The second day of the taster sessions leads the riders from Brixen through the heart of the Dolomites to St. Vigil © Robert Niedring
Besides the traditional team entries, Race Organisers are making a special offer available in 2017 which enable interested cyclists to experience the first or the first two stages of the 20th anniversary edition, respectively.
Event organisers are offering a total of 200 demo day tickets which addresses not only those who would love to compete individually but also the BIKE Transalp rookies who want to slowly get to know the seven-day MTB adventure.
There are two options for the demo days: you can chose to pedal the first stage from Mayrhofen to Brixen, or you decide to keep going finally wrapping up the taster sessions in St. Vigil.
The price per stage is € 80,-.
In addition, Race organisers will provide a transport back to Mayrhofen no matter if you race one or two days.
Those who enter the event as part of the taster sessions will start as individuals and in an additional starting block solely reserved for them.
Although they won't be ranked as part of the classic BIKE Transalp categories, every competitor will be part of the peloton of adventurers and will capitalise on the same services which are provided to all other mountain bikers over the course of the stages.
For further information on the demo days as well as how to register click here.