The Tour of Denmark in September has been canceled because organizers feared the best Danish cyclists, at least, would be committed to the Tour de France being held at the same time.
The Tour of Denmark was originally in mid-August, and requested new dates from the International Cycling Union. The governing body moved the tour to Sept. 1-5.
But the UCI also agreed to move the Tour de France to Aug. 29-Sept. 20.
Denmark has been reopening schools, shops, restaurants, and churches in the last two weeks, but the border remains closed to foreigners, and tour organizers aren't certain when they will reopen. The organizers also say they aren't able to test all participants for COVID-19, and prevent crowds along the route.