Safety Measures - OCBC Cycle

Safe Management Measures

Your health and safety are our priority, and we are working closely with the relevant authorities to put in place safe management measures at OCBC Cycle Speedway Championships to minimise the risk of COVID-19 infection.

Here are some of the measures that we will be putting in place.

1. Vaccination status
Only participants who meet either of the following criteria can take part in the event:

  • Certified as fully-vaccinated by the event day
  • Unvaccinated participants can produce a valid negative result on a Pre-event Test (PET) taken at an MOH-approved medical service provider, within 24 hours from the expected end time of the registered category
  • Recovered from Covid-19 and have a valid Pre-Event Test (PET) exemption notice.

2. Group segregation
Every category will be separated, in terms of race schedule and holding area. Each team will be assigned a specific team holding area. The size of each team holding area has also been increased and spaced further from each other to provide all participants with sufficient space for safe distancing. Team assistants, reserve rider and spectators will not be allowed at the race this year.

3. Staggered reporting time
All reporting times will be staggered to minimise crowding. Participants are to follow their allocated timing and arrive on time. This will help to ensure a smooth race schedule.

4. Mandatory usage of TraceTogether mobile application or token to check-in
Only the TraceTogether mobile application or token will be accepted to check-in at the venue. All participants are required to keep their TraceTogether application running to facilitate contract tracing if necessary. Participants who are not using the TraceTogether mobile application or token will not be allowed to participate in the race.

5. Mask up and stay apart
Participants are required to wear a mask when they are not racing. This includes at any time while waiting for their race to start and after they have completed their race.

The support and cooperation of everyone is paramount to ensure that all riders have a safe environment to race in. We are closely monitoring the development of the Covid-19 situation together with the authorities.

(Update:  5 May, 10.00am)

With the latest safe management measures, the OCBC Cycle Speedway Championships 2021 will be postponed to a later date. We are currently working with the authorities and partners to prepare for a new date. Further details will be announced as soon as it is ready.


Your health and safety are our priority, and we are working closely with the relevant authorities to put in place safe management measures at OCBC Cycle Speedway Championships to minimise the risk of COVID-19 infection.

Here are some of the measures that we will be putting in place.

1. Group segregation
Every category will be separated, in terms of race schedule and holding area. Each team will be assigned a specific team holding area. The size of each team holding area has also been increased and spaced further from each other to provide all participants with sufficient space for safe distancing. Teams will also be assigned a specific mobile toilet that they can use at the venue. Team assistants, reserve rider and spectators will not be allowed at the race this year.

2. Staggered reporting time
All reporting times will be staggered to minimise crowding. Participants are to follow their allocated timing and arrive on time. This will help to ensure a smooth race schedule.

3. Mandatory usage of TraceTogether mobile application
Only the TraceTogether mobile application will be accepted to check-in at the venue. All participants are required to keep their TraceTogether application running to facilitate contract tracing if necessary. Participants who are not using the TraceTogether mobile application will not be allowed to participate in the race.

4. Mask up and stay apart
Participants are required to wear a mask when they are not racing. This includes at any time while waiting for their race to start and after they have completed their race.

The support and cooperation of everyone is paramount to ensure that all riders have a safe environment to race in. We are closely monitoring the development of the Covid-19 situation together with the authorities.