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Cycling competitions of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will be held in July 25 to August 9. The Cycling competitions will feature 22 events. Olympics 2020 competitions include four more events than 2016.

BMX Freestyles events have been added for both men and women. Track Cycling was planned for temporary venue in Ariake.

Cycling Schedule & Venue Details

VenueClusterSportDateMedal eventsCapacity
Fuji International SpeedwayOutside TokyoRoad cycling
(finish road races and time trial)
25 – 29 July4
Izu Mountain Bike CourseOutside TokyoMountain biking27 – 28 July2
Olympic BMX CourseTokyo Bay ZoneBMX (freestyle and racing)30 July – 2 August45,000
Musashinonomori ParkHeritage ZoneRoad cycling
(start road races)
25 – 26 July0
Izu VelodromeOutside TokyoTrack cycling3 – 9 August124,300

The courses for the people’s street races were uncovered in August 2018. The races will begin in Musashinonomori Park in Chofu, western Tokyo with the completion at the Fuji Speedway circuit in the Shizuoka prefecture. The men’s street race will be 234 kilometers in length with an absolute rise of 4865 m. The ladies’ race will cover 137 km with an all out height of 2692 metres.

The initial segment of the people’s races is indistinguishable. The course will initially go through the for the most part level edges of Tokyo’s metropolitan territory. After 80 km there will be a long get on Doushi Road with an absolute rise of 1000 m. In the wake of arriving at Lake Yamanakako in Yamanashi and intersection the Kagosaka Pass there will be a quick 15 km drop. From here the courses are distinctive for people.

After the drop, the men’s race will head towards the lower slants of Mount Fuji, Japan’s most noteworthy mountain, where they will go up a 14.3 km long move with a 6.0% normal slope. The riders will at that point head to the Fuji Speedway segment, where they will cross the end goal twice before entering the last piece of the race, which incorporates the Mikuni Pass top at around 30 km to go.

This trip is 6.8 km at a stature of 1159 meters with a normal grade of 10.2% including areas arriving at 20%. After the ascension, the race will come back to Lake Yamanakako and the Kagosaka Pass before completing on the Fuji Speedway circuit.

The ladies’ race wo exclude the two extreme trips at Mount Fuji and Mikuni Pass. Rather, the race will stay on the Fuji Speedway circuit, where the ladies will ride 1.5 laps before the last intersection of the end goal.

Participating Nations – Cycling at the Summer Olympics 2020

Participating nations

•               Algeria (2)

•               Argentina (1)

•               Australia (24)

•               Austria (7)

•               Azerbaijan (1)

•               Belarus (4)

•               Belgium (12)

•               Burkina Faso (1)

•               Canada (19)

•               Chile (3)

•               China (7)

•               Colombia (7)

•               Costa Rica (2)

•               Cuba (1)

•               Cyprus (1)

•               Czech Republic (4)

•               Denmark (13)

•               Ecuador (2)

•               Egypt (1)

•               Eritrea (3)

•               Estonia (2)

•               Ethiopia (1)

•               Finland (1)

•               France (20)

•               Germany (22)

•               Great Britain (21)

•               Greece (2)

•               Guatemala (1)

•               Hong Kong (7)

•               Hungary (1)

•               Iran (1)

•               Ireland (5)

•               Israel (1)

•               Italy (19)

•               Japan (16)

•               Kazakhstan (5)

•               Latvia (2)

•               Lithuania (4)

•               Luxembourg (3)

•               Malaysia (2)

•               Mexico (5)

•               Morocco (1)

•               Namibia (2)

•               Netherlands (18)

•               New Zealand (17)

•               Norway (7)

•               Panama (1)

•               Paraguay (1)

•               Peru (1)

•               Poland (14)

•               Portugal (3)

•               Romania (2)

•               Russia (11)

•               Rwanda (1)

•               Slovakia (2)

•               Slovenia (5)

•               South Africa (10)

•               South Korea (2)

•               Spain (9)

•               Suriname (1)

•               Sweden (2)

•               Switzerland (12)

•               Chinese Taipei (1)

•               Thailand (1)

•               Trinidad and Tobago (3)

•               Turkey (2)

•               Ukraine (2)

•               United States (17)

•               Uzbekistan (2)

•               Venezuela (1)

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