1990 UCI Road World Cup

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1990 UCI Road World Cup
Second edition of the UCI Road World Cup
Details
Dates March 17 – October 27
Location Canada and Europe
Rounds 13
Champions
Individual champion  Gianni Bugno (ITA) (Chateau d'Ax-Salotti)
Teams' champion PDM-Concorde
1989
1991

The 1990 UCI Road World Cup was the second edition of the UCI Road World Cup. From the 1989 edition, an individual time trial finale event in Lunel, France, was added. The series was won by Italian rider Gianni Bugno of Chateau d'Ax-Salotti.

Races[edit]

Date Race Country Winner Team
March 17 Milan – San Remo  Italy  Gianni Bugno (ITA) Chateau d'Ax-Salotti
April 1 Tour of Flanders  Belgium  Moreno Argentin (ITA) Ariostea
April 8 Paris–Roubaix  France  Eddy Planckaert (BEL) Panasonic-Sportlife
April 15 Liège–Bastogne–Liège  Belgium  Eric van Lancker (BEL) Panasonic-Sportlife
April 21 Amstel Gold Race  Netherlands  Adri van der Poel (NED) Weinmann
July 29 Wincanton Classic  United Kingdom  Gianni Bugno (ITA) Chateau d'Ax-Salotti
August 11 Clásica de San Sebastián  Spain  Miguel Indurain (ESP) Banesto
August 19 Züri-Metzgete   Switzerland  Charly Mottet (FRA) R.M.O.
August 30 Grand Prix des Amériques  Canada  Franco Ballerini (ITA) Del Tongo
September 26 Grand Prix de la Libération  Netherlands PDM-Concorde
October 14 Paris–Tours  France  Rolf Sørensen (DEN) Ariostea
October 20 Giro di Lombardia  Italy  Gilles Delion (FRA) Castorama
October 27 Finale (Lunel)  France  Erik Breukink (NED) PDM-Concorde

Final standings[edit]

Riders[edit]

Cyclist Team Points
1  Gianni Bugno (ITA) Chateau d'Ax-Salotti 133
2  Rudy Dhaenens (BEL) PDM-Concorde 99
3  Sean Kelly (IRL) PDM-Concorde 94
4  Franco Ballerini (ITA) Del Tongo 89
5  Gilles Delion (FRA) Castorama 82
6  Claudio Chiappucci (ITA) Carrera Jeans-Vagabond 78
7  Steve Bauer (CAN) Motorola 68
8  Thomas Wegmüller (SUI) Lotus-Festina 67
9  Rolf Sørensen (DEN) Ariostea 66
10  Federico Echave (ESP) CLAS-Cajastur 65

Teams[edit]

Team Points
1 PDM-Concorde 92
2 Helvetia-La Suisse 77
3 Panasonic-Sportlife 59
4 Ariostea 55
5 Weinmann 52

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