Phase 1 and 2 and the practice of cycling. Official Statement of the Spanish Cycling Federation

The Spanish Cycling Federation has published its interpretation

The Royal Spanish Cycling Federation has published a release regarding the new rules for the practice of Cycling in Phase 1 and Phase 2.

The new measures will take effect from Monday, May 25

The RFEC communicates the new updates for cycling sports practice collected in the orders published in the last dates and that will take effect from Monday, May 25 for those territories that are in Phase 1 and Phase 2.

Measures for the territories that are in Phase 1

You can practice outdoor physical activity in groups of up to 10 people, But keeping the safety distance and, in case this cannot be respected, mask should be used.

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Federated Athletes Phase 1

Federated athletes who do not belong to the group of professional athletes, high-performance athletes (DAR) and high-level athletes (DAN) are allowed to train within the limits of the province in which they reside.

Non-Federated Athletes Phase 1

Non-federated athletes may only do so in their municipality. The time slots in which outdoor sports activities can be carried out remain the same: between 6 and 10 hours and between 20 and 23 hours, being able to train twice a day in the case of federated and once for the non-federated.

The autonomies can modify these strips. We remember that the group of professional athletes, DAR and DAN do not have time limits to carry out their training.

Municipalities with less than 10.000 inhabitants in Phase 1

In municipalities with less than 10.001 inhabitants that have a density of less than 100 inhabitants per square kilometer (with some exceptions) the hours for sports practice will be from 6 a.m. to 23 p.m.

 Under this schedule, resident athletes may train in their municipality or, failing that, within a distance of five kilometers, including adjacent municipalities, provided that they are within the scope of the order and belong to the same territorial unit of reference.

Can federated members move in Phase 1?

The federated athletes will be able to continue traveling to carry out their training sessions, if necessary, to those natural spaces (within their province) in which they must develop their sporting activity.

Measures for the territories that are in Phase 2

Physical activity can be practiced outdoors in groups of up to 15 people, but maintaining the safety distance and, if this cannot be respected, a mask must be used.

Non-Federated Athletes Phase 2

Athletes who do not belong to the group of professional athletes, DAR or DAN may perform physical activity outdoors during Phase 2 at any time slot, except for those over 70 years of age to walk or carry out physical activity ( from 10 to 12 hours and from 19 to 20 hours).

Federated Athletes Phase 2

Federated athletes may carry out their activity within the limits of the province in which they reside, while non-federated athletes may only do so in their municipality.

Municipalities with less than 10.000 inhabitants in Phase 2

In municipalities with fewer than 10.001 inhabitants that have a density of less than 100 inhabitants per square kilometer (with some exceptions), the hours for sports practice will be from 6 am to 23 pm.

 Under this schedule, resident athletes can train in their municipality and adjacent municipalities that are of the same condition.

Can federated members move in Phase 2?

The federated athletes will be able to continue traveling to carry out their training sessions, if necessary, to those natural spaces (within their province) in which they must develop their sporting activity.

You have to follow the rules

We continue to call on the entire cycling community to continue strictly abiding by the rules and showing a civic attitude according to the circumstances. From RFEC and its Armed Forces we appreciate their collaboration and the example they are showing.

We recall that this statement is made through an interpretation of the different orders issued by the Official State Gazette in recent weeks, so it does not imply any official binding information. The RFEC issues this statement for information to the cycling community.

Further information: https://rfec.com/ 

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