Road cycling season starts on 13th of February

The next cycling season foresees 10 classics and eight races in stages, totaling 59 days of competition plus circuits. Some tests will increase the duration. European under-23 will be big news.
The opening test will be in Aveiro. Then begins the Volta ao Algarve.
After a year of pandemic, this year 2020 is expected to be the year of return to normality.
If the indications given by the organizers to the Portuguese Cycling Federation are confirmed, this season will feature 59 days of competition, with 10 classics, 8 stages and 2 days of National Road, 4 end-of-season circuits and the Festival of Tavira Track.
Algarve, Arrábida, Alentejo, Torres Vedras and Volta a Portugal will be the international races with the race that honors Joaquim Agostinho starting on the last day of June and recovering the four days of duration, the same foreseen for the GP O JOGO, while Douro Internacional intends to grow to seven.
The Global Media races will once again increase their importance on the calendar, with GP Jornal de Notícias repeating the closing of the season - this year's debut was a complete success - with a race week between August and September.
In July, the European Under-23 at Anadia, to be a novelty.
The national squad will have three classics as the final point in the preparation for the Volta a Portugal.