ORGANIZER: SSD Pedale Feltrino

DATE: June 21, 2020


START GRID OPENS: 5:30 a.m. in Via Campogiorgio in Feltre

START TIME: 7:00 a.m.

ROUTES: 2 (Gran Fondo, 207.1 km with 4,900 m total elevation gain, and Medio, 100.1 km with 2.600 m elevation gain)

GRAN FONDO ROUTE, 207.1 km (4.900m D+): Feltre – Fonzaso – Arsié – Col Perer – Cima Campo – Castel Tesino – Pieve Tesino – Bieno – Strigno – Scurelle – Carzano – Telve – Passo Manghen – Castello di Molina di Fiemme – Tesero – Ziano di Fiemme – Predazzo – Bellamonte – Passo Rolle – San Martino di Castrozza – Fiera di Primiero – Imer – Ponte Oltra – Sovramonte – Passo Croce d’Aune – Pedavena – Foen – Feltre

MEDIO FONDO ROUTE, 100,1 km (2.600m D+): Feltre – Fonzaso – Arsié – Col Perer – Cima Campo – Castel Tesino – Roa- muro di Ronche-Rugna - Lamon - Ponte Oltra – Sovramonte – Passo Croce d’Aune – Pedavena – Foen – Feltre

Event participation is open to amateur cyclists with a medical certification of fitness for competitive CYCLING (not athletics or triathlon). Open to anyone with a license issued by the FCI or by any of the sports promotion associations that have signed an agreement with the FCI for 2020, and to anyone presenting a Bike Card together with the license from his or her own association, as specified in the convention described on the FCI site (; this pertains to 2018).

Also open to any amateur foreign cyclist holding a UCI license issued by his or her respective national cycling federation for the 2020 season and upon presentation of the ethical certification in English and certification of fitness following model E. Foreign riders without a UCI license must submit, before the start of the event, a medical certification attesting to their fitness for participation in a competitive cycling event. This certification must not have been issued more than one year prior to the date of event registration.

The event is also open to all those without a license; these riders will be issued a one-day FCI license for a fee of €15, which provides liability insurance during the event. The one-day license will be issued only upon presentation of a valid medical certification of fitness for competitive cycling (not athletics or triathlon or other sports), regardless of the route selected.

In accordance with FCI regulations, the minimum age for participating in the Medio Fondo or Gran Fondo is 19 years. For those over 64, the Medio route of 100,1 km is obligatory.

According to the new federation regulations, every rider must be in possession of a medical certification of fitness for competitive cycling.

Participation in the event is by invitation, and the organizing committee may at any time and at its sole discretion decide whether to accept or reject a rider’s participation or to exclude a rider if the committee believes that the rider’s presence would damage the image of the event.

By signing and submitting the entry form, the rider, together with the representative of his or her team, certifies that there are no sporting sanctions, civil and/or criminal proceedings, or investigations pending against him or her for facts relating to doping, and declares that he or she has not taken – and will not take – substances included on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list of prohibited substances ( False self-certification will be prosecuted according to law.

Professional, elite (men and women) and Under-23 riders are permitted to ride only in a promotional capacity and at the invitation of the organizing committee and may not participate in any way in the classification.

In the case of a positive doping control carried out at the Sportful Dolomiti Race, or a positive result returned in the six months following the race, the rider will be required to pay to the organizing committee, as compensation for the severe damage caused to the image of the event, the sum of €25,000.00 (fifty thousand euros). If the rider belongs to a sports club, the club will be jointly and severally liable for payment of the penalty. The amount will be donated to support youth sports development.



  • entry: € 55,00 with a UCI license card
  • If I need a one-day license FCI: €70.00 (€15 one-day card)

(first 500 to register ONLINE with a credit card receive a place in the first start group behind the Ranking group)

  • Entry: € 65,00 with a UCI license card

Directly at the ice rink (if the event is not sold out) on June 19 and 20, 2020:

  • Entry: € 75,00 with a UCI license card

13 - 14 and 15 September SPECIAL PRICE € 45 reserved for the Sportful Dolomiti Race stand at the Rimini fair.
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  • Personal race number
  • Giveaway (a top-of-the-line Sportful cycling jersey)
  • Mechanical assistance (excluding the cost of parts)
  • Medical assistance along the route
  • Feed zones
  • Broom wagon service
  • Secure bike parking
  • Hydration at the finish
  • Pasta party at the ice rink
  • Sports and shiatsu massage at the ice rink
  • Changing rooms, showers and restrooms at the ice rink


The classification will be published in printed form and on the event website,, where you can print a personal certificate.



  1. Submit the REGISTRATION FORM published on the registration page of via EMAIL to or FAX to +39 0439 300600, attaching a copy of the proof of payment of the registration fee by bank transfer toBanca di Credito Cooperativo delle Prealpi, via Montelungo, 32032 Feltre (BL), Italy
    IBAN IT39 Z089 0461 1100 2600 0000 140
    Payable to: SSD Pedale Feltrino
    Reason: SDR 2019 REGISTRATIONor
  2. Register ONLINE VIA CREDIT CARD at on the online registration page that directs to the Endu site.


For TEAM OR CLUB registration, a list of the participating riders, with all the requested data for each individual, should be sent on club letterhead and signed by the president of the club, along with a copy of proof of payment of the registration fee, paid as a single deposit of the total amount due to the bank account indicated above.




Feltre ice rink

Friday, June 19, 2020, from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 20, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

For GROUPS of more than 15 participants, race packets must be picked up at the group pickup table; the list must be sent to the administrative office at by June 17, 2020.

Race packets that are not picked up will not be sent to the riders’ homes.


In the event that a rider does not participate in the event, the registration fee will not be reimbursed. If a rider is unable to participate, he or she MUST communicate this by fax or email before midnight on June 15, 2020, so the fee can be applied to the 2021 event. A registration held over to the next year is valid for that individual only and is nontransferable; it is valid only for the year following the cancellation.


Those who did not participate in the 2019 event and notified the organizers within the required time frame and as specified in the rules are considered “withdrawals.” These riders must reactivate their registration by submitting a fully completed and signed “2019 withdrawals” form to the administrative office via email or fax by no later than March 31, 2020. After this date the registration can no longer be reactivated.


Rider substitutions are allowed only through June 3, 2019, and for this procedure an administrative fee of €5.00 will be charged. The rider substitution form can be downloaded from the registration page of the event website.


STARTING GRID (see the diagram on the event website):

  • 1–100: VIPs and M/F winners of 2019 GF/MF

Right-hand side (Via Roma):

  • 2301–2400: PEDALE FELTRINO
  • 2401–2600: SPORTFUL + APT Primiero hotel package (first 100 to purchase a 2-night minimum package)
  • 2601–3400: PRESTIGIO 2019 + MAGLIA NERA 2020 participant

Left-hand side (Via Campogiorgio):

  • 101–400: FIRST 100 RANKING + under 7h50′ GF 2019 and under 5h00′ MF 2019 + first 10 women GF/MF 2019
  • 401–900: first 500 to register online after Oct. 1, 2019
  • 901–1500: APT Primiero hotel package - Tour operator
  • 1501–2300: 2019 withdrawals + Italian Bike Festival
  • 3401–3900: based on registration date
  • 3901–4400: based on registration date
  • 4401 - 5500 and above: based on registration date


The organizers will immediately DISQUALIFY anyone caught moving up in the grid or found in a group to which his or her number does not belong, unless authorized by the organization, or anyone using the race number of another rider without having communicated the substitution as specified in the rules.


A top-of-the-line Sportful Dolomiti Race cycling jersey, designed by Sportful, which will be unveiled on the site as soon as the graphics have been finalized.



  • During the course of the event, riders may freely choose the route best suited to their abilities as long as they respect the checkpoints along the routes, at risk of disqualification from the final classification.
  • The Sportful Dolomiti Race is a competitive cyclosportive event, and therefore it is absolutely obligatory that riders respect the rules of the road.
  • Riders passed by the “FINE GARA CICLISTICA” (“END OF BIKE RACE”) vehicle continue in the event as touring cyclists, retaining their race numbers and respecting the rules of the road.
  • The race number must be visible on the handlebars and not rolled around the frame; the other number provided by the race organizers is to be pinned to the back of the jersey. These numbers may not be modified in any way.
  • A standards-compliant hard-shell helmet must be worn, buckled, for the duration of the event.
  • To protect the environment, it is absolutely forbidden to throw trash of any kind along the road; all waste must be placed only in the containers located near the feed zones and at the finish, as designated by the “ECOZONE” signs. If race organization personnel or officials see a rider disregarding this rule, he or she will be disqualified.


CHECKPOINTS: Start, along the route, finish

The official timer is MySDAM, which uses chip-based technology. Every rider must have a valid personal chip or a one-day rental chip, which can be rented (or purchased) directly at the ice rink after having picked up the race packet. Information about and terms of use for the chips are available on the MySDAM site at  Nonuse or incorrect use of the chip will result in the rider’s exclusion from the classification, with no time assigned.

MAXIMUM TIME12 hours and 30 minutes (i.e., finish by 7:30 p.m.)

TIME LIMITS AT CUTOFF CHECKPOINTS: Castel Tesino: 10:00 a.m.; Predazzo: 2:30 p.m.

Award presentations will begin at 12:00 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to the following:

  • first 10 teams/clubs
  • first 5 Gran Fondo route finishers
  • first 5 Medio route finishers
  • first 3 women Gran Fondo route finishers
  • first 3 women Medio route finishers
  • first 3 finishers in the male categories Elite/Sport 19–29, Master 1 30–34, Master 2 35–39, Master 3 40–44, Master 4 45–49, Master 5 50–54, Master 6 55–59, Master 7 60–64 and Master 8 64+ (Master 8 riders may only ride the Medio route)
  • first 3 finishers in the female categories Sport Elite Women 19–29, Master Women 1 30–39 and Master Women 2 40+ for both the Gran Fondo and Medio routes
  • black jersey to the last-placed finisher

Any other prizes will be communicated at the start.

Prizes that are not collected will not be sent to the riders’ homes.


TEAM CLASSIFICATIONThe team classification will be based on the number of registered members who start.


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE11 ambulances, 20 cars and 8 motorcycles following the race; 80 doctors and paramedics

MECHANICAL ASSISTANCECars and motorcycles following the race, and various assistance points along the two routes

Private follow vehicles are forbidden, at risk of disqualification of the riders assisted. Any vehicles identified as following the race and not authorized by the organizers to be between the “begin bike race” and “end bike race” vehicles will be photographed and reported to the competent authorities.


RADIO ASSISTANCEAlong the two routes and at the finish

GRAN FONDO ROUTE FEED ZONESPieve Tesino, Calamento, Passo Manghen, Bellamonte, Passo Rolle, Sorriva, finish

MEDIO ROUTE FEED ZONES: Castel Tesino, Lamon, Sorriva, finish

If the event does not take place due to any cause beyond the control of the organizers, the registration fee will not be refunded.


Riders participating in the event must have with them at the start at least the following equipment:

  • tools for changing a tire or tubular, a spare tube (or tubular)
  • a pump (or CO2 cartridge) for inflating tires
  • a water bottle


In addition, all riders must wear a standards-compliant hard-shell helmet and must keep their race numbers attached and visible, both on the bike frame and the back of the jersey.


ADDITIONAL SERVICES: Sports and shiatsu massages

SHOWERS: At the Feltre ice rink

Broom wagon service will be available at the back of the group for riders who withdraw from the event. The riders’ bicycles will be deposited in the secure bike parking area as the vehicles return from the route. The vehicles carrying the bikes will not necessarily return at the same time as the vans/buses with the riders.


Secure bike parking is available at the finish and can be accessed by presenting the race number that corresponds to the number on the bike frame. All the bikes collected by the broom wagon service will be placed here as well, as the vehicles return.


Any claims must be presented to the jury within the required time limit and accompanied by the fee specified by the FCI.


The organization accepts no responsibility for any accidents or damage to persons, animals or things taking place before, during or after the cycling event. All event participants must respect the rules of the road. For any issue not addressed by these rules, the rules of the FCI’s national amateur organization apply.



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Tel. 0439 – 303735 / Fax 0439 – 300600

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