Officials remain confident that Tasmania will still get to host the Australian BMX Championships for just the third time.
The 2020 titles were scheduled to be held at Launceston's revamped St Leonards track in March before joining the lengthy list of sporting events cancelled by coronavirus.
However, the track's successful staging of the Tasmanian championships at the weekend has left BMX Tasmania president Graham Rogers hopeful of a national recall.
"Next year they will be going to Western Australia but we're hoping maybe in 2022 it will return to Launceston although BMX Australia have not made anything official yet," he said.
The national titles have previously been held in Launceston in the early '90s and Hobart in 2002.
"It's certainly been a long time between drinks and we were really looking forward to it this year," Rogers said.
"It was a huge disappointment after such a long wait and for the younger riders who don't get to see the best riders in Australia performing."
Significant improvements made to the Launceston track intended for this year's nationals were warmly welcomed by those competing from the state's three clubs at the weekend.
"Launceston is a great track. The improvements are just amazing. In my opinion, as a rider myself, it is certainly the best we have," Rogers added.
"We were blessed with good weather and the track was a pleasure to ride. It's a really fast track and they still have more improvements to make with the surface but it is the premium track in the state.
"But we are also fortunate that Wynyard has had an upgrade as well and is a very close second and Hobart will be having a new track built by Glenorchy council as part of the Tolosa precinct so we should have three national level tracks in Tasmania within the next year."
Rogers said he believed any of the state's three tracks could host a national championship.
"There is quite a list of pre-requisites for nationals but I'm certainly confident that any of our clubs, given assistance from Aus Cycling, could tick those off."
As part of the move to Aus Cycling, BMX Tasmania ceases to exist on December 31 after 20 years as the state's overseeing body. Although there will be no state organisation after that, there will be an advisory council with representatives from mountain biking, BMX, track and road cycling.
The three clubs will become more autonomous and develop new calendars and programs but there will still be a state series with two rounds at each club.
The 2021 state championships will be held at Wynyard in September.
Launceston is hosting the third round of its twilight series on November 21 and fourth round of the state series the Saturday after.