The UCI has released a detailed racing calendar for the rest of the year. Dozens of races were cancelled or postponed because of the coronavirus crisis. The governing body will now try to squeeze as many races as possible into the period between August 1 and October 31.

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“We have drawn up a solid, attractive and varied new calendar that is as realistic and coherent as possible,” said UCI president David Lappartient. “This has been achieved as early as was practicable and in line with information available today concerning the evolution of the pandemic. Riders, teams and organisers now have the dates they need to anticipate the resumption of racing on August 1. This is a very important step that the entire cycling community, financially impacted by the pandemic, has been waiting for to move forward.”

The peloton during stage 21 on Champs Elysees © Profimedia, Shutterstock Editorial

Al three Grand Tours should take place. The Tour will start on August 29 and finish in Paris on September 20. The Giro will be held from October 3 till October 25. The Vuelta should be shorter than originally planned. 18 stages instead of 21. It will also overlap with the Giro, which will start on October 20 and end on November 8.

La Course should take place on August 29, and the Giro Rosa will run from September 11 till September 19. The biggest news in the women’s calendar, however, is the addition of Paris-Roubaix. It should happen on October 25, the same day as the men’s race. It will be the first women’s edition of the race in history.

UCI Women’s WorldTour

-1 August: Strade Bianche (Italy)

-8 August: Postnord UCI WWT Vårgårda West Sweden TTT (Sweden)

-9 August: Postnord UCI WWT Vårgårda West Sweden RR (Sweden)

-13-16 August: Ladies Tour of Norway (Norway)

-26 August: GP de Plouay – Lorient Agglomération Trophée WNT (France)

-29 August: La Course by Le Tour de France (France)

-1-6 September: Boels Ladies Tour (the Netherlands)

-11-19 September: Giro d’Italia Internazionale Femminile (Italy)

-30 September: La Flèche Wallonne Féminine (Belgium)

-4 October: Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes (Belgium)

-10 October: Amstel Gold Race Ladies (the Netherlands)

-11 October: Gent-Wevelgem in Flanders Fields (Belgium)

-18 October: Ronde van Vlaanderen (Belgium)

-20 October: Tour of Guangxi Women’s WorldTour (China)

-20 October: Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne (Belgium)

-23-25 October: Tour of Chongming Island (China)

-25 October: Paris-Roubaix (France)

-6-8 November: Ceratizit Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta (Spain)

UCI WorldTour

-1 August: Strade Bianche (Italy)

-5-9 August: Tour de Pologne (Poland)

-8 August: Milano-Sanremo (Italy)

-12-16 August: Critérium du Dauphiné (France)

-16 August: Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic (Great Britain)

-25 August: Bretagne Classic – Ouest-France (France)

-29 August -20 September: Tour de France (France)

-7-14 September: Tirreno-Adriatico (Italy)

-11 September: Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (Canada)

-13 September: Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal (Canada)

-29 September -3 October: BinckBank Tour

-30 September: La Flèche Wallonne (Belgium)

-3-25 October: Giro d’Italia (Italy)

-4 October: Liège-Bastogne-Liège (Belgium)

-10 October: Amstel Gold Race (the Netherlands)

-11 October: Gent-Wevelgem in Flanders Fields (Belgium)

-14 October: A Travers la Flandre (Belgium)

-15-20 October: Gree – Tour of Guangxi (China)

-18 October: Tour des Flandres (Belgium)

-20 October – 8 November: Vuelta Ciclista a España (Spain)

-21 October: Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne (Belgium)

-25 October: Paris-Roubaix (France)

-31 October: Il Lombardia (Italy)

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