The routes of the Jedermann Tour 2022 are fixed. On August 28, 3,000 amateur cyclists will ride through Stuttgart and the Stuttgart region. For their summer Sunday experience on a road bike, they can choose from two attractive tours.
... between the shorter "Weinbergrunde" (57 kilometers) or the longer tour "Durch die Region Stuttgart" (116 kilometers). While the longer section is aimed at ambitious hobby cyclists, the shorter route is also open to beginners and can even be ridden with tandems or without any timing at all. For both distances of the Jedermann Tour, the start will be at Schlossplatz in Stuttgart city center.
The "Weinbergrunde" takes you from Stuttgart-Obertürkheim slightly uphill into the vineyards to the Rotenberg. The grave chapel on the Württemberg is passed - a view of Stuttgart worth seeing. From the high point of the loop, the descent leads to Fellbach and a turnoff over undulating terrain to Kernen im Remstal already heralds the finale. It goes towards the Neckar, which is crossed in Remseck am Neckar. The finale in downtown Stuttgart beckons on the roads that the pros will also be riding shortly thereafter. The final kilometers of the cycling experience run along Löwentorstrasse and Killesberg to the finish line on Theodor-Heuss-Strasse.
Almost 750 meters of altitude are distributed over the 57 kilometers. Thus, the "Weinbergrunde" is also suitable for every woman and every man who wants to get a taste of racing atmosphere for the first time. A double challenge awaits on the longer tour "Through the Stuttgart Region": 116 kilometers and 1,600 meters of altitude. Perfect for ambitious cyclists who are in top form at the end of August.
While the shorter tour leads from Obertürkheim into the vineyards, all participants of the longer tour continue through Esslingen on the Neckar River and cross the river on the Sirnau Bridge. From now on, it's uphill, as the hilly Alb foothills await everyone. Kirchheim unter Teck and Notzingen are passed, and half-time is reached in Ebersbach an der Fils. The ride through the Nassach valley offers time to take a deep breath before the climb to the highest point of the Everyman Tour demands a lot. It goes on almost 500 meters height on the Schurwald to Schorndorf-Schlichten. After this highlight, the legs can rest until the meeting point of all routes in the Rems Valley. Then it's time to put everything on the pedals until the finish on Theodor-Heuss-Strasse.