Even if sport starts up again by then I cant see any of the non Euro races having a viable peleton.
Also cant see British cycling having enough pull to get the go ahead for London-Surrey especially seeing as the main draw is the mass participation event which the race wold almost pass unnoticed without.
Also will the Giro still include Hungary as I havnt seen anything to the contrary?
Giro start in Hungary was postponed until next year but apparently, organisers want to replace those stages, riding them in Sicily.
Despite my pessimism about the likelihood of happening, I like the calendar. October will be very packed but most spring classics in Belgium were saved and Vuelta couldn't start any later than that. The Giro ends up losing the most, do to its proximity with the Tour and overlapping with the Vuelta and LBL so we might see some surprises in a weak field.
The Tour of Guangxi should be postponed until November or cancelled all together and it would be nice to save races like the Paris Tours or the Primus Classic.