COVID Guidelines

  • Please respect people’s space and abide by the 6’ guidelines currently the norm around the world with people not in your party. The social distance police will not be present, please use good judgement.
  • The amazing food spread and beer we typically put out at the finish line each year, will not be able to happen. Congregation, shared utensils, possible airborne contaminants all pose an undue risk.
  • If you have tested positive and are or have recovered from Covid-19, been exposed to it, have been medically quarantined in the last 14 days, feel feverish or have a current fever. I am going to respectfully ask you to not participate or visit with us ride morning.
  • Requirement Registration Volunteers to wear masks, gloves, and have hand sanitizer near them.
  • Riders must put on hand sanitizer before gathering their registration items.
  • As soon as riders get their registration packages, they need to do what they need to do then start. No lollygagging around.
  • Riders should be instructed not to hug, high five, touch each other at any point before, during, or after their event.
  • There will not be a mass start
  • No spectators
  • Strongly encourage the use of masks while you are off of your bikes
  • All of our volunteers will be using masks and our SAG stations will be offering single serve items only as well as very frequent sanitization
  • Hand sanitizer stations at SAG stops
  • There will be food trucks at Sosebee Cycling Park day of, but do not congregate with others. Maintain a 6ft distance between those not in your party.
  • People finish the ride at all different times, being abundantly crowded will not be a concern.
  • Provide physical guides, such as tape on floors or sidewalks and signs on walls, to ensure that individuals remain at least 6 feet apart in lines and at other times (e.g., guides for creating one-way routes).
  • Install physical barriers, such as sneeze guards and partitions, in areas where it is difficult for individuals to remain at least 6 feet apart. Barriers can be useful at cash registers and other areas where maintaining physical distance of 6 feet is difficult.
  • Use disposable food service items including utensils and dishes.