Everyone has a responsibility to reduce the possible transmission of Covid-19. Below are some of the measures that have been implemented along with what you need to do when you book and when you arrive for a ride.
All activities are run in line with guidance issued by government, British Cycling and Scottish Cycling
Group size reduced to 4 participants for most activities
All activities will be outdoors
Hand sanitiser or hand washing available (you're encouraged to bring your own)
Hired kit is cleaned with alcohol spray before and after use
Contact details recorded to assist contact tracing
Additional PPE carried for emergency situations
What you need to do:
Read, understand and agree to the Coronavirus Policy when booking
Remain 2 metres from other households when you arrive and leave activities
Maintain good hand and cough hygiene throughout
Be aware that the risk of transmission cannot be completely removed
You must not attend any activity if you or anyone in your household are displaying symptoms, have been instructed to self-isolate, have been in close contact with someone who is displaying symptoms or has had a positive test result
You should not share transport with those from other households
Notify Highland Bike Academy which distance you have told your child to maintain or you would like to maintain
Physical distancing is not required by any participant during activities but it is required before and after activities. It is recognised that not everyone will be comfortable with this and we ask that you let us know which distance you'd like you or your child to maintain from other all other households.
If government restrictions or NGB advice forces an activity to be cancelled you will be offered a refund, credit note or an alternative date (where available)
If you have to cancel because you've developed symptoms, or have been instructed to self isolate, you can choose a refund, credit or alternative date (where available). Please give as much notice as you can
If we have to cancel or reschedule because we have developed symptoms or have been instructed to self-isolate, you will be offered a refund, credit or alternative date (where available)
Where guidance changes which necessitates a significant change to an activity, but the activity still goes ahead, you'll be contacted and can decide if you're ok to continue with the new plan or receive a refund, credit or alternative date. Examples of significant changes could be a reduction in group size or change of venue.