David. wrote: At very short notice, on the evening before the event, the NM's riding group of six increased to seven. Likewise, it was unknown until the day of the race whether or not an eighth member would be joining us for an hour at lunchtime, not riding with us.
On Friday & Saturday evenings (12), two members headed out for a meal elsewhere. By default, the remaining 10 were generally split up between the smokers & non-smokers, social distancing was well maintained.
For the Saturday ride out, the 12 were split into two groups of six. The groups rode in opposite directions and did not meet up during the day.
It is now 9 days since returning home from Peterborough. I trust that non of the attendees have shown any Covid symptoms which could have been attributed to the RT meet.
At the end of the day, an event took place whilst best trying to comply with the guidelines for the benefit of all concerned. Perhaps the best thing I could have done is not attend myself.
Hello there - I do's see you have done anything wrong here .
Everyone - everyone - should think themselves - and do after that - It's about riding - speeding - living etc etc
You have made a trip for everyone - but that is not the same as you should think for everyone !!
I have organised so many tours myself up through the years - and this is what I have been thinking and sayed to everyone in the groupe .
Good job done - be happy :-)