FAQ - Jedermann Tour

Here you will find the most frequently asked questions and answers about the Jedermann Tour on August 28th in Stuttgart and the Stuttgart region.

If you have further questions about the Jedermann Tour, please contact our participant management:

Phone: +49 7434-315191
Mail: jedermann(at)deutschland-tour.com

Before the race

How can I reach the participant hotline?

The participant hotline can be reached by phone +49 7434-315191 or by e-mail at jedermann(at)deutschland-tour.com.

Are there any regulations regarding the Pandemic for the Jedermann Tour 2022?

The current regulations of the state of Baden-Württemberg apply. As of today, we do not assume a 2G/3G detection requirement. However, we ask you to continue to observe the minimum distance and to wear a mask in areas where this is not possible (e.g. in the starting block or in the after-race area). Subject to changes!


Where are the start and finish of the Jedermann Tour?

The start will be at the Stuttgart Schlossplatz, the finish is in the immediate vicinity on the Theodor-Heuss-Straße.

Where can I park with my camper van?

It is not possible to park your motorhome directly at the start in Stuttgart. Please book a place at an official campground.

Where can I park in Stuttgart?

Since the start and finish are in the middle of Stuttgart's city center, we recommend arriving by public transport. Parking garages (with costs) are available around the Schlossplatz / Stuttgart main station. Please note that there may be traffic restrictions due to the professional race until late afternoon.

Which train station is the closest?

Stuttgart main station, from there it is only about 800m, both to the start area on the Schlossplatz, as well as to the finish area on the Theodor-Heuss-Straße.


I have problems with the registration platform timeto, who can help me?

We have created a guide to timeto for you. Answers to questions about the registration platform can be found in this document.

How can I change my registration data?

Corrections of the data mentioned in the registration (no change of name) are possible until 16.08.2022 in the registration portal "timeto" via the login independently and free of charge (www.timeto.com).

Can I transfer my starting place?

Until 16.08.2022 a transfer of the starting place is uncomplicatedly possible via the registration platform timeto. Log in to your existing account and choose "Transfer Registration", then you have to enter the email address of the person you want to transfer and send the transfer. Shortly, this person will receive a notification that the starting place has been transferred to them. As soon as the person confirms this by clicking on the link in the e-mail received, they can register for the current rate. You yourself will get your paid amount minus 10€ handling fee back to your account. Substitute participants which are not re-registered will be disqualified.

After 16.08. a re-registration is only possible on the event area on 27.08. and 28.08. during the starting documents distribution against a re-registration fee of 10,- € (cash). Please bring a signed power of attorney and a copy of the identity card of the person to be re-registered. The two persons involved in the re-registration will agree on the handling of the already paid entry fee between themselves.

How do I re-register correctly?

The late registration form must be filled out completely and legibly and signed at the start document distribution on 27.08. and 28.08. (only as long as sufficient starting places are available!). Payment is only possible in cash. Please have your identity card ready. In addition, an ONLINE LATE REGISTRATION is possible between 17.08. and 22.08.

Can I change my starting place to the Jedermann Tour 2022?

A rebooking is not possible. Until August 16, 2022 you have the possibility to change your booking to another participant for a fee of 10€.

Which bikes are allowed?

No matter if road bike, mountain bike, trekking bike or city bike, all types of bikes are welcome on the Jedermann Tour! Please note, however, the specified minimum speeds. Pedelecs (e-bikes) are only allowed at the Jedermann Tour Ride (without timing). Participation by tandem is also possible, please note that you register for this in the specially designated registration categories. Cargo bikes are not allowed for safety reasons.

Can I participate in the Jedermann Tour with a pedelec (e-bike)?

Participation with a pedelec is only allowed in the Jedermann Tour Ride (without timing), as long as the motor support is limited to a maximum of 25 km/h. S-Pedelecs are not allowed.

How will the starting blocks be divided?

The classification of the starting blocks is based on the average speed and the previous participations in the Jedermann Tour. Participants taking part in a cycling event for the first time who declare an expected average speed of faster than 35 km/h may have to submit a verifiable result. Registration must be received by August 16, 2022 to be eligible for the front starting blocks. Those who register after August 16 will not be entitled to a front starting block and, depending on capacity, may be placed in one of the rear starting blocks regardless of the average speed indicated.

Which starting blocks are there?

Start group 1: Highest speeds Weinbergrunde 57km

Start group 2: Medium speeds + partners, guests and sponsors of the Deutschland Tour Weinbergrunde 57km

Start group 3: Lower speeds Weinbergrunde 57km

Start group 4: Highest speeds Through the Stuttgart Region 117km

Start group 5: Medium Speeds + Partners, guests and sponsors of the Deutschland Tour Through the Stuttgart Region 117km

Start group 6: Medium speeds Through the Stuttgart Region 117km

Start group 7 : Lower speeds Through the Stuttgart Region 117km

Starting document collection

How do I collect my starting documents correctly?

Please bring your registration confirmation and your ID card with you to pick up your race documents and also have your race number ready (this will be sent by e-mail in the days before the event). The handing out of the starting documents and the Pasta Party will take place on 27.08. from 14:00 to 20:00 at the event area in Stuttgart (Schlossplatz). It is also possible to pick up the starting documents on the morning of August 28th between 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. (Attention! Allow enough time in the morning before the start!).

Can I pick up my starting documents before 27.08.?

No, this is not possible.

Can someone else pick up my starting documents?

The person picking up your race documents must bring your registration confirmation (including knowledge of your race number), a signed authorization to pick up your race documents, and a copy of the participant's ID card to the start document collection.

Will my starting documents be sent to me?

No. The handing out of the starting documents and the Pasta Party will take place on August 27th from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the event area in Stuttgart (Schlossplatz). It is also possible to pick up your starting documents on the morning of August 28th between 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. (Attention! Allow enough time in the morning before the start!).

Pasta Party

The Pasta Party will take place on August 27th from 14:00 to 20:00 at the event area in Stuttgart (Schlossplatz). Don't miss out on delicious food, a relaxed pre-race atmosphere and the expo in close proximity to the start document collection. All those who have booked the Pasta Party online will receive a voucher on their race number. All those who want to take part in the Pasta Party spontaneously have the possibility to pick up their portion of pasta on site (with costs).

Where do I get my participant bag?

Before the race at the starting documents distribution.


When do I get my jersey?

The Jedermann Tour jersey of our partner Santini, which is included in the registration, will be handed out at the starting documents collection.

Can I exchange my jersey?

In case of an exchange, please contact the info tent at the Expo Tour directly after the race or the participant hotline in the week after the event. To ensure that all participants receive the size they ordered, exchanges are not possible before the race. Exchanges after the race are only possible while supplies last.

On the event day

Shortly before the start

Where is the information booth of the organizer?

The booth is located in the open area at the Expo.

Can I join my friends/colleagues in the starting block?

Only if they are in a slower starting block, further back. Standing in a starting block further forward will result in disqualification.

How do I find my starting block?

The individual starting blocks are signposted on site. They are located around the Schlossplatz.

Can I drop off my luggage before the start?

There will be no bag drop-off this year.

Are there toilets at the start?

There are portable toilets at several locations in the starting area and at the starting blocks.

In the race

How does the start of the race work?

The first starting signal of the day will be given at 09:15 for the starters of the Weinbergrunde. After that, the individual starting blocks of the short distance will roll off one after the other. After the short distance, the start of the long distance through the Stuttgart region will take place after a short break at 09:35. Here, too, the different blocks will start one after the other, so that the last starting blocks of the long round will have crossed the starting line at 09:45. Please understand that individual starting blocks can be stopped under the starting arch by the organizer.


ATTENTION: Both courses are neutralized on the first approx. 1,5km up to the Willy-Brandt-Straße, i.e. the time measurement, which is relevant for the classification, starts only after the ascent to the Willy-Brandt-Straße.


What do neutralized and sharp start mean?

The neutralized start describes the starting point of the courses, here all cyclists have to start and roll off together, the neutralized start is located at the Schlossplatz in Stuttgart. The sharp start again describes the point on the course where the race begins. The sharp start is located after about 1.5km on Willy-Brandt-Strasse. Up to this point the race is neutralized, which means that the lead car sets the speed and you are encouraged to drive comfortably due to the dense field and the sometimes tight turns.

Which tracks are there?

This year there will be two routes of the Jedermann Tour again. The "Weinbergrunde" with 57km and 550 meters of altitude, as well as "Durch die Region Stuttgart" with 116km and 1.050 meters of altitude. In addition, the Jedermann Tour Ride offers recreational cyclists the unique opportunity to start in a separate starting block without timekeeping of the Weinbergrunde. A selection of the route is necessary within the registration!

Can I change between distances during the race?

No! It is not possible to change distances during the race.

Are there feeding stations on the course?

On the long course through the Stuttgart region there is a feeding station in Ebersbach an der Fils, approximately at kilometer 52. Here you have the possibility to fill your bottles and get some food. There are no feeding stations on the Weinbergrunde, so please plan enough food and drinks for the 57km.

What do I do with my trash (gels, banana peels, ...) during the race?

As in normal traffic, you are obliged to dispose of your garbage properly in the trash cans provided for this purpose. These bins can be found at the feeding station or in the start and finish area. If you throw away your garbage on the course during the race you will be disqualified.

What do I do in case of a crash?

Please help your fellow riders in case of a crash and warn other participants. As in normal road traffic, please call 112 in case of an emergency. In this context, please also give the start number of the fallen participant so that they can be identified without any doubt.

Are there broom wagons?

There are broom wagons that collect participants who do not keep to the minimum speed. The minimum speed describes the average speed, which means that it is adapted to the course profile and slower speeds uphill and faster speeds downhill are taken into account.


Minimum speeds:

Through the Stuttgart Region approx. 25 km/h

Weinbergrunde approx. 23 km/h

Where can I find technical support on the race track?

Our partner Shimano will provide roadside assistance at the aid station on the long route Through the Stuttgart Region, at about kilometer 52 in Ebersbach an der Fils. In addition, we have equipped our support bikes with tubes and air pumps to be able to support at short notice. Nevertheless we ask you to have the most important material for a repair (spare tube, tire levers, mini pump) with you.

Do I have to wear a helmet?

Participants of the Jedermann Tour are obliged to wear a bicycle helmet with a closed chin strap. Participants without a helmet will be disqualified.

After the race

Is there an after-race area?

You will be directed to the after-race area on Theodor-Heuss-Straße after the finish. There will be snacks and drinks for all participants.

Are there showers on site?

Unfortunately, there are no showers available this year.

Where is first aid located?

The paramedics are located on the right side directly behind the finish on the Theodor-Heuss-Straße.

Where is the transponder drop-off?

These are disposable transponders that do not have to be returned.

Where can I get photos of myself from the race?

You can find your photos after the race on www.getpica.com or via the result list directly behind your name.

Where can I file an objection or complaint?

By mail to: jedermann(at)deutschland-tour.com

Where are lost and found items handed in?

Lost and found items will be handed in at the info tent.



Results, rankings, honors

Where can I find the result lists?

You can find the results after the race at


Where can I find my certificate?

All participants can access their certificates online via the results list and print them out themselves.

Who will be honored at the award ceremony?

At the award ceremony the top 3 male/female finishers, the age group winners as well as the best male and female teams on all 3 distances will be honored. Honors and possible prizes will only take place during the award ceremony on site, there is no right to receive prizes later.

How does the team classification work?

The team classification is based solely on the teams formed during the registration process, regardless of club or company affiliation. The classification for each course is done by adding up the total number of 4 participants of a team in the order in which they crossed the finish line. The best 4 participants of each team will be classified as the first placed team, the 5-8 placed as the second placed team, etc.

When will the award ceremony take place?

The award ceremony will take place after the individual races on the stage of the Expo Tour. The winners of the Weinbergrunde will be honored from 13:30, while the award ceremony for the long distance through the Stuttgart region will take place from 14:00.


If you have any further questions about the Jedermann Tour, please contact our participant management:


Tel. +49 7434-315191