Overview

Salzkammergut Trophy 2018 - Raschberg (Foto: sportograf)Salzkammergut Trophy 2018 - Raschberg (Foto: sportograf)

Fascination Salzkammergut Trophy - 17th of July 2021

The Salzkammergut is the toughest mountain bike marathon in Austria. Since 1998, cyclists from all over Europe act out their sporty ambitions amidst most fascinating mountain scenery of the Salzkammergut.
more
The Salzkammergut is the toughest mountain bike marathon in Austria. Since 1998, cyclists from all over Europe act out their sporty ambitions amidst most fascinating mountain scenery of the Salzkammergut. So no matter what your performance level may be, there will be a perfect distance for every participant! Chill out during the 22 kilometers or challenge 37, 58, 76, 121 or even the infernal 205 kilometers as well as the technically challenging "All-Mountain" competition over 57 kilometers with start in Bad Ischl.

Our main goal is to host the 24th edition of the Trophy on July 17, however somewhat scaled-down adapting to current regulations and, of course in compliance with all Covid regulations.

For more information on any updates please check out our newsletter.
minimize
Salzkammergut Trophy Strecke A, Emotion, (Foto: Marc Schwarz)

The Extreme Course

The Salzkammergut dedicates the extreme course to all "Adrenalin Junkies"! 210,2 kilometres and an incredible 7,147 meters altitude difference!
more
The Salzkammergut dedicates the extreme course to all "Adrenalin Junkies"! 210,2 kilometres and an incredible 7,147 meters altitude difference – welcome to the Salzkammergut extreme challenge and Europe's toughest Mountain Bike Marathon! With a drop-out rate up to 50 %, this course is even daunting for die-hards like Roberto Heras, Wolfgang Fasching, Stefan Danowski, Ondrej Fojtik or Tinker Juarez. Besides an immense physical condition, it also demands great technical skills and mental strength.
minimize
 Slow Motion Wertung Siegerehrung (Foto: Martin Bihounek)

Slow Motion Rating

Last come, first served! The Slow Motion Prize adds up the times of all bikers of a team. The team with highest time scoring in total win.
more
Last come, first served! The Slow Motion Prize adds up the times of all bikers of a team. Then the three teams with the highest time scoring in total win the prizes. This is an advantage to those teams who have lots of participants in the race, who ride the longest courses and reach the finishing line just before the time limit is in effect. 

Prizes worth more than Euro 10,000,- are waiting for the winners!
minimize
Salzkammergut Trophy - Salzberg (Foto: sportograf)

Everyone can join and win!

For us, the organization team, it is particularly important to motivate rookies for the mountain bike sport.
more
For us, the organization team, it is particularly important to motivate rookies for the mountain bike sport. Therefore, besides a broad range of distances, the time limits on the shorter tracks are set in such a way that even bikers with an average of less than 10 km per hour still complete the race. Furthermore numerous of service station along the course invite to take a break and in the finish area a team of masseurs provide for a quick regeneration. 

No matter if you tackle the 22.1 km Rookie’s marathon (688 m altitude difference), 37.9 km (1,114 m altitude difference), 53.5 km (1,543 m altitude difference), 55.0 km (1,820 m altitude difference), 74.0 km (2,446 m altitude difference) or the 119.5 km distance (3,848 m altitude difference) – every finisher will be cheered like a winner at the finishing line and all bikers have the same chance of winning first prize! After the winners' ceremony, all present bikers take part in a raffle with prizes worth more than € 3.000,-!
minimize