On 13-14 August 2021, 634 competitors gathered to battle it out at the third E-Bike World Championship. An incredible 104 World Championship titles were awarded to the Novice and Elite disciplines in Ischgl.
Welcoming a large field of competitors, the world’s biggest e-bike race took place in Ischgl for the first time. The althletes contended in brilliant sunshine and took the opportunity to max their sporting prowess, meet liked-minded people and discover the latest trends on the e-biking scene. 104 World Championships titles were awarded whilst participants as young as 10 years old were able to register for their very own challenge.
The racers in the Elite category tackled a 32 km long, technically challenging route and 1,025m of climbing. The fastest finishers were:
- Daniel Klemme from Germany with 01:02:47.1 in the men’s
- Jaqueline Mariacher from Austria with 1:09:38.2 in the women’s.
The racers in the Novice category headed out on wide trails with an impressive mountain backdrop along a 24 km route and 693 m of climbing. Service-stations along the route such as E-Bike-Wash & -Charge and E-Bike-Check ensured things proceeded smoothly. Riders competed against three time limits in gold, silver and bronze catergories. Those who finished under the time limit were awarded with an official medal. The 97 gold medal winners can now also call themselves e-bike world champions.
Save-the-date: The next E-Bike-World Championships for everyone will be held on 2-3 September 2022 in Ischgl.