- 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.