NO, since we’ll skate a round trip each day we don’t have pick up or following bus. if you are not able to skate anymore during the day you can use public transport to return to the accommodation.
it might be a good idea to download the following app on your smartphone (don’t forget it needs online Data!):
YES, whether you have chosen for dormitory or camp site/camping in both cases you need to bring your own:
- bed cover
- pillow and pillow cover
(for pillow you might also grab some clothes together and put that in a pillow cover)
- sleeping bag
NO, we’ll each day from the same location.
the only things that you have to bring with you each day will be hip bag with drinking bottle, some sport bars if needed and a rain jacket if neccessary.
we’ll provide each day (except Sunday) two waterpauzes where we serve water, grenadine and some snacks.
at the moment of writing SkateFresh 2019 is fully booked.
in week 47 we’ve informed the registrated persons concerning status. you have received either an invoice payable, or you are informed that we had to put your registration on the waiting list.
if you haven’t received any mail, you might check your spam-folder or send us a message for an update via firstname.lastname@example.org
NO! unfortunately, but this tour is meant for inline-skaters only
participants must have reached the minimum age of 18 years
we can’t refund any participation fees, but you may search for a substitute.
please contact us to see if we can help you.
every day we will also cook a vegetarian meal.
please inform the organisation if you wish to join the vegetarian dinner table.
if you follow a special diet such as glutenfree, vegan, … please send a mail to email@example.com, so we can see what we can do for you.
we will continue skating on all wheater conditions as long it’s safe enough.
Important will be that all skaters are used to skate in the so called ‘trains’.
This will allow you to spare energy and will be more fun for the Group instead of skating alone…..
also: it’s more safe for all members of your group as well…..
wearing a helmet is obligated while skating during this event.
the level of skaters normally will be wide. some are faster, some are a bit slower. skaters will be divided in smaller groups (approx 8-12 persons each) with different speed levels.
during breaks (or the next day) you will have the chance to switch to a slower/faster group as well.
but talking about speed: in other not to have discrepancies with the time schedule the general average speed range is set to be minimum 20kmh.