The programming of all the continental championships that the Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) will organize was announced in the first days of the year, with the uniqueness that on this occasion it involves five nations: United States, Colombia, Brazil, El Salvador and Chile.

The first competition will be the Pan American track event (April 3 to 7), in Carson, a district of the city of Los Angeles, in the United States, where the velodrome planned for the 1928 Olympic Games that that city will host will be used. Of California.

Very close to that date (April 13), Bogotá, Colombia, will host the Pan American BMX Racing; while Midway, a city in the state of Utah, will host the Pan American Mountain Bike Championship from May 8 to 12 in the XCO-XCE-XCR and XCC modalities, all of which have wide roots in the United States.

The fifth month of the year itself reserves the attractive Pan American Road Race (for both the Elite, Junior and Sub 23 categories) for Sao Paulo, Brazil, from May 20 to 27; while in Minas Gerais, in the South American giant itself, from June 7 to 9 the Pan American MTB will take place, but in the XCM modality.

After the return of the Olympic Games, the calendar presents its last competitions of the year. El Salvador, from September 26 to 29, will take advantage of the infrastructure created for the Central American and Caribbean Games, to organize the Pan American MTB, in the DHI category.

Finally, Santiago de Chile, from October 24 to 27, will host the Fresstyle BMX Pan American; The city of Missoula, in the United States, will be the city of Cyclocross (November 5), while the exact date in October of the long-awaited Pan American Track and Road Masters on Salvadoran soil remains to be determined.

All these continental championships will give points for the American and world Ranking, and for many they will be preparatory for the Olympic event in the French capital and the different World Cups and world championships.