COVID-19 pandemic, how to return to cycling events?

The global COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected the world of sport. After many weeks of sporting inactivity, and sometimes of lockdown, the health conditions of some countries have stabilized, which leads to consider a gradual return to competitions with important adjustments which affect on the one hand the conditions of organization, and on the other hand the medical monitoring of the teams.

The gradual resumption of competitions must imperatively take into account the health risks associated with sporting events. This is why the organization of competitions must be accompanied by specific operational and medical measures which are set out in the various protocols implemented by the UCI.

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Road cycling

Emergency rules to be followed for the resumption of the road cycling season in the context of the coronavirus pandemic – UCI WorldTour - UCI Women’s WorldTour - UCI ProSeries events - Continental Road Championships (ME and WE) - UCI Road World Championships (ME and WE)

Emergency rules to be followed for the resumption of the road cycling season in the context of the coronavirus pandemic – UCI Class 1 - UCI Class 2 events

Checklist for mitigation measures for road cycling race   

PCR test results

Information notice - Data protection - Health protocol

Frequently asked questions

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Mountain Bike

Protocol for the resumption of the mountain biking season in the context of the coronavirus pandemic

Risk assessment related to COVID-19

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Track cycling

Protocol for the resumption of the track cycling season in the context of the coronavirus pandemic

Risk assessment related to COVID-19

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