We’re working hard to reduce the distance between cycling fans and their passion and knowing what we have in store for America’s newest World Cup, we knew we had to work to bring this to as many people as possible.
And, the fans appreciate it. We’ve watched sketchy streams with virus-infected pop ups for long enough.
All Trek asks is for an email to watch.
The broadcast is currently scheduled to begin at 13:30 US Central on Sunday, September 24—a half hour before the Elite Women’s race begins at 14:00 US Central. The Elite Men’s race is currently scheduled for 15:30 US Central.
The race broadcast will include live commentary by broadcast veteran Steve Schlanger. “I can’t wait to see Waterloo for the World Cup. As a lifelong Midwesterner, it’s terrific to see the sport at its highest level come to my part of the world. The crowds, atmosphere, and entire scene in Wisconsin should make it a truly compelling spectacle. I expect fantastic competition and one of the biggest bike parties on the North American cycling calendar.”
The stream is provided by Segafredo Zanetti Coffee. I haven’t tried their brew yet, but this machine looks nice
and I know Trek makes great CX bikes. Read my story about the Boone and check out the bikes here.
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