Before you start your ride from where you live, chose which event you are planning on riding. The distance is to be the same as the Bike Week’s regular event. The races you can choose from are My Tjejvättern 100 km, My Vätternrundan 100 km, and My Halvvättern 150 km.
Pump your tires, fill your bottles and cycle off! There is no maximum time limit or cut-off time that you need to take into account, but you do need to finish the ride in one session. Unlike the previous year, you cannot split your rides over several days. To register the rides, use the app Guided Heroes. More information on how to register can be found further down on this page.
When you have reached your goal and registered your ride, you will receive a digital diploma on My Pages and and the medal you will recive during your race in Motala June 8th.
Good to know: By June 7th we will upload all the results online. A few days later you will have the opportunity to print your diploma from My Pages.
For registered participants of the Vätternrundan home alternatives, this can be found on My Pages from May 27th. The start card contains information about your race/s including your start number.
• My Tjejvättern, 400 SEK (15 years and older), 200 SEK (12-14 years)
• My Vätternrundan 100 km, 400 SEK (15 years and older), 200 SEK (12-14 years)
• My Halvvättern, 450 SEK (15 years and older)
On Vätternrundan’s My Pages.
No, you cannot stop your time. It will continue to count just as it would do when you make a ”depot stop” during the regular event.
The medal is collected on-site in Motala when you complete one of your races on June 8th. Therefore, NO medals are sent by mail.
No. These races are for those who participate in multiple events taking place on the same day (June 8th). Therefore, you cannot have a home variant unless you are registered for multiple races on June 8th. Medals for the home races are collected on-site in Motala.
Yes, but on the diploma, there will be no total time indicated, and the race names will begin with the text ‘My’ – My Tjejvättern 100 km, My Halvvättern 150 km, etc.
No, in order to register for a Superklassiker, you need to complete the race in person during the Bike week.