As cities, counties, and the state of California begin to ease restrictions, we’ve been working hard on getting our permits approved. After weeks of conference calls, emails, and Zoom meetings, we’re proud to announce that our permits in Marin County, Santa Cruz and Tahoe Forest Service have been re-instated. We’re cautiously enthusiastic to proceed and offer our mountain bike clinics.
New Safety Measures
With that being said, as we all know things have changed a bit since the COVID-19 Pandemic began. To get our permits approved, we’ve increased safety measures, making sure all of you and Dylan stay healthy and happy. We’re doing this by adding things like:
Requiring participants / coaches have PPE face covering during clinic*
Hand Sanitizer available for all
Maintaining social distance when going through skill drills
Groups not to exceed 8 people
*we’re providing a free pre-wrapped custom designed neck gaiters/face covering for your comfort and safety when in close proximity.
Screening Everyone For Symptoms
In addition, to join one of our mountain bike clinics, we’re required to have you complete a pre-clinic questionnaire addressing your health and exposure over the last month. If you’re still unsure about joining us in a clinic, we will share with you our full COVID-19 preparedness plans if needed. Simply put, we are fully compliant to all guidelines lined out by local and state agencies.
What To Expect
The best part about this? No matter which clinic you sign up for, they’re going to be small meaning you get more time with Dylan. Your skills will increase. Your riding will get stronger. And most of all, you’ll finally get out of the house! I don’t know about you, but some time outside is exactly what we need right now.
Since this is such breaking news, we are slowly adding more sessions. Either keep checking our calendar for updates, or better yet, reach out to us, and we’ll give you the scoop on what we have in the pipeline.