Due to the current lockdown restrictions under level 5 nationally we like most sports are restricted and no club events will take place until at least after December 1st.
The club will continue to monitor Sport Ireland and Cycling Ireland advice on resumption protocols when applicable.
The following information was published by Cycling Ireland in 21 October 2020.
Cycling Ireland Covid19 Update – Solo training only with exemption for school aged children.
The government has decided that, as of midnight on Wednesday 21 October, the Republic of Ireland will be placed on Level 5 of the Plan for Living with COVID with a small number of exceptions. The implications for cycling clubs, members and activities are set out below. Level 5 restrictions are expected to remain in place for a period of 6 weeks.
- All training activities should be individual only or with members of your own household. There is an exemption for professional/elite sports and school aged children.
- Non-contact training can continue for school aged children, outdoors in pods of 15.
No events should take place, with the following exceptions:
- non-contact training can continue for school aged children, outdoors in pods of 15
- professional, elite sports and inter-county Gaelic games, horse-racing and greyhound racing are permitted to continue behind closed doors
- Exercise within 5 kilometres of home
- Cycling is encouraged when travelling for essential purposes (essential work, shopping, medical appointments, vital family visits etc – full list here)
- A travel exemption is in place to take school aged children to permitted training as provided for in the Exercise and Sporting section on Gov.ie