UPDATE @ 2 August 2021 – Due to COVID-19 restrictions Bondi2Berry 2021 has been rescheduled to Saturday 20 November 2021. All riders will receive automatic entry into the rescheduled event, however please see Policy details below if this new date does not work for you and options available. Please email us (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
UPDATE @ 13 July 2021 – The 2021 Bondi2Berry Ride to Remember is currently scheduled for Saturday 11 September 2021. We remain positive that the COVID-19 pandemic won’t affect the event and we are planning on the event taking place.
There are currently restrictions in greater Sydney, and we will monitor what this means for in person training rides, which have been postponed to August. You are still able to exercise, and ride your bike, adhering to the current restrictions (maximum of 2 people or with your direct household, within your LGA or 10km radius of your home). We encourage all Bondi2Berry riders to continue to train and get out for some long training rides. It will all help once we are able to get together in what we hope is the not too distant future.
While we remain positive, we are unable to predict what the environment will be in September. As such we have decided to implement our COVID-19 Policy. This policy will apply to all riders who have already registered, and any future rider registrations, for Bondi2Berry 2021.
If Government restrictions on mass gatherings and staging events lead to Bondi2Berry 2021 needing to be rescheduled, all riders will receive automatic entry into the rescheduled event date. If the new date is unsuitable, or Bondi2Berry 2021 is cancelled, then riders will receive a credit for Bondi2Berry 2022 (date yet to be announced). If riders are unable to participate in the rescheduled 2021 date, or Bondi2Berry 2022, then a refund of your registration fee will be issued (minus admin and processing fee of $10).
We hope this provides some clarity on the future of the ride if affected by COVID-19. Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
Please follow the restrictions and stay safe.