WE'VE GOT A SOLID PLAN IN PLACE TO PROTECT YOU

Covid Policy

COVID SAFETY POLICY
KEEPING YOU AND OUR TEAM SAFE AT ALL TIMES

Anyone aged 13 or above will need to provide proof of a negative lateral flow test to gain access to the event. Participants will no longer be required to wear a face covering to be in the event village, however we highly recommend that all participants still wear a face covering.

As we return to hosting events in 2022, ensuring your safety and the quality of your event experience is our #1 focus. Over the past few months, our team has been working with local officials and independent experts to fine-tune a suite of safety measures designed to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission at our events.

All participants will receive safety information specific to their event (following government guidance and local authorities) via email between 2-3 weeks prior to their event.

YOUR COVID PLEDGE
we all need to stick together

SUPBIKERUN is all about looking after our participants, we all need to stick together to keep our entire community safe when returning to our events. Whilst we’ve got a solid plan in place to protect you, here’s how you can do your part to help:

  1. Stay home if you are sick or have been in contact with someone who is sick.
  2.  Read all event communication and signage, as it could contain important safety information on new event procedures and policies. Follow the instructions of medical personnel and SUPBIKERUN Staff.
  3. Respect social distancing and look for any visual cues like signage and ground markings that indicate where to stand and how far apart to be from fellow participants
  4. Practice proper health and hygiene methods for hand washing, hand sanitising, sneezing, coughing, etc
  5. Wear a face covering when not on the course.
  6. Show up on time at your assigned arrival and start time.
  7. Give yourself and others some space.
  8. Thank the volunteers, they are there to keep you safe and help keep you going.
  9. Consider the safety of yourself and others around you.
  10. Respect the host community and venue.