Can I only register myself?

To be able to uniquely log into the My Tours website or the R2NSC app, we need a unique e-mail address for each participant. That means that everyone can only book the R2NSC, the RAC and the ORC once. Of course, a person can register multiple participants if he has their contact details and, in particular, their e-mail addresses. Group registrations are, however, not possible for 2018.

If the registration does not work despite of a different email-adress, please log out and later log into the R2NSC-Shop again. Alternatively, you may use another Browser.

Is a starting place transferable?

Is a starting place transferable? Unfortunately, we cannot transfer a starting place: as organisers, we have to make sure that all participants receive all the necessary information. This happens not only in writing upon receipt of the registration documents but also via additional info mails, for example, that inform the participants of the tour requirements in urban and rural districts. In the event of a transferral of a starting place to another person, this duty of information cannot be sufficiently ensured. This is why the R2NSC General Terms and Conditions contain the following sentence: “Participation is a personal right and therefore not transferable.” For this reason, we recommend taking out starting place insurance. This can be booked via Hanse-Mercur, for example. You will find detailed information here. Thank you for your understanding!

Registration documents

After the application deadline on 31/03/2018, the registration documents go directly to print and are then sent out by mail or, if necessary, delivered by PONY RIDERS. If you have NOT received your registration documents by 14/04/2018, please send an e-mail to The registration documents for each tour include an individual bike label, which shows the entry ID or the fun name and, where applicable, the name of the team. This is to be attached to the bicycle somewhere where it is clearly visible. In addition, a fabric bracelet is enclosed, which must be worn visibly especially at the Service Points.