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  • Skoda taxi: Race atmosphere for non-cyclists

    Tracking the athletes by app or cheering them on as they pass by is good. But it is even better to do a lap on the Nürburgring as a non-cycling athlete, too, and immerse yourself in the racing action. Together with our partner Skoda, we are making this possible this year. Two of the track…

  • Live tracking: Where is my athlete?

    Supporters and accompanying persons can keep a close eye on “their” athletes around the clock thanks to live tracking. This works via the app of our timekeeping partner Abavent and a registration code that you’ll get on site. You can find out exactly how to make your athletes visible here.

  • Highlights off the race track: A framework program that rocks

    Our entertainment-, on-stage- and supporting program is just as enduring as the 24-hour cyclists. On the culinary front there is the pasta party on Friday, on Saturday live music is on the program, it’s weekend after all. If you want to be active yourself but don’t want to race, you can go on the different…

  • RPR 1- Ring radio: Listen up!

    Music and information non-stop – sounds like a normal radio program, but in this case it is something very special: Radio RPR 1 supports us again at Rad am Ring. Radio host Dirk Köster will support our team around Holger Kremers from the RPR 1 sound studio. Furthermore RPR 1 continuously broadcasts on frequency 87.7…

  • Registration for late entries: Go online now for later

    Over and out. The online registration for the disciplines at Rad am Ring was closed on July 8. But that doesn’t mean that last-minute riders can’t still take the Nürburgring under their tires. A late registration on site is still possible in all disciplines. In order to speed up the on-site procedures, please register here.…

  • Online end July 8: Registration open, late registration on site always possible

    On Monday, July 8, our online portal will close for the Rad am Ring registrations. As of today, we can accept late registrations in all disciplines on site. With two simple measures you make it easier for us and you to follow on. From July 9th you can register in the database (just use the…

  • Event jersey: Clothes for Ring cyclists

    Those who conquer the Nürburgring by bike can be proud of themselves – and display their achievements openly: by means of the Rad am Ring jersey. This year we asked you again to vote on its design. You can buy the chosen favorite at the participant center in pits 19-22. The jerseys are available for…

  • Food Corner, Dorint pasta party, Bitburger free beer: Eat, drink, fill your energy stores

    Food keeps body and leg muscles together. To make sure that your energy stores are always well filled, no matter whether you are cycling in the 24h races, go for a relaxed touring lap, take part in the amateur races or in the MTB marathon: In the Food Corner there are plenty of cycling suitable…

  • Test bikes on site: Ready for a test ride?

    You can never have enough bicycles. In order to prevent you from buying a new one blindly, however, various bike manufacturers will give you the opportunity at the Expo to test the latest bike(sport) trends directly and free of charge. No matter whether mountain- or road bike, bargain sporting bike or high-end carbon fiber model.…

  • Online registration – entry permits – team entries: All organized

    If you want to take advantage of the opportunity to register conveniently online for your favorite discipline, you can do so until midnight of July 8. After this date, potential participants can only register on site in the participant center. If you have already registered for the 24-hour races, please check the shipping address for…