This will be re-evaluated on a monthly basis. We will continue to comply with Weber County guidelines.
Due to the size and nature of this event, we are confident that we will be able to proceed with our in-person El Doce event this year! We will have safety protocols and guidelines from the health department in place in order to provide a safe environment.
We will follow all recommendations and requirements from State and Local Health Officials to ensure a safe experience for everyone involved. Should recommendations and requirements change prior to the race, we will update this page to reflect the most current recommendations, requirements and precautions that we will be taking for the event. As of April 22, 2021, the following precautions are in place for this year’s event. Please check this page frequently for updates. We look forward to seeing you and are committed to providing a safe experience for everyone involved.
COVID PRECAUTIONS PLAN:
· Staff, vendors, and spectators will be required to wear face-covering
· Athletes will be required to wear a face-covering when in the start/finish area and any area where congregating takes place. Athletes are not required to wear face-covering when on course with the exception of when stopping and interacting at an aid station.
· Required 6 feet physical distance
· Vendor booth (limited) will be spaced 10 feet apart
· Increased sanitation in high-touch areas
· Wave starts of 20 riders at a time
· Hand sanitizer will be provided at check-in
· One-way traffic at packet-pick up + physical distance
· Mask required at packet pick-up, and while in wave corral (until riders are sufficiently spaced on course)
If you have any COVID19 related symptoms we respectfully ask that you please stay home: Temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or above, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea