Rules and regulations
Race & Rating Categories
King & Queen
Prince & Princess
Lord & Lady
Bike Challenge Activcard
Spectators along the route
Sponsors & Partners
RACE & RATING CATEGORIES
The Zillertal Bike Challenge is member of the
(Austrian Cycling Federation) and is open to everyone, including
King/Queen of the Mountain
3 days, 203,5 km, 9.180 m alt. difference, 0 cable cars
The ultimate challenge for the strongest riders in the mountains!
Prince/Princess of the Mountain
3 days, 162 km, 5.345
m alt. difference,
5 cable cars
The ideal race for the ambitious amateur mountain biker!
Lord/Lady of the Mountain
3 days, 120 km, 3.580
m alt. difference,
4 cable cars
Perfect for amateur mountain bikers for whom takiing part and having fun is the priority!
For male and female all the mentioned categories the following age class categories are valid.
Licensed and hobby riders
all age groups
(riders with elite license)*
U23 age group
50 years and older
(ag 1965 and older)
Licensed riders (elite and master) are only qualified to start in the category king/queen.
the common classification in their respective
If one age group has fewer than five participants, all affected riders will start in the next age group. The decision behooves to the race director.
A team consits of minimum five riders within the same category, whatever male or female.
When starting in categories Prince/Princess or Lord/Lady the 3 fastest team riders will be evaluated as team. If six or more of the same team reach the finishing line, again the next three riders form a team. The requirement therefor is the declaration of the team name when registrating online (be aware of same spelling!).
The biggest team to enter receives a special prize, regardless of the specific racing category and also on an evaluation-spanning basis.
€ 15,000.00 prize money for the first three of the categories King/Queen Elite and Prince/Princess U23. Additional the ZBC trophies and medals as well as unique material prizes for the top three in each category and age group.
State: 12th June 2015.
In consultation with ÖRV.
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