Cycling South Africa confirm no cycling events shall be permitted to take place until 15 January 2020, following the Level 3 announcement by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday, 28 December 2020.
As a result of the adjusted regulations, all sanctioning certificates of events planned for this period have been rescinded with immediate effect.
According to a statement by Cycling SA on Twitter (@Cycling_SA), the following regulations have been put in place:
- Cyclists are able to continue training but not in groups.
- Training is now restricted to between the hours of 06.00 and 21.00 daily.
- Masks are not required when exercising vigorously, but cyclists must keep a distance of 1,5m away from any other person. A mask needs to be worn at all other times.
Cycling SA are also refraining from making final decisions regarding the National Championships scheduled for February 2020, until further announcements have been made by government.
Following the announcement by @PresidencyZA on Monday, we can confirm that no cycling events shall be permitted to take place until 15 January 2021.
All sanctioning certificates of events planned for this period have been rescinded with immediate effect.
Photo 1 Caption: MTB athlete pictured in action. Image: Trailseeker MTB Series