The route will climb though the Emerald Hills area to Canada Road and the Ralston bike trail. We’ll do a loop though the hills in San Mateo and Belmont, then return via the Ralston bike trail and Canada Road. We will stop at Crystal Spring Village where you can pick up lunch, and then we’ll ride another mile to Laurelwood Park where we can sit and eat. Meet Mark Mack (firstname.lastname@example.org or 925-207-4993) at 10 am at Burgess Park in Menlo Park. We will leave at 10:15.
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Do not join club rides if you are sick (cough, sore throat, fever, loss of smell). All riders must have a face covering (mask, bandana, buff or other without vent) to be worn at the start of each ride and whenever stopped (eg during regroups). Riders must maintain a safe distance from each other. No drafting, pace lines, spitting or blowing noses into the air during rides. All riders are expected to have read the current County Health Orders and stay in compliance in regards to social distancing, outdoor dining and face coverings: https://www.smchealth.org/sites/main/files/file-attachments/ho_order_c19-11_20200617.pdf?1592431253 and https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19/Pages/mandatory-directives-recreational-and-athletic-activities-and-facilities.aspx
There is risk in all gatherings, since people without symptoms can transmit COVID-19. Participation in club rides is voluntary. Members assume the full and complete risk that is associated with exposure to and infection by COVID-19 during such participation. Please note that in the event Western Wheelers is asked by the department of public health for a list of riders participating in any club ride for purposes of Covid-19 exposure tracing, Western Wheelers will comply with such requests.
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