The countdown for the 2015 Craft BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma has started. As in the previous years, we will once again provide a maximum number of 600 team entries. The registration for the event will kick off on Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 at 12 PM CET on online-registration.de.
In the likely event that all available entries are sold out, there is no need to worry at all. Due to cancellations mountain bikers from the waiting list will become active members. As a consequence, make sure to register asap!
You are looking for the right team partner for the 2015 Craft BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma and haven't found one yet? We have what you need as the popular team partner search service is back !
Over the past couple of years, exciting, successful and long-lasting teams of two have been formed thanks to the team partner service. We are crossing fingers for a successful search!
Not so long ago, the 2014 edition of the Craft BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma wrapped up at Lake Garda. And while several participants still believe to have sour legs, Race Director Marc Schneider is already gearing up for the 2015 routing which will feature an old acquaintance.
A lot of Transalp participants will remember the second day of the 2014 edition for sure as the most of them struggled in a true rain battle from Imst to Nauders.
The 18th edition of the Craft BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma will take place from July 19 thru 25, 2015. A max of 600 pairs of two will once again accept the challenge of crossing the Alps within seven days. While Race Organisers are currently preparing the new routing, we are already looking forward to your participation next summer!
The date for the start of the online registration will be communicated soon, too.
As of now, all participant shots and impressions taken by Sportograf over the course of the seven-day stage race are online and available for download. Take your chance and purchase some unique memories of the 2014 Transalp. Click HERE to search for images.
A total of 425 teams of two plus 55 so-called individual finishers and as a result 905 of the 1,034 racers who started eight days ago in Oberammergau completed the total distance of 587.06 km and 19,147 metres of altitude to Riva de Garda.