Being responsible for cyclo-cross tracks all over the world, Beat Wabel is perhaps one of the people in international cycling who knows most about the challenges that the riders are facing.

“I’ve been working with cyclo-cross tracks for years now and what I have experienced here in Bogense is extremely exciting,” says the 50-year-old Swiss after having been in charge of the establishment of the upcoming World Cup track.

“The long straight stretches and the steep climbs will give both riders and especially the spectators a unique experience,” he says, and at the same time Wabel recommends cyclocross fans from all over Europe to come to Bogense on Sunday November 19th
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“The distance from big cyclo-cross nations like Belgium and Holland is not overwhelming and the surroundings here in Bogense – and in Denmark in general – are lovely. So it will be a great opportunity for an international audience to go to Denmark and witness the first ever World Cup race here when it kicks off in two weeks.