Every year it is again a great event for the fans of historic motorcycles – the International South Tyrolean Mountain Prize for classic motorcycles. More than 300 participants are expected again this year. Whether with or without sidecar, from around 100 years of motorcycle history are beautifully cultivated machines and their drivers up close in action to experience. The race takes place on 10th and 11th June in the South Tyrolean Rosendorf Nals in the Adige Valley.
In two races, the drivers have to cope with the course at the same time. The two runs are now one of the most traditional mountain trials in Europe. In addition to the local mediators, participants from all over Italy, England, Austria, Germany and Switzerland will be present again this year.
On Saturday, 10 June, the official opening of the event will take place at 2 pm. From 14.15 to 17.00 the first course of the different classes takes place. The five-kilometer-long mountain route from Nals to Sirmian is started in various years of construction and performance classes. The challenging and promising route offers up to 14 percent of the climb and plenty of turns. In the past, such fascinating machines as a Harley Davidson JD 1200 from 1927, a BMW R-57 from 1928 and MV Agusta, Benelli, Gilera, NSU, DKW, Triumph, Norton, Yamaha or Honda from the Past decades. Afterwards, riders and motorcycle enthusiasts meet for a Tyrolean evening at the Nals club house. Here, South Tyrolean specialties can continue to be used.
On Sunday, 11 June, the second run starts at 11 am and ends at 3 pm. The victory announcments will take place in the paddock following the race at 4:00 pm.