COVID-19 Safety Talk


Be a good Teammate

Your following this guidance makes you a good teammate, reduces the chance of your teammates getting COVID-19 and will reduce the chance your team practice will need to pause.

Stay home

If you have been exposed to anybody with symptoms or in contact with anyone who has had a positive COVID-19 test in the past 14 days, stay at home.

Stay in contact

Let your coach know about any potential exposure you may have had with anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms or has tested positive for COVID-19 before, during, or after practice.

Stay healthy

If you develop or are having any of the following symptoms prior to, while at practice, or after practice, let your coach know. Stay at home if you have any symptoms.
* Fever
* Sore Throat
* Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
* Muscle Pain
* Nausea
* New loss of taste or smell
* Cough
* Vomiting
* Unexplainable Rash
* Chills
* Diarrhea

Stay away

Practice physical distancing- stay 6 feet away from coaches and teammates. Give plenty of room when passing or allowing others to pass. Plan ahead for stopping areas to maintain distance.

Stay covered

Always have your mask ready to put-on. Wear it anytime not riding or may come within 6 feet of others and follow your team and league rules about masks at all times.

Stay chill

On the trail, stay within your limits. Have fun but save the gnar for another time. Get rad later.

Stay solo

Be prepared, you will not be able to share equipment– make sure your bike is working properly, bring all the water, tools, pumps, tubes, snacks, and anything else you need to be self-sufficient on the trail.

Stay small

Before and during rides, gather in small groups with consideration for group size limits. As possible, keep the same groups for the season.

Stay clean

Wash your hands, use hand sanitizer often, avoid touching your face, keep your bike and other equipment sanitized. If you need to use a public restroom or any public facilities, be quick and avoid touching any surfaces or fixtures as much as possible. Use hand sanitizer immediately afterward.