Since the beginning of May, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has regularly communicated on the revised calendars of the different disciplines, particularly those of road, mountain bike and cyclo-cross. As the UCI has always indicated, the new dates announced remain however subject to the evolution of the world health situation and the decisions of the competent authorities in the territories hosting its competitions. The UCI is today updating on the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2020-2021 calendar in the current health context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The UCI regrets to announce that the five rounds in Koksijde (Belgium), Besançon (France), Diegem (Belgium), Villars (Switzerland) and Hoogerheide Provincie Noord Brabant (Netherlands) scheduled respectively on 22 and 29 November, 27 December, and 17 and 24 January 2021, have been cancelled at the request of the organisers. The round of Zonhoven (Belgium), originally scheduled for December 13, is currently under discussion.
Flanders Classics, in coordination with the UCI, is now working on a new revised calendar for the 2020-2021 UCI World Cup, to be announced as soon as possible.