REGISTRATION ROSE German Gravel Masters

Sun 25 Sept | SCHWALBE GRAVEL GAMES | Ewald colliery

ROSE

German Gravel Masters

powered by Schwalbe

This race takes you several times over the Hoheward heap on a challenging lap. Get ready for a unique gravel race with a total length of around 50 km.

Time & Place

 

25 Sept, 09:45 - 12:30

SCHWALBE GRAVEL GAMES | Zeche Ewald, Doncaster Pl. 1, 45699 Herten, Germany

About the event

TENDER // RACE INFORMATION The ROSE German GravelMasters powered by SCHWALBE is a gravel bike race for everyone. It takes place on a circuit on the Hoheward heap. The round is about 7 kilometers long and has to be completed 7 times during the race. The route has a total of about 600 meters in altitude. The subsoil alternates between asphalt, gravel and firm, natural subsoil. Both wide and narrow paths are used. The race takes place in mass start mode. Before the start there is a short, neutralized introductory phase. // ENTRY FEE €35.00 per person including VAT // PARTICIPANTS Maximum: 150 participants // DEADLINE 09/21/2022 If the starter contingent is not exhausted, late registrations will be accepted on the day of the event. // PROGRAM | PROCEDURE Start number issue in the Race Office: Saturday, September 24, 2022, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m Sunday, September 25, 2022, from 8:00 a.m 9:45 a.m.: Start of the ROSE German GravelMasters powered by SCHWALBE approx. 2:00 p.m.: award ceremony // RATINGS Women/Men (born 2006 or later) Women/Men Masters (born in 1982 or later) For a rating/award, at least 3 drivers per class must be at the start. Otherwise the participants will be rated in the higher class. // PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS Everyone is eligible to participate; the minimum age is 16 years (participants must be 16 years old in the year of the event). Participants under the age of 18 must present a written declaration of consent from their parents or a legal guardian (a template must be requested from the organizer). The race is purely for everyone and is therefore not registered with the respective national association. License holders start at their own risk. There is a drop bar requirement for the bike used, i.e. drop bars must be used. Bikes with motor support (pedelecs, e-gravel bikes, etc.) are NOT allowed to race.