E-Bike

We can now present this year’s news at Gotland Grand National. Together with the Swedish Cycling Federation and the Swedish Motorsports Federation, we are arranging the first large E-Bike competition with pedals in Sweden.

Price

495 SEK

Premiere for E-Bike at GGN

We are now launching E-Bike in collaboration with the Swedish Cycling Federation and the Swedish Motorsports Federation. The competition will be held on Thursday, October 28, 2021 (the day before GGN starts). The winner in each class is the one who rides the most laps in the shortest time. The classes are divided into two different categories, one with the Swedish Cycling Federation MTB – E-Bike Pedalec 250w / 25km /h and one with E-Bike Pedalec over 250w which will be under the Swedish Motorsports Federation.

2h drive time

Track is 10 km

New class

Unique

Driving Thursday

“If you want to be part of a Historic Bike moment, go in and register for the MTB E-bike competition at GGN, it will be a memory for life”

What is E-Bike

In all classes, the driving time is 2 hours and is run on a track that is about 10 km long. At 2 hours, the light comes on and the cyclist must then drive off the track. The participant may go out on one last lap before the clock has passed 1:59:59 and complete that lap. The participants are responsible for looking at the lights at the finish that are lighted for each starting group when it is time to cycle off the track at 2 hours. The last lap is automatically deducted if the cyclist goes out on the last lap when the time has elapsed. NOTE! No battery during the competition.

Organizers E-Bike
The classes are divided into two different categories. One with the Swedish Cycling Federation (SCF) as organizer (MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w / 25km/h) and one with EMX Gotland as organizer (E-Bike Pedalec over 250 w) in collaboration with the Swedish Motorsports Federation (Svemo). Licensing requirements for competition classes can be read more about in the Terms- & condition.

The competition is divided into the following classes
MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Amateur, Ladies
MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Amateur, Men

MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Elite amateur, Ladies
MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Elite amateur, Men

E-Bike Pedalec Over 250w, Ladies
E-Bike Pedalec Over 250w, Men

FAQ

MTB E-Bike 250w /25km / h Exercise: No license required. Participants are insured by paying SEK 30 of the registration fee per participant to SCF. Participants must be 15 years or older.
Extra amateur insurance all year round read more: https://scf.se/forbundet/tavlingsverksamhet/tavlingslicens-chip-och-forsakringar/svenska-cykelforbundets-motionsforsakring/ 

MTB E-Bike 250w /25km / h Elite motion: License via SCF required.
This can be solved via: https://scf.se/forbundet/tavlingsverksamhet/arrangera-tavling/engangslicenser/

Elite Exercise Men / Women
The right to participate in class Elite amateur Men / Women has a cyclist who during the calendar year turns at least 15 years old and holds a competition license or signs a one-time license at the time of the competition.
One-time license: Elite amateur SEK 210 (Participants must be 15 years or older.)

We release the start number about 6 weeks before the competition and notice on email and social media with it. You will then find your start number in the start list that is published on the website.

MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Amateur, Ladies
MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Amateur, Men

MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Elite amateur, Ladies
MTB E-Bike Pedalec 250w/ 25km /h Elite amateur, Men

E-Bike Pedalec Over 250w, Ladies
E-Bike Pedalec Over 250w, Men

MANDATORY PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

MTB E-Bike 250w/ 25km /h = Approved bicycle helmet.
Over 250 cc = Approved full-face bicycle helmet.
If glasses are used, it is absolutely forbidden to throw Tear Offs along the track.

Maps

Here you will find maps for the area and Google Maps to find the competition area for Gotland Grand National and all classes.

Terms and conditions

Our terms and condition are based on Svemo’s and Swedish Cycle Federation regulations and these are additional rules that have been adjusted and approved by Svemo  and Swedish Cycle Federation for this year’s competition.