COVID-19 Safety Guide

It is the intention of the Major Taylor Mountain Summit to hold our events on schedule. In light of the rapidly-changing nature of public health policies, we are preparing a spectrum of ride formats for each event, ensuring we can hold anything from mass starts to completely individual rides. Based on guidelines from national and local health officials, we will present the event formats that align with community disease transmission risk.

To assess the risk of our event and determine whether the event could move forward, we will work with State and City organizations and health authorities.

We are monitoring the current reports on COVID-19 and are aware of the latest guidance provided by WHO, CDC and the local case data. We will continue to monitor this data and review the latest guidance through the final date of the event.


Local health policies can change quickly, meaning Organizers may be required to modify the event format at the last minute. However, our intention is to provide riders with advanced notice of the planned event format 30 days, 14 days, and 7 days prior to the scheduled event date. These notifications will be emailed to registered participants and clearly posted on the event web page.