1995 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships
|Host city||Kirchzarten, Germany|
|Date(s)||18–19 September 1995|
The 1995 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships were held in Kirchzarten, Germany from 18 to 19 September 1995. These were the sixth annual UCI world championships in mountain biking and the first to be held in Germany.
Alison Sydor of Canada successfully defended her world title in the women's cross country. The men's cross country was won by Bart Brentjens of the Netherlands, who would win the first Olympic gold medal in men's cross country the following year at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
Nicolas Vouilloz of France won the men's downhill in his first year in the elite category, after having won the junior men's downhill world title the three previous years. Leigh Donovan of the United States won the women's downhill.
|Cross-country||Bart Brentjens (NED)||Miguel Martinez (FRA)||Jan-Erik Ostergaard (DEN)|
|Downhill||Nicolas Vouilloz (FRA)||François Gachet (FRA)||Mike King (USA)|
|Junior downhill||Cédric Gracia (FRA)||Marcus Klausman (GER)||Florent Poussin (FRA)|
|Cross-country||Alison Sydor (CAN)||Silvia Fürst (SUI)||Chantal Daucourt (SUI)|
|Downhill||Leigh Donovan (USA)||Mercedes Gonzales (ESP)||Giovanna Bonazzi (ITA)|
|Junior downhill||Anne-Caroline Chausson (FRA)||Nolvenn le Caër (FRA)||Marielle Saner (SUI)|
- "Mountain Bike - 1995 World Championships Mountainbike - Results Men". the-sports.org. Retrieved 2016-08-30.
- "UCI Mountain Bike World Championships - Junior Men Dowhill - All podiums 1990-2015" (PDF). uci.ch. Retrieved 2016-09-11.
- "Mountain Bike - 1995 World Championships Mountainbike - Results Women". the-sports.org. Retrieved 2016-08-30.
- "UCI Mountain Bike World Championships - Junior Women Dowhill - All podiums 1991-2015" (PDF). uci.ch. Retrieved 2016-09-11.
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