Pennsylvania Randonneurs is suspending all of its events effective immediately. We find it impossible to offer randonneuring events of the high quality our members and guests have come to expect from Pennsylvania Randonneurs. It is time to accept the inevitable realization that proceeding with our schedule is not socially responsible behavior and might constitute prohibited behavior under current mandates. We will continue to monitor conditions and make an announcement when we believe resuming brevets is legal, feasible, and responsible.
Obviously a resumption of activities depends upon current mandates requiring closure of "non-life sustaining businesses" and directing individuals to shelter in place or practice social isolation to be lifted. Our routes are not limited to Pennsylvania, so we must also consider the surrounding states, specifically New Jersey and New York. If these restrictions are lifted, our hope is to reschedule the SR events and the Fleche in the late summer or early fall. If these restrictions remain through summer, the ACP events will likely be cancelled altogether. Much depends on the availability of the resources needed to host such events. It may take quite a bit of time for the services we rely on (hotels, stores, restaurants) to return to normal and be able to accommodate us once restrictions are lifted.
Please be patient as we work through the details. We are doing all that we can to resume randonneuring activities as soon as conditions permit and to keep you advised in ample time to make plans.
Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe!