Priority to be given to the three grand tours and the monuments, once racing resumes.
The head of the CPA was critical of rider protests this week ahead of Thursday's controversial vote to determine the next union president.
Despite a protest letter signed by 27 prominent pro cyclists, the CPA riders' union will push through presidential election on Thursday.
The peloton disagrees with the process laid out by the CPA for its presidential vote on Thursday in Austria.
Chris Froome and other top riders clamor for an election that allows each vote to be counted and won't require travel to Austria.
The Belgian riders' union, Sporta, votes to withdraw from the CPA international union of pro cyclists.
Riders are increasingly questioning the CPA’s ability to manage its financial obligations and longer-term economic stability.