BTG Newsletter 2019 #5

Dear BTG-riders, in our today’s newsletter we want to inform you about the procedures regarding tracking: Since the last edition www.followmychallenge.com from the Netherlands is our tracking partner. They support your SPOT device if you own one and also offer an affordable solution for rental devices. These rental devices do Read more…

BTG Newsletter 2019 #4

Dear BTG participants & followers, here is the fourth newsletter of BTG 2019. It covers some “terms and conditions” of our event to make sure that everybody knows what he gets when registering for the BTG. We will also give you some information about legal considerations of Bikepacking in Germany. Read more…

BTG2018 Day 8

It’s 21:58 and time for the daily wrap-up… But so much happened today and I already posted a lot. I will leave it up to Fabian to round up the weekend tomorrow., ok? Except for two things: There is one more finish in the make later today and I can’t Read more…

BTG2018 day 5

Dear friends of the BTG: A bit earlier than Fabian used to do in the last days: Here is the daily wrap for day 5 of the BTG: The most popular question of the day is: How much will Christian and Ben cut off the current record? Tedde of Follow Read more…

BTG2018 Photos of Day 5

CP photos of the day! We did a bit of housekeeping today and found that everybody should be through CP1 except Clas who experienced some mechanical problems on day one and is now back on track. He DQed himself for taking outside assistance but we will look into this later Read more…

BTG2017 Day 21

A few minutes ago our two last riders finished the race: Jaap Knegt from the Netherlands and Klaus ‘Rheinfall’ Meyer from Germany reached the lighthouse at 3:39pm which makes up for a finish time of 20 days, 7 hours and 39 minutes. Aged 67 and 68 they rode most of Read more…