The Spanish round will overlap in six stages with the Giro, and on October 25 both major events will coincide with Paris-Roubaix.
Although everything will depend on the evolution of the pandemic and government and health decisions, the calendar for the remainder of the 2020 cyclist is already here: Tour de France, from August 29 to September 20; Tour of Italy, from 3 to 25 October; and, as AS advanced , Tour of Spain from October 20 to November 8, reduced to 18 stages and coinciding in six with the Corsa Rosa.
Tour and Giro retain their 21 days, even though the Italian round lost its start abroad (in Hungary), as did the Vuelta (from the Netherlands).
La Grande Boucle, supported by the French Government, will have three days in August practically behind closed doors, because its country banned events with more than 5,000 spectators until September.
As a summary of the compressed content of the new program, on October 25 the outcome of the Giro, the Tourmalet in the Vuelta and the Paris-Roubaix will coincide .
The World Tour squad will return to action on the Strade Bianche on August 1. The suspension of any cycling activity was fixed until July 1, August 1 for the highest category. World Cups, between September 20 and 27, and Nationals, from August 20 to 23, remain unchanged
-1st 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: Cycling Tour of Spain (Spain)
-21 October: Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne (Belgium)
-25 October: Paris-Roubaix (France)
-31 October: Il Lombardia (Italy)
Burgos, from July 28 to August 1; Getxo, August 2; and Ordizia, who requested its celebration on September 13, continue to stand, but in the absence of official confirmation for not belonging to the World Tour.