In an effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19, the St. Louis County Health Department has issued new orders, some of which affect Power Up. Starting on Tuesday, November 17, riders in the center must wear a mask while on the bike. This is in addition to the existing requirement that everyone wear a mask inside the center generally. We will have disposable masks for your use while riding so that you can put your own clean, dry mask on after you ride. This requirement is currently scheduled to last 4 weeks. However, it is possible that it could be extended. If you prefer to ride at home, we will be expanding our virtual class offerings to accommodate more schedules. Beginning Tuesday, November 17, we will offer 1-hour virtual classes Tuesday – Friday at 5:30am, 7:00am. As a reminder, these classes include a virtual workout downloadable to Zwift (the Zwift course for the workout will be noted in the workout in TrainingPeaks) and a Zoom meeting link so you are not riding alone.
Though not required to do so, we have decided to change the 3-hour Sunday endurance class to an all virtual session. This class will now be free for all participants, so invite your cycling friends to ride with a nice group of people while at home. These endurance sessions will be scheduled as Zwift meet-ups so everyone can ride together. They will also include a Zoom link so folks can chat while they are riding. Pre-registration is required if you would like to participate in this class. We are also temporarily eliminating the noon class on Sunday.
On a side note, any class credits you have in your account that were scheduled to expire during the COVID pandemic, will have their expiration dates extended.
We wish you good health and thank you for continuing to support Power Up Cycling in these difficult times.
If you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.Cycling