ARLBERG Giro - on Sunday, 2nd August 2015
St. Anton – Arlbergpass – Bludenz – Montafon – Silvretta – Paznauntal – St. Anton
148 km - 2,400 metres in altitude difference
The Arlberg Giro on Sunday, 2nd of August 2015 (Start 6:00 o'clock) takes place according to plan, although the Arlberg tunnel is closed due to construction work. The traffic is routed via the Arlberg pass road B 197 / L 197. The organizing committee will guarantee that both the start and finish of the race in St. Anton am Arlberg are best organized for all athletes. Organizers, authorities, executives and route inspectors are committed to offer our participants a safe event.
Biking At Its Best The 'cradle of alpine skiing' is also an attraction in summer. Cycling fans in particular swarm to St. Anton am Arlberg from near and far. Because surrounded by the magnificent mountain scenery and unspoilt nature of St. Anton am Arlberg lie picture perfect areas for mountain bikers and the ideal point of departure for several racing bike tours.
06.00 hrs in St. Anton am Arlberg (pedestrian zone)
15.30 hrs in St. Anton am Arlberg (pedestrian zone)
15.00 hrs in St. Anton am Arlberg
Station 2: Bieler Höhe
Station 3: Pians
until 31 December 2014 € 43.00
until 19 July 2015 € 58.00
Included in the entry fee is a high quality Finisher tricot and voucher for pasta. It is possible to redeem these vouchers on the 01.08.2015 between 16.00 and 22.00 hrs at ARLBERG-well.com or after crossing the finishing line on the 02.08.2015 at one of the establishments in the pedestrian zone.
Category A: 1981 - 1997
Category B: 1971 - 1980
Category C: 1956 - 1970
Category D: 1915 - 1955
Team rating as of 6 persons
(if there are more than 6 team members, the times achieved by the fastest 6 riders will be used).
„King of the Mountain“ and „Queen of the Mountain“ mountain classifications. Silvretta is calling!
13 km and a climb of 1,094 metres in altitude will need to be conquered in order to receive the well-earned title of “Mountain specialist” on crossing the finishing line.
A second timing facility will be installed at Partennen to allow each participant to determine their time separately at Bielerhöhe.
There are great prizes for the first three in every group. All registered start numbers will be entered in a raffle that will be drawn before the start of the race!
Team rankings: Large trophy for the first three teams. The winning team will also receive a voucher for the ARLBERG Giro 2016 incl. bed and breakfast accommodation from Saturday to Sunday.
Mountain category: Trophy for the fastest man and fastest woman
There will be a staggered start in groups, with a 3 minute interval. Timing does not begin until the starting line has been crossed.
Participants are responsible for assigning themselves to the following groups. To aid you in your choice, here is a short description of the individual groups.
Block (Group) 1 – Elite „Patteriol“: Expert amateur athletes
Block (Group) 2 – Semi-pro „Valluga“: Ambitious amateur athletes
Block (Group) 3 – Amateur „Galzig“: The journey is the reward – pleasure riders
Block (Group) 4 – Newcomer „Gampen“: Beginners and newcomers
The organisers reserve the right to allocate athletes to the relevant groups when required!
10.00 to 22.00 hrs
4.00 to 5.30 hrs
Saturday, August 1st: 17.00 to 18.00 hrs (at ARLBERG-well.com)
Sunday, August 2nd: 5.50 hrs (at start line/area)
04.00 to 05.30 hrs (at ARLBERG-well.com)
Collection after the race/crossing the finish line (from ARLBERG-well.com)
10:00 - 22:00 hrs Start Number Collection, ARLBERG-well.com
12:00 - 22:00 hrs Pasta-party, ARLBERG-well.com
11:00 - 20:00 hrs Expo Area, ARLBERG-well.com
17:00 - 18:00 hrs 1st participants' briefing, ARLBERG-well.com
18:00 hrs International Criterion
04:00 - 05:30 hrs Start Number Collection and Tricots depot, ARLBERG-well.com
06:00 hrs Start, pedestrian zone
from 11:00 hrs Regional delicacies of local cuisine/specialities
15:30 hrs Finishing Time
15:00 hrs Award ceremony