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  • 2019 Rad am Ring: Thank you everybody

    More than 9,000 of you pedaled on the Nürburgring this year. That’s a record! And for that we would like to thank you very much. We are very happy that you seem to love Rad am Ring as much as we do. And we appreciate your commitment, your passion and also your willingness to suffer…

  • sportograf is online: 358,000 pictures available

    The sportographers were not only busy taking pictures on site, but also very quick to provide all participant photos online. Special treat: If you book the “Fotoflat”, you will get a video trailer for free. Click here for your photos

  • Jersey late orders: Better late than never

    The Ring bikers have taste. At least that’s what we conclude from the great response to this year’s event jersey. There still is a small number of them available, though not all sizes are still in stock. So, if you missed the chance to get one on site because of all the finisher euphoria, we…

  • 24h participants donate 5,298 euros: Your registration fee did good

    Rad am Ring has donated one euro per participant from the registration fees of the 24h-races 2019 to the charity cycling tour VOR-Tour der Hoffnung. A total of 5,298 euros were collected, which were handed over to the organization by cheque on Saturday on the Ring. Thanks to all of you!

  • Organizational stuff on site: Entry permit and identification

    As every year, we have assigned camping lots to the 24-hour individual riders and teams. In order to know where you have to go and in order to be allowed to take your car to the site and to your lot, you need an entry permit. The tickets were sent on July 16 to the…

  • Registration for late entrants: Moving up in order

    Those who like quick decisions are lucky: As of now, there are still a few starting slots left in all disciplines. To make sure that late registration runs quickly and error-free, we ask you to fill out the registration form online at home (the registration is non-binding) and to bring the confirmation, which we will…

  • Starter lists of 24h teams: Are you complete?

    For 24h teams to appear in the age group classification, all riders must appear in the starting list, i.e. they must register themselves online or be registered by the team captain. If you fail to do so or if a rider changes at short notice, please inform the staff at the help desk on site…

  • Tours and touring rides: Just relax

    Time, as you know, is relative. And you can also take your time riding your bike on the Ring. Even if the Nürburgring is a Formula 1 circuit: You don’t have to race there. More and more cycling fans seem to know this and to take advantage of it: We are pleased that touring ride…

  • Information repackaged: Short and sweet

    This year there is neither a program nor a factsheet. But we won’t let the participants wander about the Nürburgring without any information at all. On request, there is a map in A2 format available in the participant center on the back of which you will find all the information you need and which we…

  • Rad am Ring on social media: Follow the event and help shape it

    A bicycle in itself is a rather analogous thing. Fortunately, this does not apply to cycling events. Rad am Ring will of course be back on their social media channels on Instagram and Facebook in 2019 and will keep you up to date with photos, short news and videos. A bit of Rad am Ring…