Last weekend’s Strade Bianche proving quite the spectacular return to racing, with riders in exceptional form and hungry as ever for victory. The only thing missing, of course was the fans lining the streets, lighting up the atmosphere. Here’s hoping we’ll all be back there soon!

In case you need a refresh of the new WT dates for 2020 to pencil in your diaries, here they are:

*Fingers crossed all goes ahead smoothly for the riders, team’s and organisers.


1: Strade Bianche (Italy) – provisional.

5-9: Tour of Poland (Poland) – provisional.

8: Milan-Sanremo (Italy) – provisional.

12-16: Critérium du Dauphiné (France) – provisional.

15: Il Lombardia (Italy) – provisional.

25: Bretagne Classic-Ouest-France (France) – provisional.

26: GP de Plouay-Lorient Agglomération Trophée WNT (women) – provisional.

29-Sept 20: Tour de France (France) – provisional.

29: La Course by Le Tour de France (women, France) – provisional.


7-14: Tirreno-Adriatico (Italy) – provisional

11-19: Giro Rosa (women, Italy) – provisional.

20-27:UCI Road World Championships, Aigle, Switzerland

30: Flèche Wallonne (men and women, Belgium) – provisional.

29-Oct 3: Binck Bank Tour (Belgium & Holland) – provisional.


3-25: Giro d’Italia (Italy) – provisional.

4: Liège-Bastogne-Liège (men and women, Belgium) – provisional.

10: Amstel Gold Race (men and women, Holland) – provisional.

11: Ghent-Wevelgem (men and women, Belgium) – provisional.

18: Tour of Flanders (men and women, Belgium) – provisional.

20-Nov 8: Vuelta a España (Spain) – provisional.

20: Three Days of De Panne (women, Belgium) – provisional.

21: Three Days of De Panne (men) – provisional.

23-25: Tour of Chongming Island (women, China) – provisional.​

25: Paris-Roubaix (men and women, France) – provisional.


5-10: Gree-Tour of Guangxi (China) – provisional.

10: Tour of Guangxi (women, China) – provisional.

6-8: Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta (women, Spain) – provisional.

STRADE Revised UCI World Tour dates

How to watch?
  1. Eurosport
  2. Eurosport (with a VPN)
  3. GCN Race Pass
  4. FloBikes (US)
  5. NBC Sports Gold (US)
SBS Cycling Central’s Guide to watching from Australia:
  1. Women
  2. Men

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