The Dolomites Bike Day is a non-competitive bike event. Everyone can take part, there is no need to sign up, and the participation is free of charge. To guarantee a pleasant and fun day, there are some rules which need to be followed.
The Dolomites Bike Day does not require a subscription, a medical certificate, or affiliation with any club or federation. You can join the 51km loop from any of the villages along the route.
The Dolomites Bike Day is free.
Schedule and road closure
The Dolomites Bike Day is not a race, but a non-competitive event. Therefore, there is no fixed starting time. However, incoming traffic will only be blocked from 8:30am until 2:30pm. Before and after these times, the roads will be open to traffic as usual.
Road traffic regulations
The organisers of the Dolomites Bike Day require all participants to respect the rules of the road.
Environment and sustainability
For many years, the different events taking place in our valleys have been organised to be sustainable and environmentally friendly. The proper collection and disposal of waste are one of our core values. A good cyclist is not a fast cyclist, but a cyclist who is careful and respectful of the environment. Please only dispose of your waste in the bins provided and do not throw anything on the road.
We highly recommend you wear a helmet for the Dolomites Bike Day. Please remember to keep to your right, both when ascending and descending. Because children and families will be participating, please limit your speed when cycling downhill.
You will find a first-aid service along the course. And the emergency contact number is 112.
Around the loop, there are mechanics ready to help you in case of need. This service will be at your own cost.
For those who can no longer pedal, at the end of the event there is a broom service available which takes you back to the starting point.