Here you will find the most important questions and answers about the Berlin-Munich-Berlin: from registration and arrival to the course and technical questions, to the awarding of medals and the final event.

2022: Find a detailed, day-by-day report by MuddyTweed, here in his blog.
2021: Frank Hansen hat uns seinen Bericht zur Verfügung gestellt, hier als BMB-Blogbeitrag
2020: Unsere erste Leseempfehlung: Hier berichtet Toni vom Berliner Eisenschweinkader.
You will find our routes a few weeks before the event in the collection of the BMB komoot account. You can follow our account at komoot and you will be informed automatically about changes.
Of course you do! Your health and well-being come first and if Aero-Bars are a help to you, by all means take them with you. But be careful when riding together!
The health of the participants is in the foreground when planning the processes. For example, the start is organised in such a way that a sufficient distance can be maintained.
On the evening before the start you will receive a welcome bag (38 x 46 cm), which you can fill yourself with the most important things for you. The maximum weight of the bag is 4 kg.
During the pre-meeting, as well as on the morning of the start, we will accept the packed bags and bring them to Waldershof (control no. 2/no.6). There you can receive the bag, take things out and/ or exchange them.

The One-Way riders* can take their bag drop directly in Munich. For the riders of the whole route we will take the bag-drop back to Berlin.
The station where we provide the bag drops for you is Waldershof (control no. 2). This is valid for the way there and the way back. One-way riders will receive their bag drop in Munich and can take it home with them.
All one-way riders will be able to pick up their bag again in Munich, because we will deliver your stuff directly to the finish line. We will also present you with your medal on site in Munich.

For all those who do not participate in the final event in Berlin, we have set up a shipping service. This means that we will send you both the bag you handed in at the bag drop and the medal to your home. (The shipping within Germany is already included in the entry fee).
The entire route is planned in such a way that it runs mainly along low-traffic roads and cycle paths, so that you as riders come into contact with as few cars as possible. We as the organizing team attach great importance to this. And our test rider Ben has tested the whole route in advance.

At some places, which lead through village centres, you will ride over cobblestones for a short time. The majority of the route is asphalted, but we recommend tyres of 25-28 mm for optimum riding comfort.
At the slalf places there will be sleeping mats and blankets for shorter or longer power naps.
You have to bring your own towels. We will put a bar of soap in your goodie bag.
But of course! All participants who are still looking for a room for the night before the start or the final day with the medal ceremony can save 10% on the accommodation costs through our partner – the Amstel House Berlin – with the discount code “BMB2023”.

The preliminary meeting on the day before (Wednesday) will also take place at the Amstel House. We will let you know the exact time.
No. “Storage options” that go beyond the bag drop must be organized individually or clarified with your accommodation, for example.
The joint preliminary meeting will take place on Wednesday at 17:30 at the Amstel House Berlin and the awarding of the medals will take place on Tuesday at 18:00 at the NEW ØRD3R Store.
The registration is binding, a cancellation is unfortunately not possible. After your registration we count on your participation and calculate our expenses and orders accordingly. Of course you can also pass on or sell your ticket privately. In this case we would like to ask you to inform us immediately about the contact details of the respective person.

You have a question that has not yet been answered here? Then write us an e-mail to info@berlin-munich-berlin.org.