The junior women (17-18 years old) will live in Plouay the 16th edition of the European Championship of their age category created in 2005. The selective circuit will allow the strongest to stand out. The Dutch will once again be the favorites with notably the defending champion Ilse Pluimers who won in her country in 2019, in her first season in the category.
On the morning. 5 laps of the Circuit de Plouay. 5 x 13,650 km = 68,250 km.
Since 2005, the European Junior Men's Championship has been an important race in the 17-18 year old calendar. The event even smiled twice at Bretons since we saw Johan Le Bon triumph in 2008 and Franck Bonnamour in 2013 during a double with Elie Gesbert. Winner last year in Alkmaar, Ukrainian Andrii Ponomar will be able to defend his title, he won in 2019 in his first season in the category.
On the afternoon. 8 laps of the Circuit de Plouay. 8 x 13,650 km = 109,200 km.
New event during the 2019 season, the Mixed Relay European Championship is a team time trial is very popular for riders. Competitors will have four laps of the Plouay circuit to complete as a team time trial. Each team will consist of three men and three women, each trio covering half the distance with a halfway relay. In 2019, the title was won by the Netherlands ahead of Germany and Italy.
At the end of the afternoon. 4 laps of the Plouay Circuit. 4 x 13,650 km = 54.6 km.