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Hive Ride Sarnen: Final Details

Updated: 2 days ago

NOTE: Routes on this page have been updated as of May 16th - please delete old versions from your device and save the new ones, or just enjoy being surprised :)


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You can also download the German details here:


DE 2024 Hive Ride Final Details for Participant
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Getting to The Hive on May 18th


The “hive” location for the Hive Ride is

The Kantonsschule Obwalden 

Rütistrasse 5, 6060 Sarnen


Here you will check-in in the morning, leave any bags you might have, fill up your bidon, do the workshops, eat lunch, drink coffee and hang out AND of course pick up your things again at the end of the day. Washrooms are available however there is no shower access. We have access to both indoor and outdoor eating depending on the weather. 


Closures in Sarnen:




Arrival by car: 

It will not be possible to drive through Sarnen with the car, the road is closed for another event.

Exit Sarnen SUD: Parking at the school (parking pay) 

Exit Sarnen NORD: Free parking at Sarnen Nord Ei and ride via Kirchstrassse to the school






Arrival by train: 

According to SBB app, the train which goes from Lucerne via Sarnen to Interlaken doesn’t guarantee bike transport. This is always the case for this train as it can be full with tourists and I’ve taken it before and had no problem with my bike, that said there’s a later connection where it shouldn’t be a problem at all so you could try the 08:06 PE Direction Interlaken and if it’s already full with bikes, the S5 Direction Giswil at 08:12-08:38 arrival in Sarnen shouldn’t be a problem. Of course, if you like to be extra early the 07:42 S5 Direction Giswil will leave you lots of time to spare.


Arrival by bike: See notes above regarding closure, before Sarnen you can follow the well marked bike paths, let us know if you would like some support finding the route!




Day Plan

08:15 - 09:00

Note: Coffee is only served during lunch hour, please come fully caffeinated ;)

  • Check in and pick up your goody bag

  • Bag drop 

  • Bathroom access

  • Chance to fill up your bottles with peakpunk 

  • Get assigned your workshop and group ride coach 


09:00 - 10:00

Workshop

You will be divided into groups and have the chance to work through three stations

  • Line of sight (led by Riccarda and Sara)

  • Handlebars (led by Lillie)

  • Footwork (led by Rebekka)


10:00- 12:00

Ride #1 Melchtal


12:00-14:00

Lunch by pastarazzi 

Coffee by Kaffee Kranz

Prizes and giveaways

Canyon presentation and test ride and prizes 


14:00-16:30

Ride # 2 Lake Views


16:30-17:30 

Check Out

Return test bikes, pick up your things and goody bags, hugs goodbye


The Routes

Your coaches will be leading you throughout the two routes below so you don’t need to worry about getting lost, however feel free to download the gpx files! Please note: each route has an extended option, each coach will decide if the extension is possible based on the pace of the group. You can access the gpx via googledrive in the link or directly from the files below




1hiveridefinal
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2hiveridefinal
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Fuel


PeakPunk: Each rider will receive a bottle from peakpunk and will have a chance to fill it up with peakpunk electrolyte powder before the rides! Additionally, peakpunk is sponsoring each rider with a bar. If you have unique preferences or dietary restrictions, please make sure to have your bases covered. 


Lunch: 

Vegan pasta with two choices of sauce by pastarazzi

ViviKola 

Coffee by Kaffee Kranz


Bonus: Of course, we will have some potatoes and bananas on hand in case you would like to take some with you


Weather

It should rain this evening and overnight (Friday) and therefore it might be a little fresh in the morning. However, it should stay dry until mid-late afternoon with little patches of rain around 1600 with a chance of thundershowers. As you know the weather in Switzerland changes all the time but we are hoping we can make it back to The Hive after the second loop relatively dry. Safety in case of thunder and lightening will be the number one priority.


What to wear? If you're sensitive to being cold we recommend packing a neck tube/buff and knee and arm sleeves for the morning, especially since there will be some standing around in the morning and the workshop isn't super "sweat" intensive. In this case, if you're coming with a backpack, maybe throw in a fleece or puffy jacket for hanging around. Those who tend to be warm will likely be in short-short all day with an extra vest and rain jacket in their pockets!

What to Pack

  • Bike lights 

  • Rain jacket 

  • Water bottle

  • Personal preference of snacks for rides (each participant gets a peakbar and peakpunk electrolyte drink +bottle)

  • Spare tube and co2 cartridge or pump – our guides are happy to help but make sure your bases are covered

  • Sunscreen

  • Sunglasses

  • Helmet 

  • Bike and cycling shoes 

  • Extra dry layers to change into (depending on the weather)

  • Warmer jacket to wear during lunch (depending on the weather)

  • Change of clothes for travel (personal preference)



The Goodies

Everyone will be going home with a Ride Rawr goody bag including:


Additionally, you’ll have a chance to win some bigger prizes including:

Glasses from react 

Pro kit from Canyon

Helmet from Giro 

Sox from Dirtysox 

Bike bag from tranzbag 

Spa day from Wilerbad 

Insulated bottles from Camelbak 


For those of you interested we will also have our riderawr products for sale! 




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