News 2020

Jenny Roger (SUI) - 2. Platz Salzkammergut Trophy 2018 - Strecke B (Foto: sportograf.de)

The new Trophy race format also on July 18 & 19!

It’s official now! We are able to organize a "Race-Day” on July 18 & 19, if we implement the same contest mode as with our new race format the so called “Trophy Individual”. The Trophy Individual is not like a regular bike race with a ...
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It’s official now! We are able to organize a "Race-Day” on July 18 & 19, if we implement the same contest mode as with our new race format the so called “Trophy Individual”. The Trophy Individual is not like a regular bike race with a mass start and timing is also not applied throughout the whole course. This way it is easier to keep the required social distancing.

There will be an individual start, and the distances should be 50-100 meters among the participants. Visitors and trainers may unfortunately not enter the starting area, however assistance is permitted along the race track in compliance with the Covid 19 regulations. This year there will be also no side events nor any entertainment and catering in the festival pavilion. Thank you for your understanding! Yet the local gastronomy will be open!

Rating beginning of November – Winners‘Ceremonies 2021

All courses will remain signposted until the End of October. Each participant may tackle the course with the same race number any number of times with no extra charge within those four months. This way it is possible to improve one’s timing or challenge different Trophy tracks. The rankings will be released beginning of November. There will be also a classification of all age groups, several special and team ratings as well as a slow motion ratings. The winners will be awarded as part of the Salzkammergut Trophy 2021 winners’ ceremony!

Due to the lower organizational effort, the rate for the staring kit including timing transponder was reduced to Euro 29,-. Those who like to participate on July 18 or 19 or any other day, please reply until June 30 for your race number to be shipped for an extra charge of 3,90 Euro.

What will be special when starting on July 18th or 19th?

On this race weekend the course may only be tackled between 05.00 am and 08:30 pm! For all other days – in order to protect the wild life – limited times apply:
Until August from 07:00 am until 07:00 pm
In September from 08:00 am until 06:00 pm
In October: from 09:00 am until 05:00 pm

The following additional services will be provided on July 18th:
+ Marshalls at the beginning and at the end of each timing–stage
+ Water stations, PowerBar IsoActive and bananas along the course
+ Race number distributions and info stand within the starting area

Moreover we are planning additional “race-days” for bikers of the extreme distance including extended time limits. More details will follow by beginning of July!

We are looking forward to your participation!

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David Schöggl (AUT) - Salzkammergut Trophy 2018 – Raschberg mit Dachsteingletscher (Foto: Erwin Haiden)

From July until October: Trophy Individual

The course of the 2020 Salzkammergut Trophy will be sign posted and equipped with a permanent timing from the beginning of July for four months. All participants for the “Trophy individual” may choose any date until end of October ...
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The course of the 2020 Salzkammergut Trophy will be sign posted and equipped with a permanent timing from the beginning of July for four months. All participants for the “Trophy individual” may choose any date until end of October for tackling the courses and comparing themselves in online ranking. In order to avoid dangerous high-speed crashes, the timing will be limited to the climbs respectively flat passages outside residential areas. On the transfer tracks one can take a break, visit a lodge and enjoy the breathtaking landscape of the Salzkammergut.

The necessary starting kit including the transponder for timing costs 29 Euros and may be collected after a successful Online-entry at the local tourism offices as well bike stores; respectively will also be shipped upon request when registering until June 15.

With the race number one can participate as often as desired and therefore not only improve one’s timing but also challenge different courses! However Gravel and E-bikes need their own race number! In addition three permanent running courses between 5 and 21 km are planned as well as a mountain run!

Register Now!
Registration for the "Trophy individual" is possible as of NOW!
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Ewige Wand (Foto: Erwin Haiden)

Three great Gravel-Tours in and around Bad Goisern

The great and widely branched net of forest and mountain roads in the region Dachstein-Salzkammergut is also ideal for gravel bikers. Bikeboard-editor Lisi Hager completed last years‘ Gravel-Marathon and this fall ...
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The great and widely branched net of forest and mountain roads in the region Dachstein-Salzkammergut is also ideal for gravel bikers. Bikeboard-editor Lisi Hager completed last years‘ Gravel-Marathon and this fall researched together Bernhard Höll from the Trophy-Team the best courses especially for you!
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Radtour im Salzkammergut (Foto: Euroaktiv)

How about an easy-going bike tour through the Salzkammergut?

Easy going biking with family or friends on the most beautiful bike tracks in Europe – everything perfectly organized! Eurobike Bike Travels offers for all tours luggage transfers as well as detailed travel documents with best ...
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Easy going biking with family or friends on the most beautiful bike tracks in Europe – everything perfectly organized! Eurobike Bike Travels offers for all tours luggage transfers as well as detailed travel documents with best mapped route descriptions and will organize all hotel bookings!

So did we catch your attention? We recommend the Salzkammergut Sternfahrt (5 legs), the Zehn Seen Rundfahrt (6 legs) or the Salzkammergut Rundfahrt (6 legs).

Especially for all participants who still hadn’t enough after the Trophy there is the Salzkammergut Sternfahrt as a three day version available exclusively as from July 19.
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Villa Seilern

Tip: Villa Seilern Vital Resort –
Your personal Sport’s Base

In close vicinity to the Salzkammergut Trophy the Hotel Villa Seilern Vital Resort 4*superior welcomes you in Bad Ischl – the center for health, fitness and well-being specialized in your personal wishes and needs.
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In close vicinity to the Salzkammergut Trophy the Hotel Villa Seilern Vital Resort 4*superior welcomes you in Bad Ischl – the center for health, fitness and well-being specialized in your personal wishes and needs.

The cuisine team is happy to consider any individual nutrition requirements of the every single athlete. In addition indulge in the 800 m2 great spa area with various sauna, steam bath and cozy warm indoor whirl pools for perfect relaxation.

During your hotel stay check out the die Cardio-Lounge as well as the fitness area for a perfect entire body workout. A team of sports experts, therapists and masseurs guarantee personal tailored treatments in the in-house health center. In the lockable fitness room athletes may store their entire equipment care-free.

So contact us now our special deals for all Trophy participants!
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ENI Project 2019 - young Volunteers for sports events

In 2019, the Salzkammergut Trophy is networking with three mountain bike events in Czechia, Hungary and Slovakia. The EU-funded project has the goal of mobilizing young volunteers.

Salzkammergut Mountainbike Trophy 2019 - Teufel in der Ewigen Wand (Foto: Christoph Oberschneider)

Who is this Trophy Devil?

Is he just a copy of the legendary Didi the devil, the trident demon of the Tour de France? No, by no means as our Trophy devil has its own unique story!
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Is he just a copy of the legendary Didi the devil, the trident demon of the Tour de France? No, by no means as our Trophy devil has its own unique story!

As every story begins: once upon a time there was a real genuine Bavarian guy! This was 20 years ago; in 2000 Bernd Zörlein a Rookie from Vöhringen, Bavaria totally smashed and at the end of his tether, ankle deep in mud after the then still required brutal carry passage at the Strähnhag just before the downhill Rossalm – a TV team asked how he was doing. “It's hell!” he babbled into the micro, yet still facing more than 65 kilometers he added. “No, it will be hell and back!” capturing in a nutshell what every exhausted biker feels, when the heavenly finishing line is still far away. “A ride to hell and back” became the perfect synonym for the sheer unbearable, hellish tortures of the 210 km course.
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