26th June 2022 9am - 5pm
The Bosch E-MTB Challenge 2022

The eMTB challenge for everyone:

The BOSCH eMTB Challenge – supported by TREK is the ultimate challenge for ALL e-mountainbikers, regardless of your experience level. And how’s that? Because in the beautiful Flachau valley, it's not just about speed, but much more about technique and navigation skills on the e-bike.

A total of approx. 25 kilometres and approx. 750 metres of altitude difference are mastered on the e-bike over five to six stages. These stages are a crisp mixture of uphill and downhill sections, which are ridden for time without prior training. But watch out! If you, for example, get off the pedals at a "no feet zone", you'll get penalty seconds! Between the technical sections, where the focus is classically on time, your sense of direction comes into play on the transfer sections. Using maps, you have to find and approach various points. Although no time is measured here, a penalty time is added to the stage times for each missing point.

The rider who has completed the varied stages in the heart of SalzburgerLand with the fastest overall time at the end of the day will be crowned to the winner of the BOSCH eMTB Challenge at the Flachau E-Bike Festival 2022. Take part and enjoy the ride!!

 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

All important information and the official race regulations for the BOSCH eMTB Challenge can be found here

More Details...

Freepik

  Sunday, 26th June 2022
     
Freepik   Start & Finish : Expo Area Flachau
     

Freepik

  Half day loop with approx. 25 km and approx. 750 m altitude gain
     
Freepik   Prize giving ceremony in the Expo Area Flachau
     
Freepik   From 30 EUR (Helmet use is mandatory. Helmets are not included in the price.)


Sicherheitshinweise: Safety instructions: Wearing a helmet is mandatory. Wearing closed bike gloves as well as knee and elbow guards is recommended!

To summarise
  • A challenge for everyone, where riding technique and a good sense of direction are important. Fun and action are guaranteed!
  • Sunday, 26th. of June 2022, 10am to 4pm
  • approx. 25 km and approx. 750m altitude gain
  • From EUR 30
Intermediate
Red 3

Technical tracks, single tracks

forest sections, roots & rocks

Advanced
Black 1

Very technical tracks, single tracks

steep sections, roots & rocks

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