2023 Membership Price Update
End of year membership update from BQ CEO Rebecca Randazzo.
To help the cycling community and our membership understand what the Coronavirus’ impact is on their personal riding, BQ is ensuring we are keeping you up to date with advice on how to ride safely and the upgrades to social-distancing restrictions.
*All information and commentary is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of publishing.
Although people are now being told to stay at home during the pandemic, you are still allowed to exercise on a daily basis but with new restrictions.
You should remain home unless you are doing the following:
This means it remains advisable for people to cycle for their health, fitness and well-being, but in line with our previous guidance, you should only do this alone or with members of your household unless any of them have a reason to self-isolate. You may also cycle for transport, either to the shops for supplies, or to work if you are an essential worker.
Group rides are off the table, because we want to be part of the solution, not the problem. Please refer to our previous cycling Q&A statement on COVID-19 and what it means for you.
When you are thinking about where to ride for exercise, here are some elements of your route to consider:
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