Puerto Rico MTB Cup + UCI Junior Series XCO - C1
Race Details:

Presented By: New Evolution Cycling Team Inc

(English) Participants of the Puerto Rico MTB Cup must visit the followings links and read the guidelines and recommendations due COVID-19:

New Protocol Updates

As of February 2nd, vaccinated travelers are no longer required to present a negative test.

Unvaccinated travelers entering on domestic flights are still required to show negative test results from the last two days or take one within 48 hours of arrival and must quarantine while awaiting results. Once they have a negative test, they can stop quarantining immediately.

If a traveler is unvaccinated and does not get tested within the 48-hour window, they are required to quarantine for 7 days and be subject to applicable sanctions


(Espanol) Los participantes de la Copa Puerto Rico MTB deben visitar los siguientes enlaces y leer los lineamientos y recomendaciones debido al COVID-19:

Actualizaciones de nuevos protocolos

A partir del 2 de febrero, los viajeros vacunados ya no están obligados a presentar una prueba negativa.

Los viajeros no vacunados que ingresan en vuelos nacionales aún deben mostrar resultados negativos de las pruebas de los últimos dos días o tomar uno dentro de las 48 horas posteriores a la llegada y deben ponerse en cuarentena mientras esperan los resultados. Una vez que tienen una prueba negativa, pueden dejar de estar en cuarentena de inmediato.

Si un viajero no está vacunado y no se hace la prueba dentro del período de 48 horas, debe permanecer en cuarentena durante 7 días y estar sujeto a las sanciones correspondientes.


Discover Puerto Rico: Travel Guidelines | Discover Puerto Rico

Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) | CDC 

Department of Health Government of Puerto Rico: Portal del Departamento de Salud

Discover Puerto Rico: Travel Guidelines | Discover Puerto Rico


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