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Bike marathon Tannheimer Tal

Bike marathon (Rad-Marathon) Tannheimer Tal

Over Germany's highest pass road

The vacation region Tannheimer Tal has a lot to offer for ambitious road cyclists. Athletes demonstrate endurance and staying power at the Tannheimer Tal bike marathon. The highlight of the cycling season in the "most beautiful high valley in Europe" offers around 2,000 participants each year four distances with different performance profiles. Together with the proven routes with 129 km and 700 hm, the variant with 90 km and 530 hm and the new 56 km and 400 hm as well as the supreme discipline with 214 km and 3,500 hm, the organizers ensure an even wider range of offers and even more feelings of happiness at the finish line. The versatile cycling routes also attract former cycling professionals to the high valley every year. Gerrit Glomser as well as Marcel Wüst are permanent guests who also pedal at the bike marathon.

You can find more information about the event at www.rad-marathon.at
Online registration is possible for all distances.

There are four distances to choose from

Program bike marathon

Sunday, 03.07.2022
from 4.30 a.m. handing out of the starting documents in the tennis hall Sägerklause in Tannheim
from 5.00 a.m. breakfast in the tennis hall Sägerklause in Tannheim

6.00 a.m. Start of the 214 km route at the tennis hall Säerklause in Tannheim - LIGHT DUTY in the tunnel!
9 hours mark with Marcel Wüst
10 hours mark with Gerrit Glomser

7.00 a.m. Start of the 129/90 km route at the tennis hall Sägerklause in Tannheim
8.00 a.m. Start of the 56 km route at the tennis hall Sägerklause in Tannheim
3.15 p.m. Raffle of the hotel vouchers among the started and present participants of the 56 km route (you have to bring the start number = your ticket)
3.30 p.m. Raffle of the hotel vouchers among the started participants of the 129 and 90 km routes (you have to bring the start number = your ticket)
3.45 p.m. Award ceremony for the 214 km route in the tennis hall Sägerklause in Tannheim