by Angela Reed-Fox
Think about what gets touched (and breathed on) in the studio - saddle, handlebars, brake/resistance dial/gears, bottle cage, adjusters. Ewwwww.
The problem with viruses (or one of them) is they can stick around for up to 24 hours after their previous host has left the building - ready to infect the next person. The virus will spread when someone else touches that same spot and ingests the virus. It's like 'Pass the Parcel' except way more gross.
How is the virus ingested? It just needs to enter the body via the eyes, nose, mouth - and how easy is that, when you're using the towel you've hung on your handlbars multiple times in one session?
There are simple steps you can take to help your riders stay healthy and keep the studio safe and clear for others:
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