Useful information

Where to start, parking areas, service

Where is the starting point, parking areas, road closure and … Here is a small guide containing useful information to organize your Dolomites Bike Day.

Registration
The Dolomites Bike Day is a cycling event without time measurement and without competition characteristics. No registration needed.

Road closure
Saturday, 13th June 2020, the roads along the Dolomites Bike Day route are closed to motorized traffic from 9 am to 3 pm. Caution: despite traffic restrictions, cars or motorcycles may be moving along the route.

Cycling direction
It is recommended to ride the selected route counterclockwise and on the right side of the road.

Starting points
You may start at any point along the route Alta Badia – Campolongo pass – Arabba – Pieve di Livinallongo – Falzarego pass- Valparola pass – Alta Badia.

Parking spaces
There are public parking spaces in all villages and on the passes.

First Aid and technical service
A first-aid service is available along the route throughout the duration of the event. Emergency service is also planned.
At the end of the event those a “broom service” will pick up participants who are no longer able to cycle to the starting point.
Technical support is available against payment. It is charged to the cyclists who use it.

ENDUpix – “I was there!”
With the ENDUpix service you can download the pictures of your sports day for free and take part in the social ride with ENDU testimonial Davide Cappelletti.
Collect your ENDUpix recognition marker in the two locations, at the junction between Passo Falzarego and Passo Valparola and in Corvara, (near the tourist office) and at the end of the event you can download your photo from the website https://www.endu.net/ en / events / dolomites-bike-day / photos.

Standard European emergency number
Tel. 112