21 - 23 June 2019
What would a perfect bike weekend be without parties and concerts? - We also thought about it and therefore we add stage and bar for the race weekend.
Save the Date: 21 - 23 June 2019
Race & Registration
All races can be ridden individually or in overall ranking. However, riders can form teams of two or three. In a team of three there is one strike result per team. Women and men as well as mixed teams will be judged.
Points will be awarded for all disciplines on the basis of their ranking. The rider with the least points wins the Dirt Royale.
The historic title «King of Dirt Royale» or «Queen of Dirt Royale» can only be won by those who participate in all races.
Prize money (men / women / teams):
1st place: CHF 600.00
2nd place: CHF 450.00
3rd place: CHF 250.00
Friday: Dual Slalom
At the Dual Slalom, you ride with the classic «one against one» format against a direct opponent. The starting order is determined by a qualification run.
The finals are held from sixteenth finals.
Saturday: Orienteering & Trophy race
Within a time window of six hours, it is important to find as many posts as possible. A map will be given to the participants before the race.
The round starts with a mass start. The total time from start to finish counts for the placement. Not found posts/trails will result in penalty points. Penalty points will also be awarded if a driver finishes too late.
Various trophys and vouchers are hidden on the track and can be collected by the riders. The hiding places are marked on the map.
Saturday: «Abstigerlis» Game
In the classic Abstigerlis (= dismounting) the bikers fight directly against each other in a small ring. The goal is to push the opponent(s) from the bike, to keep their balance at the same time and not to put any foot down.
This is a special classification and does not count towards the overall classification.
Sunday: Dirt Royale Games
At the Royale Games, points are fought for in various disciplines in the bikepark:
Beat the local: Many have tried, few have made it: Beating our Lenzerheide Bikepark team. A rider of the team sets a time, now it's up to the participants to beat it. Different sections on the PRIMEline are stopped and added up. For the classification, the total time of the sections counts. The winners of the individual sections will receive special prizes.
Foxhunt: Fox hunting in Lenzerheide: While the foxes (participants) wait nervously for the starting signal, the hunter (fast rider) prepares a few metres behind the mass start field for the forthcoming hunt. The foxes start in the pack and are chased down the FLOWline by the hunter. All riders who cross the finish line before the hunter will be considered as winners.
Chainless Race: Who brakes, loses. Classic race with individual start. Waves, and flow have to be used to keep as much speed as possible. Because riding and braking errors with a few pedal turns to make up for does not work in this race.
STRAIGHTline Challenge: It's not the fastest rider who wins, it's the one who can judge himself best. A local gives the time, the participants have to estimate their time (faster or slower). The difference between the estimate and the time ridden counts for the evaluation.
- 3 days Dirt Royale: CHF 179.00
- 3 days Dirt Royale with season ticket or Gravity Card: CHF 129.00
- Dual Slalom: CHF 39.00
- Orienteering & Trophy Race: CHF 79.00 (with season ticket or Gravity Card: CHF 59.00)
- Dirt Royale Games: CHF 79.00 (with season ticket or Gravity Card: CHF 59.00)
Late registration fee
- 3 days, orienteering & Trophy Race, Dirt Royale Games, if places available: CHF 20.00
- Dual Slalom: CHF 10.00
01.00 - 05.00 pm: Raceoffice open, Race number distribution weekend
01.00 - 03.00 pm: Race number distribution Dual Slalom
03.30 - 05.00 pm: Qualification Dual Slalom
06.00 - 07.00 pm: Finals(1/16 or 1/8 Finals to 1/1 Final)
08.30 - 09.00 pm: Award ceremony
07.30 am - 06.00 pm: Raceoffice open, Race number distribution weekend, orienteering & trophy race
09.00 am - 09.30 am: Riders Briefing and distribution of maps
09.30 am - 10.00 am: Team meeting and map analysis
10.10 am: Start orienteering & Trophy Race
04.00 pm: Finish orienteering & Trophy Race
06.00 pm - 07.30 pm: Raceoffice open, Registraton «Abstigerlis»(not counting for overall ranking)
07.00 pm - 07.30 pm: Award ceremony orienteering &Trophy Race
08.30 pm - 09.30 pm: Abstigerlis
10.00 pm - 10.30 pm: Award ceremony «Abstigerlis»
07.30 am - 12.00 am: Raceoffice open, Race number distribution Dirt Royale Games
08.45 am - 09.15 am: Riders Briefing
09.30 am - 10.30 am: Foxhunt
10.00 am - 03.00 pm: Beath the local
10.00 am - 03.00 pm: Chainless
10.30 am - 11.30 am: Training STRAIGHTline challenge
10.30 am - 03.00 pm: STRAIHGHTline challenge
03.30 am - 04.00 pm: Award ceremnoy Dirt Dirt Royale Games and King/Queen of Dirt Royale
In addition to the races, the Dirt Royale also boasts various happenings on the event grounds, so that even people who do not take part in the races can enjoy an eventful weekend. An attractive children's programme is waiting for the whole family.
Do you also have used bike parts that you no longer need? Sell them at your own stand at the second-hand sales point Flow(h)markt. Do you have only a few articles? We are happy to take over the sale for a fee:
Stand fees CHF 20.00, sales fees CHF 20.00.
For a change of pace and bike fun, the Pivà Alpine Lodge offers child care in its own children's club.
Half day without lunch: Costs CHF 20.00
Full day with lunch: Costs CHF 35.00
During the Dirt Royale weekend, the Lenzerheide Bike School is in charge of the «Kids Bike League». The little ones playfully get to grips with biking so that they too can soon take part in the Dirt Royale.
No event functions without the active support of volunteers. Also for this event we are looking for hard-working hands.
If you would like to make an important contribution to a spectacular bike event, please register as a volunteer.