UCI Says The 2020 Season Is On!

The Strade-Bianche kicks-off a heavy schedule

The UCI have announced that the World Tour season will recommence on August 1, when the peloton will be at the start line in Siena for Strade Bianche, a race our team has won on three occasions with as many different riders. One week later, Milano-Sanremo will be staged, followed by the Tour de Pologne, Critérium du Dauphiné, RideLondon Classic, Bretagne Classic, before one of the year’s biggest rendez-vous, the Tour de France (29 August-20 September).

Tirreno-Adriatico will run between 8-14 September, when a chunk of the peloton will travel to Canada for Quebec and Montreal, with the Giro d’Italia – the season’s second Grand Tour of the season – set to take place in October (3-25). This means the Corsa Rosa will overlap with Liège–Bastogne–Liège, Flèche Wallonne, Amstel Gold Race, Gent-Wevelgem, Ronde van Vlaanderen, Paris-Roubaix, but also with the first week of the Vuelta a España. The last Monument of the year will once again be Il Lombardia, on 31st October, but cycling will continue well into the month of November, with the last week of La Vuelta.

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