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Saint Lucie County Fairgrounds

Bill Bone Pro Am (Canceled Indefinitely)

New location and course. 1 K Criterum style course. Wide, safe and smooth.

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Bill Bone Pro Am (Canceled Indefinitely)
Bill Bone Pro Am (Canceled Indefinitely)

Time & Location

Time is TBD

Saint Lucie County Fairgrounds, 15601 Midway Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34945, USA


About the Event


1. Cash/Medals -  Top 3 in each category (See Race Flyer)

2. Overall Category Winners Awards  (NOTE:  For event with multiple categories (Ex: Cat 3 & 4) the riders will be scored seperately and will received separate medals. 

3. Super fast results with Chip Timing. 

4. Results, podiums posted immediately after the event. 

5. Cash Payouts to the top 3 of each race (Pro 1/2/3 - Top 5) -  See Flyer

Race Fee:  $40 (Credit Card and Processing fee is $3.50)


                                                            COVID-19 EVENT GUIDELINES

*The event guidelines below are approved by St. Lucie County and USA Cycling.  Please read these guidelines below.  


The purpose of this plan is to develop, implement and enforce appropriate procedures, in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations to safely operate events produced by Race Event Solutions, Inc. The principles and considerations in this document were compiled from recommendations made by USA Cycling who is governing body for the sport of cycling int the United States.

These procedures are designed for the return to cycling events once government officials remove “stay-at-home” orders, allow non-essential businesses to reopen, and say it is safe for citizens to move around their community.  As a result, these procedures are based on the knowledge that some carriers of COVID-19 show no symptoms. With that in mind, it is important to encourage frequent and effective handwashing, advise staff and participants to wear masks/ face coverings, enact an effective sanitation program (using chemicals effective against the coronavirus) for high-touch surfaces, and establish programs and capacities that allow for appropriate levels of social distancing.

As community transmission rates decline these procedures may be adjusted and relaxed. It is also important to note that these procedures will change as best practices, government guidelines, and guidance from health, medical and industry professionals evolves.

Considerations for Events:

  • Allows healthy people to enjoy the cycling events and encourages the use of masks/face coverings for participants and staff.
  • Provide means to wash/sanitize hands frequently.
  • Manage density of spectators and participants within the event to keep people 6 feet (2 meters) apart.
  • Reduce touch areas where possible and sanitize high touch surfaces frequently.
  • Protect staff with various approaches, including barriers, protective coverings, and distancing.
  • Communicate with staff and participants effectively on how to prevent the spread of germs.
  • Have a plan in the event a staff or participants fall ill on site.


The Event Considerations section will focus on the different disciplines and types of cycling

events, with suggestions for each. This document by no means covers all solutions or mitigations

The suggestions and practices mentioned in the following pages are not meant to be hard and

fast guidelines for every event. Nor are they all meant to be applied to every event. The sport of

cycling is made of many different disciplines, and events of many different sizes. These event

considerations are meant to be resources for use as needed by this wide variety of event types.

  • Riders will be instructed not to hug, high five, touch each other at any point before,during or after their event.
  • Finishing riders will be instructed to exit course away from the finish line.
  • Staff will serve as a safety ambassador at the exit to ensure riders do not congregate.
  • Plenty of garbage cans for riders to throw away their refuse, and clean as needed.
  • Garbage bags will be securely tied or knotted prior to disposal.


Many of these general guidelines below will be communicated through the event website and social media during the promotional campaign as well as on event day. Signage will be posted at the event.


  • Participants will be strongly encouraged to register online.
  • The registration area layout will be marked and directed in a way that minimizes contact with other participants and staff.
  • Participants will be advised that all staff will wear masks/face coverings while interacting with others.
  • Spectators will be discouraged from attending the event, and participants will be advised to bring no more than one friend/family member with them as a spectator.
  • Participants will be encouraged to wear masks/face coverings while not racing.
  • Participants will be advised to please not jeopardize others by coming to the event if they are feeling ill, have a fever or have been exposed to someone with Covid-19 in the past 14 days. Touchless temperature checks will be utilized if requested.
  • Participants will be advised that government health organizations are recommending people 65 years and older, those who live in a nursing homes or long-term care facilities, and people with underlying medical conditions (particularly if not well controlled) should remain home.
  • Participants and staff will be encouraged to wash hands frequently with soap and water or use hand sanitizer at one of the provided stations around the facility; including after coughing or sneezing, before eating, after toilet use, and when hands are visibly dirty.


  • Participants and staff will be encouraged to follow social/physical distancing guidelines carefully, maintaining 6 of space from others. Family members and others (a “family unit”) who live in the same household can be closer together. All others will strictly adhere to the physical distancing guidelines. This will apply throughout the event, registration area, parking, awards ceremony and restrooms.
  • Appropriate signage will be use to indicate physical distancing (6-feet apart) while participants are queuing for registration, restrooms and awards during the awards ceremony.


  • Maximum event capacity will be determined by current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. This will include staff, volunteers and spectators.
  • If maximum number of participants is reached the registration will be immediately closed to race day entries.


  • Event results will not be posted on paper, but will be provided electronically to prevent athletes congregating.


  • The awards ceremony will have the podiums spaced far apart and social distancing guidelines will be observed.
  • Participants will be required to wear a mask during the ceremony.


  • Comply with local public health departments outbreak response and mitigation plan.
  • Contact the local hospital and EMS to alert them of the event.
  • Race event director will be designated to handle any suspected COVID-19 cases.
  • Discuss and whether an open-air space is possible given the sensitivity of medical treatment.
  • Advise participants that the first-aid kit for minor injuries will be provided, but staff will not treat.
  • All possible COVID-19 cases or major medical situation will require EMS. Call 911.
  • Possible COVID-19 cases will be isolated and separated from all participants/spectators.


  • Sanitize high-touch areas including restrooms frequently.
  • Staff will wear the required PPE, masks, gloves while cleaning or handling cash.
  • Staff will sanitize hands at regular intervals.


Temperature checks are not recommended as a primary operating principle due to the inconsistent nature of readings, particularly in outdoor environments. Individuals carrying COVID-19 can be asymptomatic, including maintaining a normal body temperature. As a result, screening is not an effective way to keep individuals with the disease from coming to an event, however touchless thermometers will be available on request.



  • Men 50 +

    $3.50 service and credit card processing fee.

  • Women Cat 1/2/3 and 4/5

    $3.50 service and credit card processing fee.

  • Men 40+

    $3.50 service and credit card processing fee.

  • Men Cat 3 & 4

    $3.50 service and credit card processing fee.

  • Men Novice (Cat 5)

    $3.50 service and credit card processing fee.

  • Men Cat 1/2 & 3

    $3.50 service and credit card processing fee.

  • Chip Rental




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