Drop Down Superenduro Val Di Fassa | 24 June 2018
Name: Drop Down Superenduro Val di Fassa
Date: June 24 2018
Race: Superenduro 2018 third round and first European Continental Enduro Seires race
Start/Finish Location: Canazei – Piazza Marconi
Organization: ASD Fassa Bike
Race affiliation: FCI
The race will be run on 5 stages along the trails of the Val di Fassa Area. The Event Village and Paddock Area will be in the town of Canazei. Liaisons will be partially pedalled (600m D+) and partially by lift (1.600m D+) for a total vertical ascent of almost 2.200m.
The Junior categories race course will be on Stage 1 and Stage 2.
The E-Bike race course is the same for mountain bike race. The recharge zone will be during Time Control close to the race direction tent.
Course announce: Friday 15 June
Taping and signposting: Saturday 23 June
Tech support area
1 – Paddock Area, Piazza Marconi Canazei
1 – Piazza Marconi Canazei c/o start finish area
2 – 3 water points along the course
The bikepass – uplift ticket – is valid, this year, for all lifts that will be used during the race. During the days of practice, you’ll be able to purchase a daily ticket (at a price of 31 euros) or a two-day ticket (at the discounted price of 52 euros) at the ticket office which is located within the bottom station facilities.
The race-weekend bikepass (Saturday/Sunday) will be for sale (at 15 euros) from the afternoon of Friday the 22nd of June, at Fassasport offices, in Canazei (Via streda dolomites 147, behind the stage).
Total Race Distance
Total vertical ascent
The first Liason changed from the gps track. Please follow the Superenduro arrows in place.
Length: 3,7 km
D+: 206 m
First part of the liaison is on tarmac along the Fedaia road towards the Marmolada. You will have the Gran Vernel mountain in front of you. Once reached the village of Alba you go up a beautiful and steep white road in the woods.
STAGE 1 – PS1 CIASATES
Lengh: 1,1 km
D-: 196 m
Short but entirely natural Stage. A fresh cut trail in the woods, characterized by fast and steep parts with some pedaled sections. A demanding terrain full of roots.
Lengh: 7,2 km
D+: 970 m
The liaison runs along the cycle path of the dolomites to reach the Col Rodella lift located in the town of Campitello.
STAGE 2 – PS2 TUTTI I FRUTTI
D-: 800 m
Stage with a great vertical drop, characterized by different types of alpine terrains, from rocks to deep soil and roots. Some pedaled section mix together with steep parts and tight hairpin bends, mountain ridges and a lot more then you can imagine
TIME CONTROL – CO
Lengh: 4,6 km
D+: 634 m
The first part of the liaison is with the Belvedere lift in Canazei. Once in Pecol you cycle along the legendary climb of the Giro d’Italia, the Passo Pordoi road.
STAGE 3 – PS3 GLUHWEIN
Lengh km: 2,1 km
D-: 266 m
The Stage is entirely new, characterized by a first part on an existing path, followed by a fresh cut section with a lot of turns, technical stuff and some pedaling.
Lengh: 6,1 km
D+: 436 m
The liaison goes up the road of the legendary Passo Pordoi that offer some unique views of the Dolomite peaks, then it continues on a dirt road surrounded by green meadows in the direction of Belvedere.
STAGE 4 – PS4 VOLTRON
Lengh: 4,1 km
D-: 641 m
The Stage consists in a mix of lines with a first flowy part along the meadows of the Belvedere, followed by a very technical central section on roots and stones and final part in the woods with a very long and insidious section with roots and some pedaling.
Lengh: 1,1 km
D-: 113 m
Short dowhill liaison on tarmac along the Pordoi road
STAGE 5 – PS5 CITY SHOW
Lengh: 704 m
D-: 58 m
Classic final Stage along the alleys of the old town of Canazei with a final rush in the paddock and finish line just in front of the stage
|Dates and Timing|
|THURSDAY JUNE 21|
|9:00-19:00||Team Area setup in streda del Piz in Canazei|
|FRIDAY JUNE 22|
|9:00-19:00||Event Village and Paddock setup in Via Roma, Canazei|
|SATURDAY JUNE 23|
|8.30-20.00||Event Village opening time|
|08:30-12:00 / 14:00-18:00||Registration, license check and collecting number plate|
|18.30-19.00||Riders Briefing Stage, Piazza Marconi|
|19.00||Beer & Hot Dogs with Endura|
|SUNDAY JUNE 24|
|8.00||Start first rider|
|3.00||Pasta Party opening in streda del Piz|
|16.30||End of Race|
- Team Area
Streda del Piz, Canazei
- Bathrooms and showers
Planet Gym in streda del Piz, Canazei
- Bike Wash
Team Area, streda del Piz in collaboration con Resolwbike
- Pasta party
Streda del Piz, Canazei
- Bike Shop
Detomas shop, streda de Pareda 29 in Canazei (TN)
Northland, streda del Piz 15 in Canazei (TN)
First Medical Assistance by Croce Bianca of Canazei
Cavalese Hospital (TN), via Dossi 21, +39 0462242111
Santa Chiara Hospital Trento, largo Medaglie d’oro 9, +39 0461903111
- Chauffeur service
Taxi WOLF’S WAGEN, +39 3472931991
WHERE TO SLEEP
Hotel Croce Bianca, **** stelle, streda Roma 3, www.hotelcrocebianco.com, email@example.com
Hotel Andreas, **** stelle, streda Dolomites 30, www.andreas.it, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Astoria, **** stelle, streda Roma 95, www.hotel-astoria.net, email@example.com
Hotel Cesa Tyrol, **** stelle, streda de la Cascata 2, www.hotelcesatyrol.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Bernard, *** stelle, streda Roma 25, www.hotelbernard.com, email@example.com
Hotel Diana, *** stelle, streda del Ciuch 6, www.hoteldiana.tn.it, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Pareda, *** stelle, streda de Pareda 55, www.hotelpareda.it, email@example.com
Hotel Alla Rosa, *** stelle, streda del Faure 18, www.hotelallarosa.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Chalet Pineta, *** stelle, streda del Ciuch 74, www.chaletpineta.com, email@example.com
Garni La Zondra, *** stelle, streda de Ciampac 25, www.lazondra.it, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Soreghina, *** stelle, streda Roma 19, www.soreghina.it, email@example.com
Hotel Italia, *** stelle, streda Dolomites 120, www.hotelitalia.eu, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Cristallo, *** stelle, streda Dolomites 40, www.hotelcristallo.net, email@example.com
Hotel El Ciasel, *** stelle, streda de Col de Pin 2, www.hotelelciasel.it, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Irma, *** stelle, streda F. Dantone 51, www.albergoirma.it, email@example.com
Albergo Oswald, ** stelle, streda Dolomites 135, www.albergo-oswald.it, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alba di Canazei
Hotel Chalet Vites, **** stelle, streda de Costa 161, www.chaletvites.it, email@example.com
Hotel Fedaia, *** stelle, streda de Costa 111, www.hotelfedaia.it, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Alpino al Cavalletto, *** stelle, streda de Costa 103, www.alpinoalcavalletto.it, email@example.com
Hotel Aurora, *** stelle, streda de Costa 240, www.hotelauroracanazei.it, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Alba, *** stelle, streda de Costa 99, www.hotelalba.eu, email@example.com
Hotel Alpe, *** stelle, streda de Costa 252, www.hotelalpe.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Sass Leng, ** stelle, streda de Costa 230, www.hotelsassleng.com, email@example.com
HOW TO GET THERE
- Piazza Marconi, Canazei
Main access points to Val di Fassa
A22 Brennero motorway
– Ora/Egna exit, S.S. 48 delle Dolomiti – Passo San Lugano – Val di Fiemme – Val di Fassa (distance 45 km). At the roundabout in Moena, follow the direction of Canazei upwards
– Bolzano Nord exit, S.S. 241 Grande Strada delle Dolomiti – Passo Costalunga – Val di Fassa (distance 40 km). From Vigo, follow the direction of Canazei upwards or the direction of Soraga and Moena downwards
Other access routes to Val di Fassa
– from the A27 (Venezia motorway), Belluno/Ponte nelle Alpi exit, then take the S.S. 203 to Agordo and the S.P. 346 to Passo San Pellegrino – Moena (Val di Fassa). At the roundabout in Moena, follow the direction of Canazei upwards
– from the A27 (Venezia motorway), Belluno/Ponte nelle Alpi exit, then take the S.S. 203 to Agordo/Alleghe/Rocca Pietore first and the S.P. 641 to Passo Fedaia – Canazei;
– coming from Arabba, take the S.S. 48 Passo Pordoi – Canazei;
– coming from Val Gardena, take the S.S. 242 Passo Sella – Canazei.
Pay attention: the centre of Moena is forbidden to vehicles. To avoid fines due to traffic offences, please download and read the traffic regulations “Living Moena” in PDF format.
The closest railway stations are: Trento, Bolzano and Ora. From the train stations daily bus connections to Val di Fassa are provided, managed by the service companies Trentino Trasporti (Trento) and SAD (Bolzano and Ora). Bus tickets can be bought directly on the bus.
Trento central train station
The ticket office is open every day from 6.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. The local bus network, managed by the bus company Trentino Trasporti, provides a low-cost connection between the train station of Trento and the resorts in Val di Fassa. The bus departure area is about 50 meters from the railway station. Phone +39 0461 231189
Bolzano central train station
The ticket office is open every day from 6.00 a.m. to 8.50 p.m. The local bus network, managed by the bus company SAD, provides a low-cost connection between the train station of Bolzano and the resorts in Val di Fassa. The bus departure area is about 100 meters from the railway station. Phone +39 0471 974292
Ora train station
The ticket office is open from Monday to Friday from 6.30 a.m. to 10.20 a.m. and from 1.20 p.m. to 4.20 p.m. The local bus network, managed by the bus company SAD, provides a low-cost connection between the train station of Ora and the resorts in Val di Fassa. The bus departure area is opposite the railway station. Phone +39 0471 810181
From the train stations you can rent a car or catch a taxi or a bus to Val di Fassa. For further information about these different transport options, please contact our associated taxi companies and car hire companies, partners of the Val di Fassa Tourist Board, which operate with a regular licence.
Trenitalia web site provides detailed information about rail services in Italy and in the provinces of Trento/Bolzano, covering routes, timetables and fares. Info and booking: Travel Agency Viaggi e Vacanze Totali (Strada de la Comunità de Fiem, Moena – Phone +39 0462 573399).
The closest airports to Val di Fassa are:
- Bolzano airport – km 40
- Verona Valerio Catullo airport – km 180
- Venice Marco Polo airport – km 175
- Treviso Antonio Canova airport – km 160
- Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa airport – km 350
- Bergamo Orio al Serio airport – km 280
- Innsbruck airport (Austria) – km 190
- Monaco di Baviera airport (Germany) – km 320
From the airports you can rent a car or catch a taxi or a bus to Val di Fassa. For further information about these different transport options, please contact our associated taxi companies and car hire companies, partners of the Val di Fassa Tourist Board, which operate with a regular licence.
See also: Fly Ski Shuttle, transfer service from the airports in Venice, Treviso, Bergamo, Milan Linate and Verona.
See also: Dolomites Airport Shuttle, daily transfer service from the airports in Verona, Bergamo and Milan Malpensa.
Info and booking: Travel Agency Viaggi e Vacanze Totali (Strada de la Comunità de Fiem, Moena – Phone +39 0462 573399); Travel Agency Doltour (Piaz Veie, Campitello di Fassa – Phone +39 0462 750555).