Jedermann Tour – a race for everyone

The roads belong to you at the finale of the Deutschland Tour. For the first time, the state capital of Thuringia will host the start and finish of a Jedermann race. Before the pros finish the fourth stage in and around Erfurt on Sunday, September 1st, the Deutschland Tour’s Jedermann Tour, a race for everyone, will take place.

Big fun for amateur cyclists

Die Jedermann Tour 2019 in Erfurt

The last day of the Deutschland Tour also featured the amateur cyclists. 2,400 participants of the Jedermann Tour enjoyed racing conditions like the pros on two different courses that were completely blocked from traffic. Among them, the current Miss Germany Nadine Berneis and the multiple Biathlon world champion Erik Lesser. They could choose between a shorter race (52 kilometer, about 500 climbing meters) or a longer version (105 kilometers, about 1200 climbing meters). The longer course is aimed at ambitious hobby cyclists, and the shorter course is welcoming to beginners and can even be ridden on tandem bikes or totally without time measurement. Both courses started from the Domplatz in the center of Erfurt and ended at the same finish like the eite race. All participants received a exclusive Jedermann Tour Erfurt jersey from the official outfitter Santini.

Impressions of the Jedermann Tour 2019

A gallery of the best shots:

High quality jersey and closed roads - just like the pros!

The official Jedermann jersey by Santini: included in the registration

The Jedermann Tour is organised as a professional cycling festival. All roads will be closed from traffic and the official outfitter of the Deutschland Tour Santini Cycling Wear provides every participant with the official high quality Jedermann Tour jersey.