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Safety Plan

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The safety of our participants, volunteers, and staff is our number one priority. We are continuously monitoring the latest health and safety guidance from public health authorities and will adjust our plans as needed. Please see below for all the steps we are taking to ensure that everyone stays safe.

Keeping you safe

What participants can do

Event organizers will continue to consult the CDC, WHO, local health services and MUSC for the most up-to-date protocols and guidelines. In addition, LOWVELO organizers will work directly with the City of Charleston to ensure a safe environment.

In order to make sure everyone feels comfortable participating in LOWVELO, we are offering both the virtual Home Team option and our safe, in-person ride on November 6. Check out the measures in place for your health and safety and decide which option is the best for you.

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  • Track your chosen distance on your preferred fitness tracker.

  • Complete your mileage on your own any time before November 6.

  • You can run, walk, cycle, or choose another favorite exercise activity!

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  • Staggered start times

  • Increased route options

  • Two start venues

  • All events are outside

  • Masks required and social distancing enforced

  • Increased sanitation measures

  • Packet pickup throughout the week