25 February 2021
Endurance GB to open competitive ride entries for 2021 season on 1 March after Government gives greenlight to resume outdoor sport in England
Demand expected to be high with first competitive rides of season expected to be on Sunday 11 April with Bibury Salt Way in the Cotswolds and at Tilford in Surrey.
Covid safety measures will be in place at all events – health pre- screening and full audit trail in place for all attendees.
Entry limits will be in place but will vary from ride to ride, depending on the social distancing capacity of the venues and routes and any additional government/landowner restrictions in place.
2021 Golden Horseshoe Ride scheduled for 22-23 May will not take place.
Endurance GB is expecting a huge demand when entries for the first rides of the 2021 season open on Monday 1 March, ready to kick off the competitive season a month later than normal on 11 April. A packed season of pleasure rides is also planned.
Covid safety measures will be in place at all events including health pre-screening and a full audit trail in place for all attendees. Due to restrictions on overnight stays, attendees will not be able to stay overnight at events until 17 May at the earliest, at which point it is hoped that camping and corralling will be allowed again...
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