For Chillees in England as of the 13 May 2020 Government guidance has changed allowing for increased freedom to ride. Chillees in Wales and Scotland can check out the current British Cycling guidelines, and overseas riders can check your country’s or region’s advice.
You’re no longer restricted to one bout of outdoor exercise a day so, if you wanted, you could walk your dog in the morning and head out for an evening ride.
No group rides but you can meet-up with one person from outside your household for a slightly more social spin as long as you maintain the 2m distance rule.
You still should maintain a 2m distance from whoever you’re riding with, if outside of your household, and other people you encounter on your ride. Think about this when planning your route and be prepared to stop and wait to allow passing at a safe distance. This particularly applies if you’re riding narrow trails.
Fancy stopping for a breather on a park bench? That’s fine, you can sit and rest outside before, during and after your ride. This also means, if your local coffee shop is doing takeaways, you can get one and enjoy it outdoors.
It’s okay to drive to ride but do be aware that many carparks and facilities will still be shut so do check before heading off. You’ve also got to remember, when parking and riding, to maintain that 2m distance.
It’s great seeing these easing of restrictions in England but it’s vital, as cyclists, that we ride responsibly, follow the guidance and, in doing so, help to maintain the right to ride outside.
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Glen is usually behind the scenes making sure that the Hotchillee Ride Captains and event participants have fully functioning bicycles to ride but he occasionally makes an appearance in front of the camera to share his wisdom. If he’s not fixing or building bikes he’ll be out riding in #SweetSussex. If you want to know anything about Cyclocross, Glen is the man to ask.
Consultant with British Cycling and author of the Road Cycling Performance Manual. Lover of cobbles, gravel and Siberian Pine – not so keen on climbs! Nik is the author of all of the Hotchillee Training Plans, Zwift workout files and regularly posts tips and advice on the Hotchillee app. He’s also the evil genius behind the now infamous Hotchillee Gain Train.
Adele has worked within the health and fitness industry for over 25 years starting with a ballet and dance background herself, she has progressed to training and teaching all styles of fitness and offers Pilates, barre & yoga. As a keen runner, Adele appreciates the need for a strong healthy body and mind and incorporates many elements of Pilates, yoga and barre into her own training to ensure her strength and stamina remain.