As of 2013 , the WorldGames of Mountainbiking will no longer be a ‚hobby‘ Championships, but a „World Championships for ALL Mountainbikers“. It will be permitted that as well as Hobby Bikers, Licenced bikers will also be able to participate.
Participants under the age of 18, will need a signed form of consent from their parents in order for them to participate. For your own safety, the wearing of a helmet is compulsory.
Downhill & Kids Downhill: Due to the fact that it is ‚downhill‘, the following protection equipment is required: full helmet (with visor), back protector, elbow, knee and shin protectors, gloves.
For the safety of the participants helmets are compulsory.
Downhill & KIDS Downhill:
Following saftey equipment is obligatory during the whole event:
Full visor helmet, back protector, ellbow-, knee- & shin-guards, gloves
In the event of a serious injury our Event Promotor has arranged for a mobile rescue team consisting of a Doctor and 2 Paramedics.
The World Games of Mountainbiking is an event which uses mountain bikes only. No other bike type will be permitted. Furthermore, it is also not allowed to replace frames or wheels. Before the race, every biker should carry out a safety inspection.
All participants are required to display their start numbers which are provided by the Event Promoter (bib number and frame number). The advertising on the numbers must remain visible.
The event will partly take place on public routes which have not been closed to traffic. Each participant is to obey all enforced traffic laws. Furthermore, the Competition Code of Conduct must also be adhered to. Failure to do so will result in disqualification.
The Jury is made up of three individuals, each representing one of the following event establishments:
This Committee is set up previous to the event and has the following responsibilities:
The Jury and/ or Chief Referee reserve the right to penalise or disqualify a participant from the race when one of the following applies:
Protests concerning incidents during the race must be submitted to the Jury within 15 minutes of the race's finish. The protest must also be accompanied by a € 15 fee which will be reimbursed if the protest is acknowledged.
Times and places for award ceremony - please see programme
When time permits, each participant will receive his/her ranking list during the event, otherwise it can be forwarded by post (postage €1,53) or can be downloaded here
The handing over of food and drinks will only be permitted in the designated "Food Zones". Disposing of litter in areas other than these zones will lead to disqualification.
These rules are primarily in place to ensure your own safety. Violation of the Rules and Regulations can subsequently lead to being disqualified from the race.
||1995 - 1998|
||1974 - 1994|
||1973 and older|
||1973 - 1964|
||1963 and older|
||ONLY short marathon!|
||2002 - 2003|
||2000 - 2001|
||1998 - 1999|
||female||Year of birth 2009 and younger||1 round|
||male||Year of birth 2009 and younger||1 round|
||female||Year of birth 2005 - 2008||2 rounds|
||male||Year of birth 2005 - 2008||2 rounds|
||female||Year of birth 2002 - 2004||2 rounds|
||male||Year of birth 2002 - 2004||2 rounds|
||female||Year of birth 2000 - 2001||3 rounds|
||male||Year of birth 2000 - 2001||3 rounds|
||female||Year of birth 1998 - 1999||3 rounds|
||male||Year of birth 1998 - 1999||3 rounds|
Organisers, Sponsors and Officials are not responsible in any way or means for injuries/damages that are sustained during the event. A condition to participate is that bikers must take all responsibility for damages to themselves and others as well as their equipment throughout the competition and can not hold other people, institutions or companies liable for damage.
The Organisers, Sponsors and other individuals who are part of the event are not responsible in any way for injury or illness of participants during the event. They are also not responsible for any loss or damage of personal belongings. Responsibility will be taken only if it is proven that a staff member was reckless.
Mildly disrupting behaviour which leads to injury will also be dealt with under the parameters defined in the Insurance Manuel. Participants must agree not to hold any organisational party responsible for injury or theft sustained during the competition.
Change of venue and date must be announced immediately to all participants. In the event of change by the Organiser that can not be adhered to by the participant, the participant has one week after the initial announcement to withdraw his/her entry in writing. In the case of cancellation the participant will receive a refund sum which has been pre-determined.
Any changes with regards to rules, the race course and track profiles are the responsibility of the Organiser and will be posted on a board at the Information Desk situated at the respective starting areas.
Must be accompanied by an appeal up to four weeks before the event (with a processing fee of € 8,-).
For withdrawals later than this there will be no return of refund!