Registrations for Paris are closed and we're already more than 230 cyclists who want to ride with us on September 12:
Without further changes we expect 190 cyclists in Paris
Local rides in Berlin, Bochum, Black Forest & Seattle leave the registrations open and we will launch towards end of week an initiative for independent NWC rides.
Please continue your fundraising / contribution to one of the fundraising sites: there is no free ride & its up to you to make sure you've contributed to our cancer research fundraising
Please review your assignment to the preliminary SAS list; we tried to keep you together with friends or in a group that suits you.
Slower groups depart first, which makes it more important to select a group where you won’t drop: you may be alone on the road.
Please make sure you've send your medical certificate / license to email@example.com
Groups departing prior to 7am will ride a bit in the dark: backlights are mandatory & front lights recommended.
We will provide final ride instructions including your SAS, timings, the routes and the riders briefing with the Corona rules by Thursday September 10.
Your bike should be ready on September 12, so there are no surprises. KM0 has offered to take a complementary look at it, please schedule an appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org using the reference NWCEd5.
Hutchinson supports the Nicola Werner Challenge in its 3rd year and this time a very nice special is offered: real beginners and those who master the first time 200km will receive a set of tires (limited to the 25 first applicants). Please contact email@example.com using the reference NWCEd5 and mentioning beginner or first time 200km.
AFTER THE RIDE DINNER:
If you like to join for dinner on Saturday as of 20:00, please make a reservation at la Fabbrica referencing Moritz.
See you on the road! Moritz