two or three parts and indicates both the type or style of race (the first part), and its importance or difficulty (the second and third parts). The first part can be an integer or an abbreviation, and the second part, when present, are usually integers. Both parts are separated by a period or decimal point (.).

A higher rated race will result in the successful riders receiving more world ranking points.

Road racing

There are two possible codes to rate a road race: '1' for a single-day race, and '2' for a multi-day (stage) race. They are separated from the second part of the classification by a decimal point. For example, a race rated 1.1 equates to a one-day, category 1 race. Another common example is 2.HC, which denotes a multi-day beyond categorization race (such as, the Tour de Georgia and Tour of California).

Mountain biking

There are two possible codes to indicate a mountain bike race rating: 'E' for a single-day race, and 'D' for a multi-day race. There is no decimal point in a written mountain bike classification.


All cyclo-cross races are identified by the code 'C'. Again, no decimal point is used in the written form of the classifications.

Code tables

Special codes

These codes are used in road racing only:

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