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Only four weeks until the most diversified version of Rad am Ring since its premiere will take place. Cycling disciplines will be supplemented by an eBike Enduro Race, pro riders will return to the Ring for road and cross-country races and there will be special events for historic bicycles. Spectators and supporters will be given free entry. Those who have not yet registered for this spectacular cycling weekend may still do so – but better be quick. Online registration ends on July 11. After this date registrations can be submitted on site only.

In 2016 a lot is going on at Rad am Ring. The event is growing and developing – also thanks to our long-time and new partners from the bike sector. We could e.g. invite two new high-class pro races to Nürburgring: UCI 1.1 “Rudi Altig Race” road race and KMC mountain bike Bundesliga (national league).

The best thing about them: Both races – just like the amateur races, too – are cost-free for visitors and supporters and designed in a very spectator-friendly way.

Those who want to participate in one of the amateur races or touring events themselves, but have not yet registered for this cycling weekend taking place from July 29 to 31 may do so comfortably via online registration at a correspondingly more favorable price. After this date participants can only register on site, an additional late entry fee will be charged.

Deciding in which event to take part will be even more complicated this time. Besides our highlight, the 24-hour race (road and cross-country) as well as various amateur races and touring events we will offer an additional option for electronically supported mountain bikes with our eBike Enduro Race that is fit for beginners as well as pros of which some have already announced their participation: Mike Kluge, Stefan Schlie and Nicola Rohrbach will be at the starting line.

To fans of historic bicycles we will introduce Giro Classico with the option to participate in the time trial cost-free. Riders of historic bikes who want to take it more slowly may furthermore go for an exclusive touring ride on Grand Prix circuit and Nordschleife or get themselves a slot in a separate starting block at our amateur races over 75 and 150 km.

Further information at www.radamring.de

About Rad am Ring
Rad am Ring is a cycling event which has taken place at Nuerburgring since 2003. The course leads through the very modern Formula 1 arena and over the legendary Nordschleife. In 2016 Off-Road-Park near Nuerburgring will be the third extraordinary race location. Highlights are the 24h races on the traffic free, partly lit race course and the team quarters in the pit lane. Furthermore a pro race of the category 1.1 will take place this year. Besides the ultra- and the long-distance event several amateur races, a time trial and some bike rides without timekeeping will be held at 2016 Rad am Ring. The amateur races are part of German Cycling Cup, Germany's largest series of amateur cycle races.