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Events Impacted by COVID-19

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has impacted all aspects of life and cycling has been no exception. The public health measures put in place by governments and health authorities all across the world have put the cycling events calendar into a major storm of uncertainty cancelling or postponing virtually all cycling events including races, club rides, world cups, national championships, and even the Olympic games.

Cycling Canada has put together a list of events on the National calendar that have been either cancelled or postponed and will be updating the list as the situation evolves.

Cycling Canada domestic events postponed or cancelled, https://www.cyclingcanada.ca/sport/covid-19/news/event-status-updates-covid-19/

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the international federation for cycling, has also been compiling a list of postponed or cancelled events on the UCI International Calendar for each cycling discipline and will continue to update the list as necessary.

UCI international events postponed or cancelled, https://www.uci.org/news/2020/covid-19-pandemic-publication-of-lists-of-postponed-or-cancelled-uci-events

As for Cycling BC events that have been postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic including BC Provincial Championships and the BC Cup Series pb Cobotix, please refer to the Cycling BC Events Calendar which we will be updating as required.

Cycling BC Events Calendar, https://cyclingbc.net/events/

In light of Cycling Canada’s recent announcement regarding domestic events up to July 6, 2020, Cycling BC is also recommending that events scheduled up to and including July 6th, be postponed or cancelled. Cycling Canada will be making another announcement on May 28th regarding events scheduled beyond this date.

Cycling BC would like to acknowledge the sacrifices that everybody in the cycling community has had to make in the interest of public health and safety. These are difficult times and though we miss the ability to bring people together through our sport, we thank you for your understanding and staying united in putting the health and safety of the community above all.

Cycling BC will continue to monitor the situation in our province and across the country very closely and communicate pertinent information to our community as it becomes available.