This exciting series was first held last year in German-speaking countries, and after great success it will be running again in 2013. The series aimed to include more events this year, and this has now become a reality with seven exciting races in four different countries. As well as the three races established last season (Winterberg unfortunately will not be included) there are four exciting new, but not certainly not unknown locations on the calendar.
Dates & venues:
- Round #1 27./28.04.2013 Treuchtlingen (GER)
- Round #2 03./04.05.2013 Riva del Garda (ITA) (Attention: Friday-Saturday)
- Round #3 25./26.05.2013 Samerberg (GER)
- Round #4 15./16.06.2013 Willingen (GER)
- Round #5 05./06.07.2013 Kirchberg (AUT) (Attention: Friday-Saturday)
- Round #6 27./28.07.2013 Kronplatz (ITA)
- Round #7 12./13.10.2013 Flims (SUI)
What level of rider is the series aimed at? – The series is for everybody, from amateur to pro riders.
What’s the racing format? – The races are held over a weekend. Saturday involves free training with an optional prologue and the main race is held on Sunday. At the race office you will receive a transponder for your timing (in 2012 it was 50 Euro deposit, so bring money in cash)
What timing system is used? When do the racers get their results? – The series uses cutting edge active transponders with software solutions by Racement. The results will be announced about one hour after the last rider has finished the race.
What protection has to be worn? – It is obligatory to wear knee and elbow protection. It’s obligatory to wear at least a XC-Helmet during the whole race. Organizer recomends full face helmet. Is the race open for everybody or only for riders with a valid license? – The races are open for both licensed and non-licensed riders