SEA OTTER CLASSIC POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

COVID-19 concerns prompt cancellation of the event

The Sea Otter Classic is North America’s big start to the racing season for almost all of cycling, be it road, mountain, downhill or e-MTB racing. The event, held each year at the Laguna Seca race track near Monterey, California, draws 74,000 fans and 9,800 athletes each year from around the globe.

Frank Yohannon, President and CEO of the Sea Otter Classic, officially announced that they’ve decided to postpone the event due to concerns over the coronavirus.

His letter is as follows:
Sea Otter Classic Supporters,
After a thorough review of the coronavirus threat, we’ve decided to reschedule April’s Sea Otter Classic.  Additionally, People for Bikes and Sea Otter Classic will reschedule the Bicycle Leadership Conference.
We are coordinating with local authorities to determine the best dates to host the 2020 Sea Otter Classic and Bicycle Leadership Conference.  We anticipate announcing those dates by the middle of next week.
Information regarding registration refunds and rollovers will be posted on our website once the new dates have been finalized.
Thank you again for your understanding and support during these challenging times.
Sincerely,
Frank Yohannan
President & CEO
Sea Otter Classic, Inc.

 

Sea Otter Classic postponed due to concerns over coronavirus

Sea Otter Classic postponed due to concerns over coronavirus