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This year we will offer 1h and 200m record categories.
The record week-end will happen from 07.-09. July 2017. We are since mid March 2017 already full with participants. Sorry.
HPV Germany e.V. is an NGO working only with volunteers. In order to make World records possible a huge number of volunteers are necessary. We provide not only observers which will be necessary for the WHPVA documentation of reports but also hardware i.e. timing equipment and so on. Hence we appreciate your donation. Thanks a lot.
We welcome your donation:
Since 2009 the HPV Deutschland e.V. has the possibility using a test track for riding world records with HPV’s. The DEKRA e.V. is the owner of a huge test track area which is situated in the Niederlausitz next to Klettwitz, located 55 km north of Dresden and 150 km south-east of Berlin.
The 5.8 km long track offers ideal conditions for riding world records due to its layout: two curves and two straights and its flatness. The test track opened in 2000 which means that the surface is in a very good condition. Altogether, over 10 European- and World records (from 200m to 24 h) were ridden on the track till 2011.
In general riding a world record must be understood as a serious event and not as an inflationary attempt. This specifically means that only serious applications will find consideration. Wanting to use the test track and planning to ride a world record attempt means that several conditions and rules of procedures in connection to the event have to be observed and accepted.
Due to several costs (travelling and accomodation) for the observers and other helping HPV members the HPV Germany e.V. needs to charge a fee for participation.
The application process has two steps:
Only a limited number of starting slots is available. In case of too many applications, we will draw lots.
HPV Germany also supports record rides complying to other record associations. Records have been ridden complying to UMCA (Ultra Marathon Cycling Association, www.ultracycling.com) and WRRA (World Recumbent Racing Association www.recumbents.com/wrra/rules.htm). In this case, please contact HPV Germany as far in advance as possible. The riders themselves must assume communication an preparations with the record respective association. If the rules require manual timing in addition to electronic timing, the rider must provide persons to do the manual timing.
Each observer has to be a member of an HPV Club. This is required for acceptance of possible new world records by the WHPVA. Our specialists have an international background and therefore a lot of experience in riding races as well as long distance rides.
Main Observers of HPV Deutschland e.V. are: Thomas Wolf und Christoph Hipp.
Your Team Lausitzring/HPV Deutschland e.V.
Thomas Wolf, Christoph Hipp und Heike Bunte