Solo rides only in NY, it seems
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    Solo rides only in NY, it seems

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/20/polit...ome/index.html

    "Individuals are being asked to limit outdoor recreational activities to non-contact activities."

    Not a hardship for me, as I ride solo anyway. I suppose it makes sense to stay away from group rides.


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    Quote Originally Posted by D&MsDad View Post
    https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/20/polit...ome/index.html

    "Individuals are being asked to limit outdoor recreational activities to non-contact activities."

    Not a hardship for me, as I ride solo anyway. I suppose it makes sense to stay away from group rides.


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    All but one club in my area (southern NJ) has suspended rides. There has not been any mandate from the state but that is likely coming very soon

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    Just be safe in every regard. The last thing you want to do is add to the burden on the emergency medical services right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finx View Post
    Just be safe in every regard. The last thing you want to do is add to the burden on the emergency medical services right now.
    I am still riding but if they order us to stop I will. Right now there are just a few cases in my area so hospitals are not over-burdened right now but that could change. There are very few cars on the roads so that probably makes things safer. I really dont want to go back to Swifting now that the weather is improving

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    I would only group ride with my wife and child right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveG View Post
    I am still riding but if they order us to stop I will. Right now there are just a few cases in my area so hospitals are not over-burdened right now but that could change. There are very few cars on the roads so that probably makes things safer. I really dont want to go back to Swifting now that the weather is improving
    Sorry Dave, but you have NO idea how many are infected (or are carriers, because almost NO ONE is being tested).
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    Three hour ride Saturday, 2 hours Sunday.

    Although, as usual, it was largely unintelligible, I think that someone in a passing car on Saturday may have yelled at me to "go home".

    Ironic, that.

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