The Cycling Federation of India’s plan to organize the Track Asia Cup has slipped down the slope as the event has been postponed amid the sudden rise in COVID-19 cases in India’s capital. The event was scheduled for next month but now, the CFI will have to postpone it to some other date. The postponed event is a crucial ranking points event that is directly linked to India’s qualification chances for World Championship in Turkmenistan. Also, one of the reasons why the event will have to be postponed by the CFI is that most of the nations are being reluctant in travelling to Delhi amid a recent spike in coronavirus cases here. The CFI further will have to organize the event until March 2021 after which the International Cycling Union will take away the hosting rights. As per the rules, a minimum of five nations or at least 100 cyclists are required to organize a championship.