Original or C-Edition?
C-Edition – for now. In 2021 we'll start off with the much praised C-Edition. As soon as the roads to the Czech Republic open up, the Original route will be available as an option – digitally via Stoneman Now.
4,900 meters elevation gain, 13 mercilessly steep serpentine ascents, centuries-old mining traditions and the inspiring competitive sports legacy of the Ore Mountains - this is the Stoneman Miriquidi Road.
It is the new A and O for road bike fans: A for Altenberg, O for Oberwiesenthal. This unique route will make any rider's legs burn and pulse race.
In three balanced stages, the Stoneman Miriquidi Road runs via Altenberg, cradle of the Germany's greatest winter sports talents, to Zinnwald-Georgenfeld.
After hitting the 869 meter peak, the route sails down a coasting descent along the Egertal valley on smooth asphalt roads.
On the ride towards Oberwiesenthal, you will climb the Königsanstieg (King's Ascent), the 1,244 meter high Klínovec mountain.
On this section, the route passes the iconic checkpoints of Klínovec, Fichtelberg (1,214 m) and Bärenstein (897 m) of the legendary Stoneman Miriquidi Mountain Bike Adventure. You will pass the Holzhau checkpoint, where Stoneman messenger Robert Petzold rode an incredible 22,622 meters in 24 hours and set a new world record on the 18 percent gradient ascent. Then we return to Altenberg.
Guiding dates: Conquer the Stoneman Miriquidi with like-minded people!
Our guides will take you to the very special places along the Stoneman route and provide you with all kinds of background info.
Experience the Stoneman Miriquidi Road with other road bike enthusiasts.
✅ guided tours with a maximum of 10 participants per guide.
✅ special insights around the Stoneman Miriquidi adventure.
✅ including food and supply breaks.
✅ Evening programme with trophy ceremony.
Stoneman Miriquidi Road-saison 2020: 30. April to 31. October
It was intense, demanding and very beautiful. Lots of nature, many views, many small roads, landscape very, very great - the route planners have put a lot of effort. Really recommended. I definitely want to ride again in 2018.
Michael R. · 6/2018 · gold