Advan­ce information

  • Take a clo­se look at your cho­sen rou­te (300 km or 200 km) befo­re you start.
  • Find out in advan­ce about the wea­ther con­di­ti­ons on your hero day.
  • In an emer­gen­cy, the Euro­pe-wide tele­pho­ne num­ber 112 app­lies in every Euro­pean country.
  • The Alp Boden­see Hero Chal­len­ge takes place in public traffic.
  • You have to adhe­re to the road traf­fic regu­la­ti­ons (StVO) of the respec­ti­ve country.
  • Whoever has a brain pro­tects it! Plea­se wear a hel­met during the ent­i­re Alp Boden­see Hero Challenge.


  • Get dres­sed accord­ing to the wea­ther fore­cast on your Alp Boden­see Hero day.
  • Take your ID card and mobi­le pho­ne with you to the Alp Boden­see Hero Challenge.
  • Car­ry a slip of paper with your pho­ne num­ber / con­ta­ct details on it in case of emergency.
  • Take a repair kit and a pump / car­tridge with you to the Alp Boden­see Hero Challenge.
  • Take enough food (gels, bars, etc.) and a suf­fi­ci­ent amount of water with you.


  • A clean envi­ron­ment is nice! Plea­se don’t throw away any rub­bish at the Alp Boden­see Hero Chal­len­ge. The­re are enough pos­si­bi­li­ties to throw the gar­ba­ge in a trash can along the way.
  • Remem­ber to eat and drink enough on the Alp Boden­see Hero Chal­len­ge route.
  • Check whe­ther you have a valid inter­na­tio­nal health insuran­ce and, if necessa­ry, ensu­re that you have ade­qua­te insuran­ce cover. This also app­lies to other insuran­ces, such as lia­bi­li­ty insurance.
  • Check your bike for defects befo­re the Alp Boden­see Hero Challenge.

Risk / awareness

  • You take part in the Alp Boden­see Hero Chal­len­ge at your own risk.
  • You alo­ne bear the civil and cri­mi­nal respon­si­bi­li­ty for all dama­ge cau­sed by you.
  • At this point, plea­se also note the limi­ta­ti­ons of lia­bi­li­ty in the Gene­ral Terms and Con­di­ti­ons (GTC).
  • You always have to judge for yourself on the spot whe­ther, based on your indi­vi­du­al skills and your dai­ly form, you trust yourself to mas­ter the dif­fi­cul­ties of the rou­te safely.


Cycling is a pas­si­on and a risk sport. Dri­ving on public roads and moun­tain pas­ses invol­ves risks. It can lead to falls with inju­ries or even fatal acci­dents. Anyo­ne who is not awa­re of the­se incre­a­sed risks, or does not accept them, should fore­go the Alp Boden­see Hero Challenge.