Entry

21st – 27th july

Giro delle Dolomiti 2019

43. Giro delle Dolomiti

The 43rd edition will take us to a mix of peaks and valleys such as the Valparola, Cortina d'Ampezzo, the Marmolada and other climbs some of your will certainly remember as memorable Giro d'Italia climbs. However, to preserve our "ambiente with a strong personal touch", we cannot take more then 600 daily participants (residents in the provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno and competitors of more 10 years in the Giro delle Dolomiti are considered in addition of the limit of 600 daily.) Surely, by introducing this cap, the Giro delle Dolomiti, and that is you, will only gain further in quality, safety and uniqueness. Our Giro delle Dolomiti is a must-do for every cyclist who loves the Dolomites.

Regulation Tour 2019 Hotels

6 days of total joy

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.

Brochure 2019

  • Stage 1 | Ritten Renon

    21 July - 1170 m | 64,9 km
    Bivio Rencio/Rentsch Abzw. - Bivio Costalovara/Wolfsgruben Abzw.

    Stage 1 | Ritten Renon
    Short stage description

    Our first stage starts later as usual at 10am and leads after a short warm-up through the city of Bolzano via the outskirts of Rencio to Ritten-Renon. At Rencio we start with the timed stretch and will wind itself up the many beautiful turns midst of wine grapes and apple trees. We are sure you will be able to admire the beautiful view of the Dolomites before cycling back to Bolzano via a different route, equally interesting.

  • Stage 2 | Würzjoch / Passo delle Erbe

    22 July - 1920 m | 133,5 km
    Bivio Plose Abzw. - Passo delle erbe/Würzjoch

    Stage 2 | Würzjoch / Passo delle Erbe
    Short stage description

    We had the Giro d’Italia and the Tour of the Alps climbing up the Passo delle Erbe. We believe probably the most beautiful pass of the Dolomites. And we will have approached the pass via the valley of Funes, an authentic village which kept its historic beauty intact. A steep ascent to the start of the timed stretch will make us tired but the timed stretch will be home turf for many speeders because its an easy up and down. The sight at the top is breathtaking and care is needed going downhill to Luson and finally Bolzano.

  • Stage 3 | Passo Fedaia

    23 July - 2938 m | 176,3 km
    Alba di Canzeei - Passo Fedaia

    Stage 3 | Passo Fedaia
    Short stage description

    The first time for the Giro delle Dolomiti, the longest stage, the highest altitude. After the start in Bolzano we cycle through the Val Gardena, Alpine World Cup site, to the Passo Sella - many times done by the Giro d’Italia. From there you get a good view of the Marmolada glacier, our arrival of the timed stretch. We will start in Alba di Canazei with the timing and for about 8km you will be able to improve your overall standing. Lunching in Moena we need to do another 60km to arrive to Bolzano. We guarantee you can rest the day after...

  • Stage 4 | Passo Valparola

    25 July - 2161 m | 126,3 km
    San Cassiano - Passo Valparola

    Stage 4 | Passo Valparola
    Short stage description

    An unusual starting point is Brunico. An hour bus/car ride to Brunico will take us to the starting point in a small town right next to the Dolomites. We will start to meet them after having pedalled through the valley of Badia for about 30km. A steady but certainly not difficult climb will be made easy by the company of another 599 fellow cyclists. In San Cassiano we start the timed climb to Passo Valparola, after which we descend to Cortina d’Ampezzo, the pearl of the Dolomites, then to the peak of Tre Croci (Three Crosses) for lunch and finally to Brunico. A memorable stage.

  • Stage 5 | Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi

    26 July - 1596 m | 80,1 km
    Bivio S. Valentino Abzw. - Kompatsch

    Stage 5 |  Seiser Alm / Alpe di Siusi
    Short stage description

    After 4 days of cycling we will cycle all the way with our new friends to Ponte Gardena from where the climb will start to Castelrotto and finally to Siusi, where the timed stretch starts. In the middle of wonderful trees, we overcome 2.000 meters until the arrival at the cableway. We come back to Bolzano crossing Ponte Gardena and prepare us for the last attack to the ranking.

  • Stage 6 | Team Crono

    27 July - 340 m | 81,9 km
    Cortina sulla strada del Vino loop

    Stage 6 | Team Crono
    Short stage description

    The final stage does not represent any particular difficulties. This famous stretch of wine road will host our Group Crono event. Riding eventually through the Adige valley we are soon back to Bolzano. This final stage is a glorious end to a fantastic week. Arrivederci in 2020.

Prices 2019

Price table

Prices 2019

Giro delle dolomiti

21- 27 July | 6 days

single stage\s

Giro delle dolomiti
Race pack powered by Q36.5

330 €
70 €
Bolzano Laives Caldaro

Hotels with discounts

  • Hotel Marica | Val d'Ega

    +39 0471 615720

    info@hotelmarica.it

    link website

  • Four Points by Sheraton Bolzano | Bolzano

    +39 0471 1950000

    reservations@fourpointsbolzano.it

    link website

  • Golf & Country Südtirol | Appiano

    +39 0471 1888164

    info@golfandcountry.it

    link website

  • Sporthotel Sigmundskron | Appiano

    +39 0471 633205

    info@sigmundskron.com

    link website

  • Hotel Post Gries | Bolzano

    +39 0471 279000

    info@hotel-post-gries.com

    link website

  • Ideal Park | Laives

     | Ideal Park

    +39 0471 590600

    info@hotelidealpark.it

    link website

  • Hotel Raffl | San Giacomo di Laives

    +39 0471 250194

    info@hotelraffl.com

    link website

  • Hotel Rotwand | Laives

    +39 0471 954512

    info@rotwand.com

    link website

ASD REGULATION FOR THE GIRO DELLE DOLOMITI 43ND EDITION

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Here the Health Certificate :   IT   EN   FR  

The "Potenza" local insurance agency of Unipol-Sai, listed on the italian stock exchange, is proud sponsor of the 43nd Giro delle Dolomiti 2019. The insurance policy is offered to participants of the Giro only. read more

Insurance Policy

  • ARTICLE 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The ASD[1] Giro delle Dolomiti[2] is the organiser of the 43rd international road bicycle-cycling event for amateur cyclists. Unique in this kind, it offers indelible memories and new friendships in a relaxing but competitive environment, with a limited numbers of participants, through spectacular roads in a territory of Unesco World Heritage Site.

    Ways of participation:

    1. Giro delle Dolomiti: 6 stages from 21 July to 27 July 2019 (rest day Wednesday)
    2. Single Stage\s: any stage bought individually; you can buy maximum five stages.

    [1] ASD: Amateur Sporting Association Giro delle Dolomiti (full name of the organisation organising the event, 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” is always referred to by its original French name.

  • ARTICLE 2: COMPETITORS

    The participation at the event is open for all cycling amateurs of 18 years or older, registered with the Italian F.C.I. or other Italian promotional organizations for sports, as well as foreign cycling amateurs registered with a valid 2019 UCI license issued from the national cycling federation. Furthermore, participation is permitted for all cycling amateurs. However, all participants, with no exception, must produce a valid health certificate as well as a declaration of ethics. The health certificate and the health certificate can be uploaded from our website.Professionals and/or the elite cyclists are admitted only for promotional purposes and will not be registered for the overall standing.

  • ARTICLE 3: DECLARATION ON ETHICS

    Persons may not compete in the Giro delle Dolomiti 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 changes to their biological values in their profiles as set out in their Biological Passport, in terms of the applicable rules of WADA and the International Cycling Union without there being proof of true genetic and/or physiological conditions which may warrant a change in their profiles;
    3. were found in possession of pharmaceutical or banned substances, whether biologically or pharmacologically active, or substances which are prohibited or restricted for use in terms of the applicable laws and regulations in respect of doping regulations without any plausible, detailed and documented justification, and in any event without a detailed medical prescription;
    4. have been involved in medical procedures not justified by documented pathological or therapeutic conditions designed 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 longer than six (6) months for offences related to doping;
    6. have been subjected by penal authorities to coercive personal measures or subjected to hearings on matters relating to breaches of the anti-doping regulations, or are not in a position to be registered as an amateur cyclist (as set out in Resolution No 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 two years after their last registration in this category; Under 23 athletes who have only been registered for one year in this category: for 1 year after their registration;
    • Elite women: for the 2 years after their last registration in this category.

    The Declaration on Ethics, in conjunction with the other documentation to be attached on registration, is indispensable for proper registration. In the event that this document is not provided, participation in the event may automatically be cancelled and any deposit paid for enrolment will be forfeited.

  • ARTICLE 4: REGISTRATION

    From 28 November 2018, the registrations may only be effected on-line at our site www.girodolomiti.com. The competitor is responsible for the payment of any fees. At the receipt of the registration confirmation e-mail, you will be asked to attach the Health Certificate and the Declaration of Ethics.

    From 20 July 2019, the registrations can be fulfilled exclusively at the Fair, but only delivering the needed documentation.

    Registration shall be allowed until 18h00 of the day preceding the competition and is only available on application via the internet. Once the limit of 600 daily (residents in the provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno and  competitors of more 10 years in the Giro delle Dolomiti are considered in addition of the limit of 600 daily)  competitors has been reached, entries will be closed.

    Persons without a membership card of a cycling organisation and/or without their own insurance policy shall, when registering on-line, to subscribe a casualty accident and third party liability insurance policy at the cost of €5 up to 2 days, €10 for 3 or 4 days and €15 for 5 or 6 days. The microchip for testing and timing-keeping is compulsory and available at the site.

    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 28 December 2000 No. 445. Any person making a false declaration commits an offence and shall be subject to the penalties set out in the Penal Code and with relevant legislation in this respect.

  • ARTICLE 5: TICKET CATEGORIES AND COMPETITION FEES

    1. Giro delle Dolomiti (6 stages) – Ticket: € 330 (Wednesday Rest Day)
    2. Single Stage\s (one or more stages) – Ticket: € 70,00 for each stage

    For paid non-participations, we will provide, upon written claim by September 15th 2019 and at the sole discretion of the Organisation, free entrance to the 2020 Giro delle Dolomiti.

    Hotels with special discounts will be available for consultation on our website.

     

  • ARTICLE 6: SAFETY

    The event is a sporting cycling tour and all applicable rules of the Italian Cycling Federation 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). It is obligatory to wear an approved hard helmet for the entire competition, and such helmet must be kept fastened at all times.

    The instructions of the race marshal shall be strictly observed.

    Competitors who do not abide strictly by the safety rules may immediately be disqualified from the event and in cases of accidents, the person(s) responsible shall be charged in terms of the law.

    Competitors who overtake the “start race” vehicle as well as those overtaken by the “end race” vehicle are regarded as being aware that they are no longer under their protection. In any event, competitors shall always behave properly, in conformity with the rules of the event and generally use common sense.

  • ARTICLE 7: LOGISTICS

    The Organising Committee will ensure the provision of refreshments and snacks throughout the course of the stages shown in the designated localities (family members may enjoy refreshments and snacks after acquiring the bracelet of the Giro).

    We offering the possibility to give at the Staff of the Giro the backpack until 15 minutes before the start; you can take the backpack at the end of the timed stretch and at the arrive of the stage. The Organising Committee is not responsible for the possible loss of the backpack or materials inside.

    The provision of refreshments and snacks has the added role of bunching participating teams in the speed-controlled sections of the Route and at the end of free-speed sections with time keeping. The duration of breaks may vary according to the organisational requirements of the event.

    In order to reduce waiting times for competitors at the end of the free-speed section with time-keeping, or at lunches consumed during stages, the return journey to Bolzano will, on instruction by the race marshal, be split into more groups with planned starts.

  • ARTICLE 8: RACE PACK COLLECTION AND OFFICE HOURS

    Competitors can collect the race pack on presentation of a valid identity document and of the all documentation (Health Certificate and the Declaration of Ethics) at the Fairgrounds, Piazza Fiera 1, 39100 Bolzano, in the followings times:

    Saturday July 20: 9:00 – 18:00

    Sunday July 21: 9:00 – 12:00, 15:00 – 18:00

    Monday July 22: 7:00 – 10:00, 13:00 – 18:00

    Tuesday July 23: 7:00 – 10:00, 13:00 – 18:00

     

    Wednesday July 24: 9:00 – 18:00

     

    Thursday July 25: 07:00 – 10:00, 13:00 – 18:00

    Friday July 26: 7:00 – 10:00, 13:00 – 18:00

    Saturday July 27: 7:00 – 15:00

  • ARTICLE 9: TECHNICAL MATTERS

    Each stage will include one or more timed free-speed sections. At the end of each stage both the overall and category rankings will be displayed at the Fairgrounds and also published on the website www.girodolomiti.com (see Article 10).

    To be entered in the rankings in the Giro delle Dolomiti competitors are required to complete all stages and to be entered in the rankings of the Short Tour, competitors are required to complete the final 3 stages 25, 26, 27 July. For the stage of July 27, a separate team ranking will be compiled.

    The timekeeping and the controls will be make with an electronic system of times detecting.

    The Organising Committee reserves the right to effect changes to any stage in the event of situations arising which may compromise the safety of competitors or the successful conclusion of the event.

    Two options for lunch shall be provided for the “Full Lunch” to consisting of a traditional meal and the “Fast Lunch” for a quick light meal.

    Where it is possible, during the stage, there will be toilets reserved for women.

    Stage July 27th – Team time-trial

    Single cyclists can join teams with a minimum of 4 and maximum of 5 members, combining with different teams other than their own, and mixed teams. Individual participants may also take part in this stage. The timing for the course shall be calculated based on the time of the fourth competitor belonging to the team crossing the finishing line.

    It is admitted get wheel. There is not admitted time trial bicycles or extension mounted on the handlebar.

    In order to facilitate the formation of teams, a board shall be displayed at the Fair of Bolzano on which competitors can fill in, using their own competitor bib number, the composition of their own team membership for the organisers, from 09h00 on Saturday 20 July until 18h00 Friday 26 July.

  • ARTICLE 10: CONTROL, RANKINGS, PRIZEGIVING

    Controls:

    The competitors must pass through the carpets of the two control points situated along the route, or face disqualification. Tracking of the route will be done electronically. 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 entire Giro delle Dolomiti.

    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.

    Rankings:

    Giro delle Dolomiti and Short Giro – the prize-winners shall be, as outright winners, the first three male and female participants and then the first three participants in the following categories (men A 19-30 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 19- 39 years, W2 40-54 years, women over 55);

    The first three teams ranked by performance, and the first three teams having participated in the Giro delle Dolomiti.

    Buying and taking part at the last three stages, automatically you will be in the ranking of the Short Giro.

    Crono Team – the prize winners shall be the first three men’s team, the first three women’s teams, the first three mixed teams and the first individual male and female . The last day racing times will have a neutral effect on the overall standing but there is mandatory to complete the Crono stage to take part in the overall standing. The spirit of the last day is the same of the Big Races, convivial and participants show – it is not allowed to attack the leaders of the ranking.

    Prize giving: the prize giving in all categories shall take place on Saturday 27th July 2019 from 13:00 at the Fairgrounds.

    Every morning the overall leader M/W will be given his leaders jersey. The same goes for the leader M\W of the Dolomites Residents.

  • ARTICLE 11: COMPLAINTS AND FCI REGULATIONS

    Complaints must be submitted to a jury panel which, in accordance with the guidelines, are set out in the technical regulations of the SAN[1] of the FCI. As regards matters not included in these regulations, the technical rules and regulations of the SAN-FCI shall apply.

    [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 preselected 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 assisting in the organisation, in whatever capacity, from all responsibilities of whatever nature, civil, criminal or administrative, arising from any harmful event, however same may have occurred, to persons or property, or caused by his/her own conduct. The participants undertake, furthermore, not to leave their bicycle or their own property unattended. It is understood that in the event of theft or damage to his/her own bicycle, or of personal property, or of any other means of transport left unattended, no liability therefor shall be ascribed to and no claim against the ASD Giro delle Dolomiti shall be entertained. The above notwithstanding, the ASD Giro delle Dolomiti shall be compensated in the event of any actions causing damage to the image or reputation of the event, to the ASD Giro delle Dolomiti, which may arise from any conduct which is in breach of the rules set out in the present regulations or the spirit of the event.

  • ARTICLE 14: CANCELLATION OF THE EVENT

    In the event of force majeure or any other unforeseen event beyond the control of the Organisation, necessitating the cancellation of the event, the registration fee shall not be reimbursed and may not be offset against the fees for 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, which changes shall 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 protect the health of all participants and to protect the organization of the event under the profile of the responsibility, the competitor declares under the own responsibility that:

    – he/she is in possession of an effective medical fitness certificate to participate in competitive activities, as well as an Ethical Certificate which must be mandatorily attached at the relevant point in the online application form as well as at the moment of the picked up of the race pack as a necessary and essential condition for participation in the event;

    -to be in possession of a regular membership card and/or a casualty accident and third party liability insurance policy;

    – to have taken note of the present regulations, and unconditionally agreed to and accepted all sections thereof.

    The ASD Giro delle Dolomiti, the 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, as modified by D.lgs. 101/2018.

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

    The ASD Giro delle Dolomiti warrants that the processing of the participants’ data shall be characterised by principles of lawfulness, accuracy and transparency, with limitation to the purpose intended, minimum storage duration, and contain only essential data only as well as principles of accuracy, integrity and confidentiality.

    With the dispatch of the online application form, the participant confirms his/her consent to the possible taking of photographs, videos, audio and/or video recordings, of whatever nature, produced in connection with the Giro delle Dolomiti capable of being stored, reproduced, published or sold by the Organisers, without requiring authority and without there being a claim for compensation and/or redress from the participant. In particular, the participant expressly authorises the Organisers, as well as its relevant media partner, to use still or moving images which may have been taken during the course of his/her participation in the competition, by whatever means, in promotional and/or published material. The participant further agrees to the use of such data in respect of material which may subsequently have been acquired by a photographer and/or professional photo studio duly appointed by the Organisers for the purposes of photographic services for the event.

  • ARTICLE 17: DISQUALIFICATION AND PENALTIES

    With the dispatch of the online application form, the competitor, together with other participants in his/her team, confirm that no sporting, civil and/or criminal sanctions have been imposed, even if being appealed, as regards matters related to doping, 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/2017-09/wada-publishes-2018-list-of-prohibited-substances-and-methods  until December 31st 2018 and from January 1st 2019 https://www.wada-ama.org/en/media/news/2018-09/wada-publishes-2019-list-of-prohibited-substances-and-methods.

    A false declaration shall be prosecuted in the normal course of the law.

    Where a positive doping test is 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, in any sporting event, the competitor is obliged to inform the Organising Committee of the Giro Delle Dolomiti, and shall pay a fine, depending on the severity of the damage caused to the reputation of the event, up to an amount of €50,000.00 (fifty thousand Euro). If the competitor belongs to a sporting association, such organisation shall be obliged to make payment of a fine of the same amount.

    The amounts shall be paid to the Organising Committee of the Giro Delle Dolomiti, depending on the severity of the disrepute caused to its image, which shall be applied for use in the development of youth sporting activities.

    The ASD of the Giro delle Dolomiti reserves the right to adopt such measures as may be necessary in cases where the anti-sporting behaviour of the of the participant would affect the finishing ranking of the time trial.

  • ARTICLE 18: DISQUALIFICATION

    Competing under another competitor’s number, giving a competitor’s number to others or other serious violations noted by the Organisers shall result in immediate expulsion from the event, or alternatively exclusion from the results rankings, as well as disqualification from the event for a period of five years. In the most serious cases, disqualification could be for life. The provisions above shall be applied by the Organisers.

    A competitor shall, at all times, wear his/her race number and same must be attached to the competitor’s bicycle. Each competitor in the race shall have the right/duty to inform the Organisers and the race marshal of riders not displaying numbers on their bicycles, or not wearing the number bib and to report riders whose conduct places him/herself or fellow competitors at risk and brings the Giro delle Dolomiti into disrepute.

    An appeal is hereby made to competitors’ sense of civic duty not to throw litter onto the streets along the route. Competitors who throw objects of whatever nature anywhere outside the refreshment points may be subject to disqualification for the present as well as the following event. Disqualifications imposed by the FCI in the course of a year may lead to exclusion from the starting list at any time 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.

    To ensure a proper and safe running of the competition, the details of the vehicles that unlawfully follow the competitors and drive in areas normally prohibited to traffic, viz. areas between the start and the end of the race, will be transmitted by the race marshals to both the competition panel and to the competent police service as possible violations of sporting codes or the Highway Code.

  • ARTICLE 19: INFORMATION

    For any information: Organising Committee of the Giro delle Dolomiti, viale Trieste 17/D, 39100 Bolzano (BZ), Tel: +39 , e-mail: girodol@girodolomiti.com – www.girodolomiti.com

  • ARTICLE 20: APPLICABLE LAW AND LANGUAGE

    The present regulations are governed by Italian law and only the Italian text shall be definitive. In respect of all matters not expressly dealt with, the applicable Italian laws and legislative provisions shall be applied where necessary.

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