October 25th Becomes International Cycling Day.


October 25th Becomes International Cycling Day.

October 25, 2020 will become the ? International Cycling Day ‘ . That day, the winner of the Giro d’Italia will adjust the ‘pink jersey’ in the last stage of the Italian round that coincides with a time (Cernusco sul Naviglio – Milano, 16.5 km) where everything will be decided.In addition, the prestigious ‘Paris-Roubaix’ will be disputed while LaVuelta will ascend the famous Tourmalet in the sixth stage of the Spanish round.

An afternoon to remember in memory of cycling fans who will lack devices to follow three beautiful level shows. A situation that has never happened before in international cycling.

The reformulation of the UCI calendar announced this Tuesday (which must be endorsed on the 15th) together with three fable races for the same day.

The UCI maintains 22 teams of 8 runners for the big 3

The International Cycling Union (UCI) confirmed this Tuesday, after announcing the new 2020 ‘World Tour’ calendar, which will be 22 teams of 8 riders each participating in the big three.

In this way, the ICU does not respond to the request of the brokers association, which had proposed inviting two more teams to mitigate to some extent the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Therefore, Tour, Giro and Vuelta will have 22 teams. The UCI maintains 8 riders per squad in the majors and 7 in the rest of the stage tests.

The international federation will allow the teams to be made up of 6 or 7 cyclists in the one-day or classic tests , taking into account that until now they were mandatory 7. In the UCI women’s squad ‘World Tour’ the number of team runners. It can be five instead of six or seven.

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