|Current season, competition or edition:|
2021 UCI ProSeries
|Sport||Road bicycle racing|
|Country||Europe, Asia, Argentina and United States|
In December 2018, the UCI announced various reforms to the structure and organisation of men's professional road racing. One of the major changes is the introduction of a new division of races called the UCI ProSeries. With the introduction of the ProSeries, the UCI .HC road races will disappear from the calendar. In October 2019, the UCI published the 2020 UCI International Road Calendar, including the ProSeries.  The inaugural season of the ProSeries was planned to include 57 events, which were formerly World Tour, .HC or .1 events, but many were cancelled due to the worldwide Covid 19 pandemic of 2020-21.
In events of the ProSeries, UCI WorldTeams may participate, up to a maximum of 70% in European races and 65% in other races. The rest of the teams participating may be UCI ProTeams, UCI continental teams and National teams.
The inaugural UCI ProSeries calendar consisted of 57 events, of which 30 were one-day races (1.Pro) and 27 were stage races (2.Pro). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple events were cancelled, postponed or introduced in both 2020 and 2021 and the ProSeries calendar has been revised several times. The calendar features events in 19 countries on 4 continents: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Portugal, Spain, Turkey and United States.
Winners by race
Most race wins
Race wins by country
|1.||Belgium||14||Evenepoel (6), Merlier (2), Hermans, Philipsen, Rickaert, Robeet, Vansevenant, van Aert|
|2.||France||7||Démare (3), Alaphilippe, Cavagna, Gaudu, Laporte|
|3.||Italy||6||Bagioli, Celano, Ciccone, Nizzolo, Ulissi, Viviani|
|4.||Denmark||5||Asgreen, Fuglsang, C Pedersen, M Pedersen, Valgren|
|5.||Great Britain||4||Hayter, Pidcock, Swift, Yates|
|Spain||Díaz, Izagirre, Landa, Valverde|
|7.||Colombia||3||López, Quintana, Sosa|
|New Zealand||Bennett, Smith|
Race wins by team
|1.||Deceuninck–Quick-Step||11||Evenepoel (6), Alaphilippe, Asgreen, Bagioli, Cavagna, Vansevenant|
|2.||Groupama–FDJ||5||Démare (3), Gaudu, Küng|
|3.||Alpecin–Fenix||4||Merlier (2), Philipsen, Rickaert|
|4.||Astana–Premier Tech||3||Fuglsang, Izagirre, Vlasov|
|Ineos Grenadiers||Hayter, Pidcock, Sosa|
|Trek–Segafredo||Mollema, M Pedersen, Simmons|
|UAE Team Emirates||Pogačar (2), Ulissi|
|EF Education–Nippo||Clarke, Valgren|
|Movistar Team||López, Valverde|
|Team BikeExchange||Smith, Yates|
|Team Jumbo–Visma||Bennett, van Aert|
|15.||Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB||1||Robeet|
|Israel Start-Up Nation||Hermans|
|Italy (national team)||Ciccone|
|Team Bahrain Victorious||Landa|
|Team DSM||C Pedersen|
|Team Qhubeka NextHash||Nizzolo|
|Team Sapura Cycling||Celano|
|Uno-X Pro Cycling Team||Tiller|
- "Men's professional road cycling: Changes for 2020". UCI. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
- "Publication of the 2020 UCI International Road Calendar". UCI. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
- "PART II – ROAD RACES. Rules amendments applying on 01.01.2020" (PDF). UCI. Retrieved 11 October 2019.