Salzburg to Vienna Cycle 2019

Salzburg to Vienna Cycle 2019

06 Aug 2019 09:00 - 11 Aug 2019 20:00
Address
Austria
Contact

Email: emma.benstead@each.org.uk

Name: Emma Benstead

Phone: 01953 666767

Cycle approximately 270 miles on this truly wonderful, and most picturesque cycling adventure from charming Salzburg to elegant Vienna. Ride along the lakes and rivers of Salzach and Inn to Passau on the German/Austrian border before joining the mighty Danube to journey south past medieval towns, ancient vineyards, abbeys and romantic castles to the Austrian capital.

What’s Included?
• Transportation service for bikes from UK to Salzburg for the start of the ride and from Vienna back to the UK at the end of the event. Participants are responsible for their own travel to Salzburg for the start of the event and from Vienna at the end of the Event.
• Accommodation and transportation of luggage, from the start of the event on 6th Aug to 10th August.
• 3 meals per day and 2 water stops for each day of riding, from breakfast on 7th Aug until breakfast on 11th Aug.
• Full trip support including mechanics, first aid, drivers and full route support.
• Water stops.
• Crew members for the duration of the ride both cycling with participants and in vehicles. This event is rider led by Chapeau Crew.

Option A - Minimum Sponsorship (Learn More)
- Registration Fee £120 
- Suggested Sponsorship £1,730 

 Option B - Self-funding

- Registration Fee £120 
- Self-funding £865 and raise as much sponsorship as you can!

All you need to know - Salzburg to Vienna

To register for this amazing adventure please ​click here!
 

Run by Chapeau Events Ltd.

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