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25th – 31st July

Giro delle Dolomiti 2021

44° Giro delle Dolomiti

2021 marks the 44th Giro delle Dolomiti. Born in 1955 but having elapsed a few years back in the 70s, the Giro delle Dolomiti is the oldest weeklong event for amateurs we know of. This year we will have a total of 10 timed stretches, a totally new route in the Brenta Dolomites next to the Lake of Garda, we will do some same routes as the Giro d’Italia, launch a few new climbs, add to an already unique combination of timed and controlled speed sections even more fun. See for yourself!

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For those who cannot ride the whole week, we hold tickets also for single days. Resting always in the same bed at the same hotel helps a lot and makes logistics easy.

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  • Stage 1 | Mendelparadies

    25 July - 1659 m | 90,8 km
    Fondo - San Felice

    Stage 1 | Mendelparadies
    Short stage description

    It’s our first day together and even though the climb to the Mendel Pass is of particular beauty and therefore often the timed stretch for the Giro delle Dolomiti and the Tour of the Alps and the Giro d’Italia, we thought it would be too early to measure our physical condition and decided to do a long but less steep climb from Fondo to the Palade Pass on the frontier between Alto Adige Südtirol and the Province of Trento. Also, the Tour of the Alps did the same stretch last year, we will let you know how long it took them :-). After regrouping on the Pass we cycle on the historic wineroad back to Bolzano for Lunch.

  • Stage 2 | Seiser Alm

    26 July - 1768 m | 88,8 km
    Bulla - Compaccio

    Stage 2 | Seiser Alm
    Short stage description

    Seiser Alm the other way around and for all something never done before. After the nice and scenic climb to Fiè we ride on flat terrain to Siusi and from there to Castelrotto after which the first Giro Sprint of the day starts. After 2km we pause on the Passo Pinei before descending into the Val Gardena valley from where we start the climb to the Seiser Alm - a very unusual climb because no car can do that tour but we will with electric cars only as we will ride in midst of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. After refreshing ourselves on the top we descend back to Bolzano for lunch.

  • Stage 3 | Dolomiti del Brenta

    27 July - 2521 m | 145,4 km
    Pinzolo - Madonna di Campiglio und Giro Sprint from Tavodo to Sclemo with 2 km 124 m and 6,2 %

    Stage 3 | Dolomiti del Brenta
    Short stage description

    A totally new and amazing route on the road of the Giro d’Italia 2020. We transfer to Mezzocorona from where we climb the Fai della Paganella overlooking Trento. After the base of the norwegian alpine ski team of Andalo and the lake of Molveno we’ll find our first stop, after a quick Giro Sprint, in Ponte di Rendena. Then we cycle to Pinzolo, the base of the summer camps of several Serie A football teams from where the climb to Madonna di Campiglio, a famous ski resort in the Brenta Dolomites, starts. Via the Val di Sole and then the Val di Non it’s all downhill to Mezzocorona.

  • Stage 4 | Sellaronda

    29 July - 3.303 m | 160,3 km
    Plan de Gralba - Passo Gardena and Corvara - Passo Campolongo

    Stage 4 | Sellaronda
    Short stage description

    Probably even more beautiful than what you have done before. Why? Because we start from and return to Bolzano! The longest stage of the week, 4 peaks and an amazing scenery will be on our side for 160km. We have planned for several food stations so as to help all participants to enjoy this unique day to its fullest and come back to Bolzano in absolute serenity and unique memories – especially after two timed climbs.

  • Stage 5 | Rosengarten

    30 July - 2173 m | 89,6 km
    San Cipriano - Carezza and Giro Sprint from crossroads with SS241 to San Valentino with 2 km 184 m and 9,2 %

    Stage 5 | Rosengarten
    Short stage description

    October 2018 we had a hurricane in this area eradicating millions of trees. You will see yourself the damage the hurricane has done to this amazing landscape. Nonetheless the climbs, the views, the surroundings are unique and will give you memories you can only dream of. From Bolzano we climb to Tiers then to Saint Cyprian from where the time stretched part begins. And it’s the beginning which is very tough. But earn for yourself. At the end of the stage we have the Giro Sprint along beautiful turns up to Gummer from where the return to Bolzano goes on secondary roads in midst of dense woods.

  • Stage 6 | Team Crono Unterland

    31 July - 402 m | 86,5 km
    Cortina sulla Strada del Vino and Giro Sprint from Frangarto to Cornaiano - 2 km 121 m 6,1 %

    Stage 6 | Team Crono Unterland
    Short stage description

    We have had 60 teams participating at the last day last year at the Giro delle Dolomiti. This is why we offer the same course this year. Its flat, it’s fun, it’s in the midst of the historical village of Cortina on the Wine Road. As usual the timing will have no impact on the overall standing but in the morning, we will have our last Giro Sprint from Bolzano to Cornaiano where indeed the overall ranking can be changed still.

Prices 2021

Prices 2021

Giro delle Dolomiti

25th – 31st July | 6 days

Single stage/s

Giro delle Dolomiti
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390 €
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Regulation Giro delle Dolomiti 2021

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  • IMPORTANT INFO

    The regulations might be changed also and in particular due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check the regulations often.

  • ARTICLE 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The ASD[1] Giro delle Dolomiti[2] is the organiser of the 44th international road cycling event for amateur cyclists. One of a kind, it offers indelible memories and new friendships in a relaxing and at times competitive environment with a limited number of participants on spectacular roads in a Unesco World Heritage site.

    Ways of participating:

    1. Giro delle Dolomiti: 6 stages from 25th July to 31st July 2021 (rest day: Wednesday);
    2. Single Stage/s: any single stage for a max of 4 stages.

    [1] ASD: Amateur Sporting Association Giro delle Dolomiti (full name of the event organizer, but the first three words are usually reduced to the acronym ASD).

    [2] We have respected the name “Giro delle Dolomiti” in the same way as the iconic “Tour de France”, which is referred to its original French name.

  • ARTICLE 2: COMPETITORS

    The participation at the event is open to all cycling amateurs between 16 and 75 years old, members of ACSI, F.C.I. or other Italian promotional sport organizations, as well as foreign cycling amateurs with a valid 2021 UCI license issued by the national cycling federation. Participation is allowed to all cycling amateurs. However, all participants, with no exception, must produce a valid health certificate (see Art. 4 M.D. 16/24.04.2013) as well as an ethic declaration and both of them can be uploaded on www.girodolomiti.com. Professionals and/or the elite cyclists are admitted only for promotional purposes and will not be registered for the overall standing.

  • ARTICLE 3: ETHIC DECLARATION

    Participation to the Giro delle Dolomiti is not allowed to persons who:

    1. have tested positive in any accredited drug-test by the International Cycling Union, the National or International Olympic Committee and by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), whether under controlled circumstances or random tests, or have refused to submit themselves to drug tests and/or health protection controls, whether under controlled circumstances or at random;
    2. have been registered with modified biological profiles, which are monitored in their Biological Passport, according to the applicable rules of WADA and the International Cycling Union, without any proof of true genetic and/or physiological conditions which may explain their profiles’ changes;
    3. were found in possession of pharmaceutical or banned substances, whether biologically or pharmacologically active, or substances which use is prohibited or restricted according to the applicable laws and regulations concerning doping without any plausible, detailed and documented justification, and, in any case, without a detailed medical prescription;
    4. have been involved in medical procedures not justified by documented pathological or therapeutic conditions and aimed to design or, likely, to modify the results of anti-doping tests for the use of prohibited pharmaceutical substances;
    5. have been penalised by any sporting code and/or general disciplinary body for a period of at least six (6) months for offences related to doping;
    6. have been subjected to coercive personal measures by penal authorities and subjected to invstigations on facts related to anti-doping regulations’ violation;
    7. are not in a position to be registered as an amateur cyclist (as set out in Resolution N° 6 of 29.7.2013 of the National Cycling Authority regulations), specifically:
    • Professional athletes: for 4 years after the termination of their last contract;
    • Elite (without contract): for the 2 years after their last registration in this category;
    • Under 23 athletes: for 2 years after their last registration in this category; Under 23 athletes who have only been registered for 1 year in this category: for 1 year after their registration;
    • Elite women: for the 2 years after their last registration in this category.

     

    The ethic declaration, as well as the health certificate, is indispensable for a regular registration. In case it is missing, you will automatically lose the right to take part in the event and any deposit paid for enrolment will be forfeited.

  • ARTICLE 4: REGISTRATION

    From 2nd June 2020 on www.girodolomiti.com. From 24th July 2021 at the Fair in Bolzano.

    Entries will be closed once the limit of 600 entries per stage is reached, excluding from counting the residents of the provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno and competitors having participated for more than 10 years in the Giro delle Dolomiti.

    All participants must hold a valid third-party insurance liability as well as a casualty insurance policy. Participants without a membership card of a cycling organisation and/or without their own insurance policy shall subscribe to a casualty accident and third party liability insurance policy when registering on-line. The ASD GDD declaims all responsibility for the insurance services and cover. It is mandatory to install on your bike the microchip for testing and timing-keeping, which is available at the fair for a small fee.

    By registration for the event, competitors declare that they are aware of the present regulations and unconditionally accept each of their provisions in every detail and that they satisfy the subjective conditions set out in Article 3 of the current Regulations. This declaration implies the compliance with self-certification provided for and stipulated in Legislative Decree of 28th December 2000 N° 445. Any person making a false declaration commits an offence and shall be subject to the penalties set out in the Penal Code and related special laws.

  • ARTICLE 5: TICKET CATEGORIES AND COMPETITION FEES

    • Giro delle Dolomiti (6 stages)         – € 390.00 (rest day: Wednesday)                       – within 26th July 2020 € 330.00
    • Single Stage/s                                     – € 80.00 for each stage                                        – within 26th July 2020 € 70.00

     

    The organizer considers itself responsible only for the services offered during the event. In case you won’t be able to participate due to serious and proven reasons, we will provide, upon written claim by September 15th 2020 and at the sole discretion of the Organisation, free entrance to the Giro delle Dolomiti of the next year.

  • ARTICLE 6: SAFETY

    The event is a touristy sporting cycling tour and all applicable rules of ACSI must be observed. Roads will remain open to traffic (except the timed stage). Competitors shall at all times and under all circumstances comply with the Highway Code (even in the timed stage). Fastened helmet is mandataroy at all times.

    The instructions of the race marshal, who is the sole responsible of everything during the stage, shall be strictly followed. Competitors not complying with the safety rules may be immediately disqualified from the event and, in cases of accidents, the person(s) responsible shall be charged according to the law.

    Competitors overtaking the “start race” vehicle as well as those overtaken by the “end race” vehicle are no longer part of the event (read insurance policy) and cycle on their own risk and will. All competitors must behave properly, in conformity with the rules of the event and generally use common sense.

  • ARTICLE 7: LOGISTICS

    Refreshments and snacks will be available during the ride. Two options for lunch: “Full Lunch” and “Fast Lunch”.

     

    You can store your bagpack within 15 minutes before the daily start and you take it at the end of the timed stretch and/or at the finish of the stage. The GDD is not responsible for the possible loss or damage of your bagpack.

    The provision of refreshments and snacks has the added role of reassembling participating teams in the speed-controlled sections of the Route and at the end of free-speed sections. The duration of breaks can vary. In order to further reduce waiting times, the return journey to Bolzano may be split in one or more groups.

  • ARTICLE 8: RACE PACK COLLECTION AND OFFICE HOURS

    Provide a valid identity card and all the mandatory docs:

    Fair (Messe/Fiera) of Bolzano, Piazza Fiera 1, Padiglione A-1, 39100 Bolzano during the following days:

    Saturday July 24th and Wednesday July 28th all day, all other days before daily start and after daily finish.

  • ARTICLE 9: TECHNICAL MATTERS

    Each stage will include one or more timed free-speed sections and is valid for the ranking (also Giro sprint). At the end of each stage all rankings will be displayed at the Fairgrounds and also published on the website www.girodolomiti.com. To be ranked in the Giro delle Dolomiti competitors are required to complete all stages. The Organising Committee reserves the right to properly modify any stage in case of arising situations which may compromise the safety of competitors or the successful conclusion of the event.

    Stage July 31st – Team time-trial

    Single cyclists can join teams of 4 or 5 members each, combining with different teams other than their own, and, ideally, mixed teams. Individual participants may also take part in this stage. The travel time will be calculated considering the time of each team’s fourth competitor crossing the finishing line. Drafting is allowed. Time trial bicycles or extensions mounted on the handlebar are not admitted. In order to facilitate the formation of teams, a chalkboard shall be displayed at the Fair.

  • ARTICLE 10: CONTROL, RANKINGS, PRIZEGIVING

    Controls:

    The competitors must pass through the carpets of the two control points situated along the route, or they will be disqualified. Any person moving ahead of the race marshal’s vehicle at the “start position” shall be excluded from the stage rankings and may also be disqualified from the Giro delle Dolomiti. The use of a bicycle fitted with any electronic and/or any electric device to aid or boost performance is expressly prohibited.

     

    Rankings:

    Giro delle Dolomiti – the first three male and female participants as outright winners, the first three participants of each category (men A 18-30 years, B 31-36 years, C 37-42 years, D 43-49 years, E 50-57 years, F 58-65 years, G over 66 years; women W1 18- 39 years, W2 40-54 years, women over 55);

    The first three teams ranked by performance (time), and the first three largest teams.

    Crono Team – the winners will be the first 5 mixed teams.

    Giro Sprint – the fastest 3 men and women.

    Prizegiving: Saturday 31st July 2021 from 13:00 onwards.

    Every morning the overall leader M/W and the leader M\W of the Dolomites Residents will receive his/her leaders jersey. Outright winners of the general ranking will be excluded from the categories rankings.

  • ARTICLE 11: COMPLAINTS AND ACSI REGULATIONS

    Complaints must be submitted to a jury panel, as set out in the technical regulations of the SAN[1] of the ACSI. Regarding matters not included in these regulations, the technical rules and regulations of the SAN-ACSI shall be applied.

    [1] Settore Amatoriale e Cicloturismo Nazionale; National Amateur and Competitive Cycle-tour organisation.

  • ARTICLE 12: ANTIDOPING

    At the end of each stage, representatives of the competent authorities shall run anti-doping tests. Accordingly, before leaving the arrival zone, competitors must ensure that they have not been selected for such testing.

  • ARTICLE 13: LIABILITIES AND INDEMNITIES OF THE ORGANISER

    The ASD Giro delle Dolomiti declines all responsibility in respect of all competitors for accidents or damage caused to persons or property, which may have occurred before, during or after the event or as a consequence thereof.

    Each participant indemnifies the Organisers and each and every person cooperating with the organisation, for various reasons, from all kind of responsibilities, civil, criminal or administrative, arising from any harmful event, which may have occurred to his/her own person or caused by his/her own behaviour. Furthermore, the participants undertake not to leave their bicycle and their property unattended. It is understood that in case of theft or damage to his/her own bicycle, to personal property or to any other means of transport left unattended, no liability shall be ascribed and no demand can be made on ASD Giro delle Dolomiti. Moreover, the ASD Giro delle Dolomiti shall be compensated by the subscriber in case of actions causing damage to the image or reputation of the event, to the ASD Giro delle Dolomiti, which may arise from the participant behaviour not conforming to the rules set out in the present regulations or to the spirit of the event.

  • ARTICLE 14: CANCELLATION OF THE EVENT

    If the event or part of it will not take place due to force majeure or any other unforeseen event beyond the control of the Organisation, the registration fee shall not be reimbursed and won’t be charged for the subscriprion of successive editions of the event.

  • ARTICLE 15: CHANGES

    The Organisation reserves the right to make changes to the route or to the present regulations at any time at its own discretion. Any change will be published on the website www.girodolomiti.com.

     

  • ARTICLE 16: DECLARATION – PRIVACY – TRANSFER OF IMAGE RIGHTS

    With the dispatch of the online application form, in order to safeguard the health of all participants and to protect the organization of the event in terms of responsibility, the competitor declares under its own responsibility that:

    – he/she is in possession of a valid medical certificate for competitive sporting activities, as well as an ethical declaration. Both of them must be attached in the online application form and sent by e-mail (girodol@girodolomiti.com), or provided at the moment of the race pack pickup as a necessary and essential condition for the participation in the event;

    – he/she has a regular membership card and/or an accident and third party liability insurance policy;

    – he/she has read the present regulation and has unconditionally accepted in every its point.

    The ASD Giro delle Dolomiti, as holder of the data treatment, will treat the participants’ personal data in compliance to the EU Regulation 679/2016 and of the D.lgs.196/2003, which was modified by D.lgs. 101/2018.

    More information on the treatment of participants’ personal data are available on the website (www.girodolomiti.com) privacy policy, section “PRESS&DOCS”

    The ASD Giro delle Dolomiti ensures that the processing of the participants’ data will be characterised by principles of lawfulness, accuracy, transparency, purpose and storage limitation, data minimization, accuracy, integrity and confidentiality. With the dispatch of the online application form, the participant agrees to any kind of photographs, videos, audio and/or video recordings produced during Giro delle Dolomiti, which could be stored, reproduced, published or sold by the Organisers, and the participant is not entitled to any linked compensation and/or redress. In particular, the participant expressly authorises the Organisers, as well as its relevant media partner, to use still or moving images, which may depict him/her during the participation in the competition, on all media, including promotional and/or published material. The participant further agrees to the use of such data, as material, by photographers and/or professional photo studio specifically selected by the Organisers for the creation of the event’s photographic services.

  • ARTICLE 17: DISQUALIFICATION AND PENALTIES

    With the dispatch of the online application form, the competitor and the representative of his/her team confirm that they have not received any sporting, civil and/or criminal sanctions related to doping, even if the penalty was served, and declare that they have not, and will not, utilise any of the prohibited substances listed by the World Antidoping Agency (WADA) – https://www.wada-ama.org/en/media/news/2018-09/wada-publishes-2019-list-of-prohibited-substances-and-methodss

    (from January 2020 https://www.wada-ama.org/sites/default/files/wada_2020_english_prohibited_list_0.pdf)

    A false declaration will be prosecuted according to law.

    In case of a positive doping test effected by the authorities during the Giro delle Dolomiti, and if any positive doping result is confirmed within 6 (six) months following the Giro delle Dolomiti and in any other sporting event, the competitor is obliged to inform the Organising Committee of the Giro Delle Dolomiti and must pay a fine of € 50,000.00 (fifty thousand Euro) as a damage to the reputation and image of the event. If the competitor belongs to a sporting association, such organisation is obliged to pay the penalty.

    The ASD of the Giro delle Dolomiti reserves the right to take measures in cases of recorded participant’s unsporting behaviour that could affect the finishing ranking of the time trial.

  • ARTICLE 18: GENERAL PROVISIONS

    Competing with another competitor’s number, giving a competitor’s number to others or other serious violations noted by the Organisers will result in an immediate expulsion of the participant from the event or from the ranking, or it will lead to a disqualification of the competitor from the event for one or more years. These provisions will be applied by the Organisers.

    A competitor has to wear his/her race number all the time and it must be also attached to the competitor’s bicycle. During the race, each member of the caravan has the duty to inform the Organisers and the race marshal of riders not displaying numbers on their bicycles, or not wearing the number and to report participants whose behaviour puts him/herself or other competitors at risk, as well as the Giro delle Dolomiti reputation.

    We recommend the participants not to throw litter on the streets along the route. Competitors found throwing any kind of objects away form the refreshment points may be subject to disqualification for the present and the following edition of the event. Disqualifications fined by the ACSI during the year may lead anytime to an exclusion from the starting list at the sole discretion of the Organisers.

    The use of a bicycle fitted with any electronic and/or electric device whatever to aid or boost performance is expressly prohibited, on pain of disqualification or exclusion.

  • ARTICLE 19: INFORMATION

    For any information:

    ASD Giro delle Dolomiti, viale Trieste 17/D, 39100 Bolzano (BZ), Tel: +39 0471 1701188, e-mail: girodol@girodolomiti.com – www.girodolomiti.com.

  • ARTICLE 20: APPLICABLE LAW AND LANGUAGE

    The present regulations are governed by Italian laws and only the Italian text will be used. Regarding all matters not expressly regulated, the applicable Italian laws and legislative provisions shall be applied where necessary.

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