Racing bike tours around the Tannheimer Tal
Racing bike training under professional guidance: tips and tricks from Marcel Wüst and Gerrit Glomser
A famous face is a guest in the Tannheimer Tal: Marcel Wüst has had a successful professional cycling career behind him: The German has clinched a total of 111 victories, including 14 stage victories in Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and La Vuelta, during his professional career. In June and July, Wüst will be demonstrating his sporting expertise to interested cyclists at the Road Bike Weeks in the Tannheim Valley. The excursions lead through the varied nature in and around the Tyrolean high valley and offer racing cyclists ideal training opportunities for the Tannheimer Tal cycling marathon. The TV cycling expert is supported by local guides.
Dates Road Bike Week
Those who want to take part in the bike marathon on 5 July 2020 must of course be fit. Cyclists have the ideal opportunity to prepare during the racing bike week. From 1 to 4 July 2020, directly before the big event, interested parties will have the opportunity to train both their endurance and technique with the professionals Marcel Wüst and Gerrit Glomser during excursions and workshops. The secret professional tips are of course included.
Getting to know the bike marathon course on Saturday, 4 July 2020, is free! The meeting point is at the Sägerklause tennis hall or in the start/finish area of the Rad-Marathon. Departure starts at 11 am.
The common tours are divided into four performance groups:
Racer: The participant is a top cyclist looking for a challenge on a racing bike.
Sportive: The participant rides intensively on a racing bike and practises cycling as a sport.
Hobby: The participant rides a racing bike regularly. Children from 16 years accompanied by their parents or legal guardians are allowed.
Enjoyment: For participants who want to get involved with racing cycling on holiday. Children from the age of 12 (who are familiar with the road bike) accompanied by their parents or legal guardians are allowed.
Note: In case of doubt, always choose a group lower. Our goal is balanced groups. In the interest of a balanced group, the guide can reassign over- or underchallenged drivers.