Rad am Ring at Germany's Nürburgring, July 24-26

Cameron Newland

Well-Known Member
I probably won't be flying 5000 miles to attend the race, but I wish I could go. Bosch won the 24 hour endurance race last year, and it'll be interesting to see who wins this year, considering that there will probably be more entrants. There is going to be a big show similar to Sea Otter Classic with a bunch of exhibitors and an opportunity to test drive a bunch of different ebikes.

More info:

http://overvolted.com/ebikes-race-germany-nurburgring-race-track/

http://www.radamring.de/en/
 

J.R.

Well-Known Member
I probably won't be flying 5000 miles to attend the race, but I wish I could go. Bosch won the 24 hour endurance race last year, and it'll be interesting to see who wins this year, considering that there will probably be more entrants. There is going to be a big show similar to Sea Otter Classic with a bunch of exhibitors and an opportunity to test drive a bunch of different ebikes.

More info:

http://overvolted.com/ebikes-race-germany-nurburgring-race-track/

http://www.radamring.de/en/
Very cool!

Would be fun to see Board Track Racing to make a comeback with ebikes!
 

Cameron Newland

Well-Known Member
Very cool!

Would be fun to see Board Track Racing to make a comeback with ebikes!
Agreed! I'd love to enter in an ebike race, but there don't seem to be any in the US. There are a few moped races in California that allow ebikes to compete, but you'd need a 2000W+ ebike to be competitive, so it only makes sense for the homebuild ebike hobbyists that run 72v systems with custom controllers.
 

Hong

Active Member
Bosch won the 24 hour endurance race last year, and it'll be interesting to see who wins this year, considering that there will probably be more entrants.
Guess who won this year? Unfortunately, we didn't get the team their Karmic frames in time...