Last updated: 19th January 3pm
Following the First Minister’s announcements on Tuesday 18th January, we can now confirm what this means for cycling activity from Monday 24th January.
Should there be any further changes, this webpage will be updated further.
From Monday 24th January:
- Indoor events can take place with no limit on the number of participants/spectators
- Physical distancing is no longer required between participants/spectators
- Indoor contact sport for adults can return. This means that the current restrictions on Track Cycling will be lifted.
The above restrictions will remain in place until Sunday 23rd January and should continue to be adhered to.
Any activity which is not mentioned above was not impacted by the restrictions introduced by the Scottish Government to address the impact of the Omicron variant.
As restrictions ease on activity, we can all still play our part in the national effort against Covid-19.
With the NHS Scotland Test & Protect system remaining in operation, all organisers of club, coaching and event activity should continue to record the attendance of those participating so that they can support contact tracers. Read our Test & Protect protocols here
Additionally, we can protect ourselves and others by:
- Getting the vaccine or the vaccine booster
- If you don’t have symptoms take regular lateral flow tests – especially before mixing with other people - order LFD tests
- Think carefully about unnecessary contact with other people, especially in crowded places
- Wear a face covering where required
- Self isolating immediately if you record a positive test on an LFT or while waiting for the result of a PCR
- Wash your hands regularly, and cover your nose and mouth if coughing or sneezing
- Open windows when meeting indoors
- use the apps: COVID status, Protect Scotland and Check-in Scotland
Scottish Cycling staff continue to work remotely and have now returned from the festive break. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries regarding the updated guidance.