Special Notice

Covid-19 and club ride status

Current statement on resumption of organised rides for Hythe Cycling Club during the Covid-19 pandemic 2020

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4th Jan 2020

Following this evening’s announcement, all British Cycling activities in England are suspended until further notice. You can continue to cycle either alone, with members of your household/bubble or with one other person. This is permitted once daily, and you must stay local.

Further information from British Cycling can be found here

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19th Dec 2020

Kent is moving into Tier 4 on Dec 20th. There will be no sanctioned British Cycling Club rides in those areas. Keeping fit is still a priority and you can still exercise and cycle if you follow government guidelines. See the information on those guidelines (in respect of cycling) by clicking the link below.

Updated: 20th Dec
Further information from British Cycling can be found here

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3rd Dec 2020

Kent is currently in Tier 3 and the rule of 6 is back in action for outdoor activities. HCC rides resume as of today using the free Spond app (members have been sent information on this previously)

Further information from British Cycling can be found here

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4th Nov 2020

Ahead of new restrictions being introduced in England from midnight tonight, we have today taken the decision to suspend all sanctioned events and activities until December 3rd.

Further information from British Cycling can be found here

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10th Oct 2020

Official rides to resume using the free Spond app. Members will be sent an email with information on the app and how to organise rides. Have a read, sign-up, volunteer if you can, lets get riding…

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11th July 2020

A email was sent out to all club members regarding the club base at The Hythe & Saltwood Sailing Club.

If you are a HCC member and haven’t recieved this email please feel free to contact the club via this website’s contact page.

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30th June 2020

Current British Cycling advice on club and group rides dated 18th June advises club rides can take place with groups of up to 6 riding together while adhering to the 2m distancing rule, and in accordance with numerous guidelines relating to before, during and after the activity.

After considering this latest advice and associated detail, the HCC committee have decided to not yet resume organised club rides given the limited club resources and the organisation needed to operate within all the guidelines, while maintaining the safety of all concerned and the reputation of the club

The HCC committee will continue to monitor British Cycling guidance as and when it’s updated, each time re-assessing when HCC can reasonably resume organised club rides.

The Hythe Cycling Club is affiliated to British Cycling

You can join the club Here or via  British Cycling online. Note: there is a £1 admin fee if you join any BC club online.

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