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Regulations Youngsters Race 2022

3-day stage tour for

U13m/w, U15m/w and U17w

Event info:


Tour de Berlin - International Youngsters Race

Date: 19.8. - 21.8.2022

Location: 12101 Berlin Tempelhof

Organizer: Berlin Cycling Association e.V.

Responsible: Claudiu Ciurea, President and Jörg Wittmann, Road Manager

Start/Finish: Tempelhof airfield

Art: Stage race

Nomination until: 17.8.2022

To: Andreas Mueller


Entries will be accepted only by Excel form.

Remark: The registration is done by teams. National teams, LV teams, club teams and mixed teams are eligible to start. A team consists of 3 or 4 riders. In all age groups the teams can consist of mixed teams of female and male participants (ratio arbitrary) in the corresponding age groups. U17 female riders can be integrated equally in the U15 teams. Riders who are not part of a team will register with the organizer and will be assigned to a mixed team.

No entry fee will be charged.

At the Tour de Berlin riders of the category

U 13 m/f age groups 2010, 2011

U 15 m/f age groups 2008, 2009

U 17 w age groups 2006, 2007

participate. The tour will be ridden according to the rules of the UCI and the BDR and these special regulations.


Number issue: At the circuit on the Tempelhof airfield.

Comments: Start numbers will be handed out team by team before the start of the 1st stage. Transponders and start numbers will be handed out team by team after the last race.

The team leader meeting for all classes will take place on 19/08/22 at 13:00 in the start area of the 1st stage.

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Material determinations:


For all stages, the material regulations of the competition regulations for road racing of the BDR (WB Straße) point 4.2 paragraph 2; paragraph 4 and 4.3 paragraph 4 must be observed.

Violators will be charged 2 penalty seconds per kilometer driven.


Material regulations of the BDR 4.2

In the female and male junior categories Pupils (U15, U13) and Female Youth U17 the use of the following materials is generally not allowed, also during the time trial.

  • Wheels with less than 12 spokes and disc wheels
  • so-called horn, delta or triathlon handlebars
  • Handlebar attachments of all kinds

If morphologically necessary, 24-inch wheels with at least 24 spokes may also be used in the U 15, U 13 age group.


Material regulations of the BDR 4.3 (paragraph 4)

Permitted maximum ratios

U 13 5,66 m

U 15 6,10 m

U 17 6,10 m

Only the payoff length is decisive for checking the gear ratio limitations. The run-out length is the distance covered by a wheel in one complete crank revolution.

If larger gear ratios would be possible on the used road bike, the maximum permissible gear ratio can be adjusted by a mechanical blockade. However, a simple blocking of the smaller sprockets (larger ratios) by an adjusting screw is not permitted due to the risk of manipulation.


The gear ratio and wheel check for each rider: will be carried out before the start in the individual time trial and team time trial. In the mass start competitions, the first 20 of each race immediately after the finish.


Since the U17w riders are integrated in teams of the U15m/w, the translation restriction of the U15m/w applies also to them.

Stage overview:


19.08.2022 14:00 Tempelhof U13m/w MZF 8,0 km
15:00 U15m/w, U17w MZF 12,0 km
16:45 U13m/w Circuit 16,0 km
17:30 U15m/w, U17w Circuit 28,0 km
20.08.2022 11:00 Olympic Stadium All classes EZF 4,0 km
13:00 All classes Sprint Eliminator 300 m
14:30 U13m/w Circuit 20,0 km
15:30 U15m/w, U17w Circuit 32,0 km
21.08.2022 11:00 Karl-Marx-Allee U13m/w Circuit 24,0 km
12:00 U15m/w, U17w Circuit 35,2 km

Scoring jerseys:


  • Yellow - jersey for the overall leader(s) in each class, so 5 jerseys for U13m, U13w, U15m, U15w and U17w.
  • Green - jersey for the leader(s) of the sprint classification in each class, so also 5 jerseys.
  • White - jersey for the best/the best of the younger age group in the overall ranking, 5 jerseys.
  • Red jersey for the most combative or fairest rider of the race day. One girl and one boy will be honored per race day across all classes, 2 jerseys per race day.

If a rider leads in more than one classification, the order of classification is: Yellow - Green - White. These leading jerseys must be worn on the next stage. The red jersey may be worn on the next stage. If the leader(s) in the junior jersey (white) or sprint jersey (green) have a higher value jersey, the next best in the special classification will wear the leader's jersey as a substitute on the next stage.



Overall scores in all classes for individual, sprint and junior (younger age group).

The overall individual classification is based on time. At the Karl-Marx-Allee stage (full stage), there will be 10, 6 and 3 seconds time credit for the top 3 finishers (no division into classes/only the top 3 riders of the entire race). During the circuit races in Tempelhof and at the Olympic Stadium (half stage) there will be 6, 4 and 2 seconds time credit for the top 3 finishers. In addition, during the mass start races there are sprint classifications in which 3, 2 and 1 second time credit can be won.

The overall leader's jersey will be awarded only after the circuit race on the first day of the race. On the second day of the race, it will be awarded after the individual time trial and after the circuit race. The team classification is also based on time, but for each stage the time of the best three riders of the team will be added. Time credits are not included in the team classification. For the team time trial the time of the team is taken into account. The three best teams in each of the classes U13 and U15+U17w will be honored as overall team winners at the end of the tour.

The sprint jersey is awarded in each class. For this purpose, there are sprint laps in the circuit races, in which the first four riders win 5-3-2-1 points each, regardless of gender. Each point won is included in the sprint classification. In the circuit race on the Karl-Marx-Allee, the first rider of each lap will receive 2 points and the second 1 point, regardless of gender. In the mass start races, 12-8-5-3-2-1 points will be awarded to the first-place finishers at the finish. After each stage, the leader in the sprint classification receives the green jersey and wears it on the next stage.

The green jersey will be awarded on the first day only after the circuit race and on the second day only after the sprint eliminator and the circuit race.

In each class, the best female junior rider will be honored with the white jersey. The best young female rider is the best placed rider in the individual classification among all riders of the younger age group of the respective class. The white jersey will be awarded on the first day only after the circuit race and on the second day only after the individual time trial and after the circuit race.

For each stage, the most combative or fairest rider(s) will be chosen by the jury and honored with the red jersey (per race day, one red jersey will be awarded among all male participants and one red jersey among all female participants). The jersey may be worn on the next stage.

Other Provisions:


In the mass start competitions there will be a registration check before the start, which will be closed 10 minutes before the start.

Electronic means of communication (e.g. radio) are prohibited. 

Support vehicles are generally not permitted.

Allowed material changes and regulations about lap compensation in case of crash or defect will be communicated by the jury directly before the respective stage.

If a rider cannot finish a stage because of a crash or defect, he/she will be classified in the daily classification with a time of 120% of the time of the last of his/her race and will be allowed to start in the next stage. During the last stages, riders who are about to lose laps in the first 2/3 of the race (U13 - 10 laps, U15 - 15 laps) will be taken out of the race and scored as described above.

In case of a fall or defect during the last 3 km in the mass start competitions, the athlete concerned will receive the riding time from the group he/she was in.

The stages:

Honorary gifts:


Leadership jerseys will be awarded as described in the "Scoring Overview" section.


Team classification

Medals (gold, silver, bronze) for all participants of the winning teams. A Berlin Bear for each winning team.


Individual ranking

Berlin Bear for the top three finishers in each class.


Sprint classification/young talent classification

Only the winner's jersey for the winner in each class.


Cash prices

Team time trial/overall team classification/youth classification/sprint eliminator - no cash prizes.


Stage 1b) according to sport regulations and number of entries

Individual time trial) according to sport regulations and number of entries

Stage 2c) according to sport regulations and number of entries

Stage 3) according to sport regulations and number of entries

Overall individual classification according to sport regulations and number of entries

Sprint classification: Additional prizes according to number of entries

Fighter/Fairest 20€ per award

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