Two bike events in September at Bike Kingdom
With the testRIDE from September 11th to 13th, 2020 and the Bike Kingdom Feast one week later, from September 18th to 20th, 2020, two bike events will soon take place in the new Bike Kingdom Lenzerheide. With some adjustments, both events can be carried out Corona-compliant and form two bike highlights at the end of the season.
With the testRIDE and the Bike Kingdom Feast, two top-class bike events will take place in Lenzerheide at the end of the season.
testRIDE - 11th to 13th September 2020
During the testRIDE you can test the latest mountain bikes, road bikes, trekking bikes, e-bikes and components and try on lots of bike clothes and accessories. With around 40 exhibitors and 4 test tracks, the event has something for every type of bike. Right next to the test area is the Rothorn valley station with the Lenzerheide Bikepark. Important: All visitors must register in advance using the Bike Kingdom App with personal details and buy a ticket for CHF 10.00. As the number of visitors is limited, we recommend that you register and buy your ticket quickly. Unlike in previous years, the site is no longer freely accessible to ensure any contact tracing. In addition, masks are mandatory on the testRIDE area. The food stalls are open to everyone outside the testRIDE area. Side events such as guided tours or a party will be avoided this year.
Bike Kingdom Feast - 18th to 20th September 2020
With the Bike Kingdom Feast, the Bike Kindgom - a little late - is inaugurated. On the program is the «Dirt Royale» with various bike races including children and family races. The Dual Slalom, a sub-discipline of the «Dirt Royale», will take place on Friday evening in the dark with the track illuminated - a special highlight for the participants. To make sure that the children also get their money's worth, there are various offers. These are a Junior Downhill Race, which takes place on a part of the PrimeLine, a Family Dual Slalom (on the original track like the «Dirt Royale») where one parent fights for victory together with a child, and a Kids Cross Country Race on the World Cup track. A small Expo, food stands and a Grill & Chill on Friday and Saturday evening round off the event. All visitors have to register at the entrance, give their contact details, and masks are compulsory. Admission is free of charge.