So UCI have announced that the 2020 and 2021 Worlds will take place in Switzerland and Belgium, respectively, where, according to UCI themselves, the 2020 route will be in the Rhône Valley in the Alps and be selective, and the 2021 route will be a "typical Flanders circuit".
It sounds promising IMO! Hoping for fireworks on both occasion, though we might just get disappointed again!2020 UCI Road World Championships: Cantons of Vaud and Valais* (Switzerland)
This will be the 11th edition of the discipline’s UCI Worlds organised in Switzerland and the first time the major annual UCI event comes to the French-speaking region of the country. The competitions will take place principally in the region of the Rhône valley, in the heart of the Alps, close to the UCI headquarters. The routes for some of the races will have a selective profile.
2021 UCI Road World Championships: Flanders Region* (Belgium)
On this occasion, the UCI Worlds for road cycling will return to one of the major cycling countries, which has not hosted the event since the edition in Zolder and Hasselt in 2002. The 2021 UCI Road World Championships, contested on a typical Flanders circuit, will mark the centenary of the event, organised for the first time in 1921 in Copenhagen, Denmark.