Yeah it has been a different year. Just hope you are able to stay safe and healthy! That is the most important thing.
So since you have not ridden in the last 41 days I would almost recommend our fall foundation plan to start. You will get some on the bike strength and less intense efforts to begin with. Then you can jump into 18 week of sweet spot afterwards. That is what I would recommend. Though you could just jump into sweet spot and should be fine. Just remember your FTP has probably come down. Might want to do a week of zone 2 ride before you do the first week and FTP test which would be a rough wake up call for the legs.
With 61 weeks till your goal race you have a lot of time! But you can not just not train for a year, you would loose too much and be playing catch up. After 18 weeks of sweet spot I would recommend you do an interval plan based on your goal event. This way you can get some intensity in this year. Chase after Stravas or PR’s. Something to keep you motivated to go hard. Then you can have a couple weeks offseason followed by our resistance training program (hopefully the gyms are open by then) before back to 18 weeks of sweet spot and then a 6 week race specific plan. That kind of lays out your next 61 weeks roughly.
You should restart you base + weights, but not till after any races in this year, and more like in December after a proper offseason.
Remember to watch your ramp rates when you start building your CTL back up. Try to keep to no more than 8 per week. You can’t get to 100 in just a few weeks. Follow the plan and trust the process. Remember that the recovery weeks are when you get stronger!