What is the Marcialonga Cycling?
The Marcialonga Cycling is a bicycle race on road with two different lengths: 80 and 135 km.
Who can take part in the Marcialonga Cycling?
All male and female skiers from 18 years old and members of the Cycling National Associations (UCI) may enter the race. The short race 80kmis open also to non-competitive bikers with Medical Certificate. A special one-day card insurance could be issued when presenting a medical certificate specific for bicycle disciplines and attending the physical ability of the athlete.
How can I register in the race?
You can enter on-line on "on-line entries", filling in all your personal details and paying with credit-card.
If there is no valid payment the entry form will not be delivered.
How can I verify that my entry has been accepted?
Just calling the organising committee (0039-0462-501110) or writing your surname (or the first part of it) on "start list".
What about the start seeding?
The start-number depends on your result/time in the previous three editions of the race.
When and where is the bibs collection?
The place and timetable is usually communicated short before the race.
How can I find the lodging?
Through the tourism boards of the valleys:
A.P.T. VAL DI FIEMME www.visitfiemme.it
email@example.com tel 0039.0462.341419
A.P.T. VAL DI FASSA www.fassa.com
firstname.lastname@example.org tel. 0039.0462-609666
How do I get in Fiemme and Fassa valleys?
By car: exit Ora-Egna from Highway 22 (Brennero), follow SS48 Dolomiti road.
By train: Ora-Egna rail station on the line Verona-Munich
By bus: daily connections from Ora-Egna, Trento and Bolzano rail stations.
By plane: Milan (300 km), Verona (160 km), Venice (220 km), Innsbruck Austria (200 km), Bolzano (50 km).
At what time is the start?
The start ill be given at 8.00 o'clock. The check-in at the gate is obligatory and the time limit is 5 hours for the short distance and 8 hours for the long one
Are the street open during the race?
The roads are open to the normal traffic: each competitor must observe the roads rules and behave consequently. A service for collecting those who are no more able to continue is provided by the organisation.