Ultra Distance meets KOM with ULTRA KOM. Solo riders can attempt to ride the 8848m of Mt Everest! All riders who complete at least 4424m will enter the everesting.com hall of fame. You have 24 hours to try, and sleeping is not allowed.
A full everesting is 92 laps (303km). The current record, set in 2021 by Florian Speicher, is 85 laps. Will anyone ever reach the top of this mountain? We don’t think so, but whoever is either the first to do it, or does the most laps, will be this years’ Ultra KOM champion.
Don’t think you can do it? No problem! You can start this challenge any time within the 24 hours and try and see how high you can get. Feldberg? Puig Major? Alpe d’Huez? You decide!
By Team Everesting, teams of 1-4 riders ride simultaneously to be the first to reach the 8.848 meters of Mt. Everest. This is Sudden-Death mode: it’s over when the first team summits! This should take about 4 hours. Team apparel is encouraged!
Arkenberger Crit is KOM in crit-style! This 1-hour race will be held after the finish of Team Everesting. Fast and fun, but also a good option for those who like it short and sweet.
Racers take note: This is the unofficial Berlin Mountain Cycling Championships!
All riders and spectators are welcome to a “just for fun” race to the top.
KOM Berlin this year costs 30€ for Team and Crit
60€ for Ultra (due to the length of the event and the timing fees )
U25 riders born 1998 and after ride for FREE
Go register! Click here
Food + Drink
As always, there will be good food for fair prices with options for vegans and non-alcoholics.
- The course may only be ridden clockwise. Any u-turns or counterclockwise riding is an immediate disqualification. If you drop something, dismount your bike to retrieve it.
- Each rider must wear a helmet
- Ultra KOM riders must come equipped with bike lights of good quality.
- Bring extra brake pads, you might need them!
- If you have a technical issue and need to return to the start, you must walk the entire remainder of the course in a clockwise direction.
- The approaches to peak 1 and 2 are segments with two-way traffic. The rider riding uphill has the right-of-way.
- To peak 2, the traffic direction changes – ride on the left.
- Control your speed on descents to your current level of expertise.
- Ride only on the marked course – no shortcuts.
- Treat all riders with respect and good sportsmanship, this is a fun event!
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