Last updated 4 February 2021
This page provides a brief summary of COVID-19 rules, restrictions and guidelines as they apply to the sport of cycling in NSW. It will be updated as information changes. This page is intended as a brief overview only.
Races, training sessions and other community sport activities that involve more than 100 participants require a COVID-19 Safety Plan.
The maximum number of participants at a community sporting activity must not exceed 3,000 participants, or one person per 2 square metres (whichever is less).
Racing is subject to the Cycling NSW Guide to Racing and Training in the COVID-19 Environment.
Organisers must keep a record of all attendees.
Indoor recreation facilities in Greater Sydney, including Dunc Gray Velodrome, can accommodate the greater of:
Dunc Gray Velodrome is open for casual member training subject to the Dunc Gray Velodrome Training COVID-19 Protocol.
Try The Track has returned to operation.
Anyone participating in a gathering, include group rides and training, should download the COVIDSafe app.
Please maintain a physical distance of at least 1.5 metres from others and practise good hygiene, including washing your hands and covering your mouth and nose when you sneeze.
Wearing a mask is recommended, particularly when indoors or when you are not able to maintain physical distancing.
To assist event organisers with following COVID regulations and guidelines, we have developed a step-by-step Event Management Guide for Road and Track Cycling.
All persons must follow the current Public Health Orders.
For more information about COVID-19 generally, visit the NSW Government COVID-19 website.