After reviewing results from a survey of riders registered for this year’s Tour of America’s Dairyland (ToAD) criterium series, organizers announced they have decided to postpone the event. Originally scheduled June 18-28, the 11-day event will now tentatively run July 30 – August 9.
Organizers acknowledge that simply moving the dates ahead may not keep the original plans for each stage in tact.
“While we expect to have a few cities who are unable to host us this year, we remain committed to providing a world-class race experience for participants and know the remaining 2020 venues can’t wait to welcome racers to their communities,” ToAD organizers said Wednesday in an email. “Should future developments mandate further decision making, we pledge to keep all of you informed.”
Since its inception in 2009, ToAD has grown to 11 consecutive days of criterium racing, making it the largest competitive road cycling series in the nation. Each day brings a new race in a new host community throughout Southeast Wisconsin, and with categories for all alongside pro races, it’s an event made for racers and spectators alike.
Photo provided by TOAD