Closing instead of opening: Spectacular season finale on Lake Garda
This year the FSA BIKE Festival Garda Trentino will take place in autumn instead of the traditional date in May. However, this does not detract from the popularity of this event. Because from 15 – 17 October 2021, the numerous mountain bike fans on Italy’s largest lake will not be celebrating the start of the 2021 biking season, but a great finale. Once again, you can expect great products to test and try out, exciting races and interesting side events.
Bielefeld, 27 September 2021: With its traditional date in May, the FSA BIKE Festival in Riva has been one of the most popular season openers for thousands of cycling enthusiasts for more than two decades. However, moving the date to October does not change the fascination of this event. So it will not be the start of the season in this year, but a grandiose end to the season in the golden autumn of Italy: as usual with attractive exhibitors, great test rides and exciting side events.
Over 120 renowned exhibitors with more than 250 brands will present their new products at the large expo, which will be available for extensive testing. Guided tours for different skill levels and rider types will be offered, where experienced instructors will teach and train the most important basics as well as new moves and tricks.
Exciting side events also provide additional adrenaline kicks. For example, the fastest riders will be determined on three different routes at the ‘SCOTT BIKE Marathon‘ on Saturday. In the ‘Bosch eMTB Challenge supported by Trek‘, all motorised athletes can prove their handling between battery conservation, speed and technology. The enduro specialists will show their downhill and jumping skills on Sunday in the ‘Enduro Challenge’: Here is a adrenaline rush guaranteed. Of course, the youngsters will not be forgotten: The little bikers will have the opportunity to show what they can already do and amaze their parents in the ‘Junior Trophy’ on Sunday.
This event with its large number of participants can be held safely thanks to an intensively developed hygiene concept. For example, masks are compulsory on the entire Expo grounds, which may only be entered after showing the ‘Green Pass’ (proof of vaccination, recovery or testing). The distance rules must be observed and the basic hygiene rules followed. There are disinfectant dispensers scattered around the grounds and a testing station next to the festival area.
General information on the BIKE Festivals can be found athttps://riva.bike- festival.de/en/
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