The Oceania Cycling Confederation has put the 2021 Oceania Cycling Championships on hold until further notice because of the continuing global pandemic.
Despite the Oceania Cycling Championships usually taking place within the first few months of the year, the Oceania Cycling Confederation (OCC) has decided to delay the 2021 event until they can safely organise the races. Following a meeting with stakeholders, Federal and State Governments and health authorities, the OCC concluded that without a Pacific travel bubble the championships could not be held.
Currently, there is no date set for when the Oceania Cycling Championships could take place. But the OCC says in their press release they are continuing to work with each cycling federation involved to try and hold the event later this year.