Catering

Get fueled up!

Free Bitburger in the finish area

Bitburger offers its alcohol-free thirst quencher Bitburger 0.0% and Bitburger Premium Pils free of charge at the pasta party. 24h riders will also receive several vouchers with their starting documents, in exchange for which they will receive a Bitburger 0.0% (0.3 l) each in the finish area. All other participants will receive a voucher and a free drink each.

 

24h aid stations

Of course there will also be aid stations on the race track. As every year, the aid stations for 24h cyclists on the “Hohe Acht” remains open around the clock. The additional Dextro Energy beverage station on top of the “Kesselchen” climb is in service starting at approximately one hour after the start of the race and remains open until the end of the 24-hour races. On the mountain bike track, a 24-hour catering service will also be set up directly at the course in the area of “Graf-Ulrich-Halle”.

Beverages, including energy drinks, cereal bars, biscuits, fruit, salt sticks and savory food are available at these aid stations.

Aid stations for amateur race riders/touring riders

As every year, the aid stations for 24h cyclists on the “Hohe Acht” remains open around the clock and may also be taken advantage of by amateur race cyclists. Beverages, including energy drinks, cereal bars, biscuits, fruit, salt sticks and savory food are available at these aid stations.

 

MTB-Marathon aid stations

For the participants of the MTB-Marathon, the aid station at the “Hohe Acht” will be moved from the Nordschleife to the mountain bike track. It will offer drinks, including energy drinks, cereal bars, biscuits, fruit, salt sticks and savory food.
An additional drinks counter is located in track section 13 (directly in front of the ramp at the start of the lap). There is also the Feed- and Tec-Zone, which can be occupied by helpers of the marathon riders.

Food Corner

Welcome to food heaven

The Nürburgring does not only offer something for the muscles and the surrounding Eifel region something for the eye. The stomach is not forgotten about of course, either. Because cycling makes hungry. The energy stores can be replenished sport-specifically in the Food Corner, which is operated by the Dorint Hotel in pit 33. In the beer garden there are various pasta dishes (on Friday for the pasta party at a special price of 4.80 euros), sandwiches, wraps, bockwurst with potato salad, burger, goulash, salad, fries, cake, fruit, in short: everything that the cyclist’s heart, or better: the cyclist’s body, desires after one or more laps on the Nürburgring. The Food Corner is open

Friday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Saturday from 7 a.m. (between midnight and 6 a.am only small snack option)

Sunday 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.

If you want to start the weekend even more in style: the Dorint Hotel invites you to the restaurant for a fitness buffet. For 19.50 euros you can buy pasta, salad variations and the Bitburger free beer voucher can also be redeemed there.