Loop encompassing the capital.
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Scottish Cycling has updated our Level 3 Guidance which comes into effect from Monday 26 April.
Key information from our revised guidance published 23 April:
A maximum of 6 adults from 6 households may meet informally for outdoor activity including informal group rides. Physical distancing must be maintained at all times.
Adults (18+) and Under 18s may travel locally or to another Level 3 area to take part in organised sport. Transiting through multiple Level 3 areas on a ride is permissible.
Scottish Cycling strongly recommends a maximum group ride size of 9 for organised club group rides from unlimited households based on the retention of the physical distancing requirements from Level 4.
Events for Adults in a Time Trial format may take place, with physical distancing before, during and after competition.
U18 outdoor and indoor events may take place in groups of up to 30 from unlimited households, physical distancing does not need to be in place during competition. Events limited to maximum 200 participants per day, including all riders, parents/guardians and volunteers.
1. We will adhere with the current Scottish Government's guidance on COVID-19 at all times. Please do not leave your home to undertake exercise or outdoor activity if Scottish Government advice means you should stay at home because you or someone you live with has or has had symptoms of COVID-19.
2. Physical distancing between all participants must be maintained, where possible.
3. Please also make sure before taking part that your bike is mechanically sound and bring your own food and drink, inner tubes, gloves, face coverings and hand sanitiser to help assist with social distancing and preventing unnecessary contact.
4. Please practice good respiratory hygiene during the activity (i.e.coughing, sneezing into a tissue or the crook of an elbow)