Saturday, 8th of June 2024
13:00: Start number distribution in the Dolomitenhalle Lienz until 18:30
15:00: Children's cycle race on the main square in Lienz
18:30: Kaiserschmarrn party and awarding of the VIP jerseys in the Dolomitenhalle Lienz
Sunday, 9th of June 2024
05:30: Late registration in the Dolomitenhalle Lienz
06:30: Start of the SuperGiroDolomiti at the Dolomitenstadion Lienz/Amlacherstraße
09:30: Start of the Dolomitenradrundfahrt at the Dolomitenstadion Lienz/Amlacherstraße
12:15: Finish of the Dolomitenradrundfahrt in the old town of Lienz
13:30: Finish of the SuperGiroDolomiti in the old town of Lienz
15:30: Award ceremony for the Dolomitenradrundfahrt and the SuperGiroDolomiti in the Dolomitenhalle Lienz
Entry fee Dolomitenradrundfahrt
- € 60,00 till 30.9.2023
- € 65,00 from 1.10.2023 till 31.12.2023
- € 70,00 from 1.01.2024 till 31.5.2024
- € 80,00 from 1.6.2024 till 8.6.2024
The online registration will be closed on Thursday, 06.06.2024 at 08:00 in the morning. After that, late registration is possible on site at the race number distribution. A late registration fee of € 5,00 will be charged additionally.
You can also do your late registration with the RaceTimePro App before you arrive at the event location. The entry fee must be paid on site when collecting your race number!
Link to download the RaceTimePro App:
Information about the race
Start bibs will be handed out on Saturday from 1.00 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. and on Sunday from 5.30 a.m. in the Dolomitenhalle Lienz.
A valid photo ID is required for bib pick-up!
The team classification only exists on the classic Dolomitenradrundfahrt over 112 km. At least five participants must be nominated for a team, with the four best times being scored. Teams can be entered via a club or by means of their own team designation. For teams and club registrations there is an entry fee reduction of 10 % (from 10 persons).
The evaluation will take place in the following categories: "Men's teams" and "Women's teams". The three best teams will receive artistically designed Dolomite trophies.
Eligibility for participation
All cyclists who have reached the age of 14 may start the Dolomitenradrundfahrt (112km) with the written consent of their parents or legal guardian. Participants in the SuperGiroDolomiti must be at least 18 years old.
A prior sports medical examination is recommended for all participants.
Road traffic regulations and approved bicycles
In addition to road bikes, gravel bikes are also permitted for the Dolomitenradrundfahrt and the SuperGiroDolomiti. These will be included in the classification and will receive a certificate with their time and placing.
The Austrian and Italian road traffic regulations apply to all participants, the route is not closed!
Bike service and repair service
A service tent is set up at the start. Furthermore, spare parts and tools for repairs are available at all refreshment stations. There are also service vehicles on the route. However, it is advisable to carry spare tubes etc. yourself.
Participants who do not reach the finish at Johannisplatz in the old town of Lienz by 4.30 pm (for the Dolomitenradrundfahrt) or by 7.30 pm (for the SuperGiroDolomiti) will not be registered. Participants who are unable to complete the tour will be picked up by the final vehicle. Only those participants who have been registered by the start and route control will be timed!
Each participant receives a certificate
The results of the Dolomitenradrundfahrt and the SuperGiroDolomiti are available on our website immediately after the finish. The certificates can be downloaded from the list of results for each participant. All you have to do is click on the PDF sign next to the participant's name.