We have cour­se mar­shals whe­re the cour­se cros­ses gra­vel roads. Their task is to keep other peop­le out of the cour­se and to con­tact the first aid per­son­nel in case a rider needs help and treat­ment in the cour­se. Riders are respon­s­ib­le for fin­ding the way on their own and to know how many rounds they have cycled and how many rounds they have left. Study the cour­se maps and use the tra­i­ning times well. 

Are­na map

Here you can see the start of the cour­se, the route through the are­na for the laps, and the finish, as well as the loca­tion of the most impor­tant points of the are­na. 

Key to the map: 1. Unloa­ding zone, 2: Team tents, 3: Secre­ta­riat, team mana­gers’ meeting, two toi­l­ets, and anti-doping sta­tion, 4: Timing chip check­point, 5: Two toi­l­ets, 6: To areas for warm up, 7: Start field, 8: Start,  
9: Finish, 10: Kiosk, 11: Awards podi­um, 12: Showers/one toi­l­et, 13: First aid sta­tion, 14: Bicy­cle wash,  15: Café tent, 16: Entry for ambu­lance