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Roadmap to return of Track

Cycling Ireland has set out a very specific road map for cycling during five “phases” planned by the Government for Ireland to ease the Covid-19 lock-down restrictions. The following is how this specifically applies to track.

Phase 1 – May 18th : (Solo) Adhering to 5km radius, training is permitted on an individual basis. No travel radius set within Northern Ireland.

Phase 2 – June 8th : (Solo) Adhering to 20km radius, training is permitted on an individual basis. No travel radius set within Northern Ireland.
(Small Groups) When further clarification is received from the UCI and government on ability to maintain social distancing, Cycling Ireland will revisit the potential of running group based activities and encouraging club activities to restart.

Phase 3 – June 29th : No change from June 8th

Phase 4 – July 20th : (Solo) Competition may be permitted for individual time trial on Track where strict social distancing and hygiene measures can be maintained around competition. County Level Only (to be confirmed). .
(Small Group) When further clarification is received from the UCI and government on ability to maintain social distancing, Cycling Ireland will revisit the potential of running group based activities and encouraging club activities to restart.
(Large Group) When further clarification is received from the UCI and government on ability to maintain social distancing, Cycling Ireland will revisit the potential of running group based activities and encouraging club activities to restart.
* Access (i.e. Facilties – for exemptions)

Phase 5 – August 10th: (Solo) Full return to training and competition. County Level Only (to be confirmed).
(Small Group) Full return to training and competition. County Level Only (to be confirmed).
(Large Group) Full return to training and competition. County Level Only (to be confirmed).
* Access (i.e. Facilties)

Please read the Cycling Ireland document for outline of guidelines and protocols throughout the phases.
<Link to Cycling Ireland return to Training / Racing>