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VeloCity Berlin Kids & Youth

Cycling for the next generation

GENERALI VeloCity Berlin is a cycling event for the whole family. So of course the big bike race in Berlin also includes the next generation of cyclists.

For all between 2 and 12 years distances between 200 and 4000 m will be offered.
In addition, there is a children's area (Kinderland) on site and the ADAC Parcour.

Late registrations are possible on site at the race material pick-up.

A helmet is mandatory!

You can read all the important information for the kids races here. 

On Friday, June 30th, from 2 pm and 8 pm and Saturday, July 1st, from 10 am until before shortly before the start at the GENERALI VeloCity Berlin EXPO.

Kids & Youth races begin at 1 pm (saturday, July 1, 2023).



Depending on age, the following distances can be ridden:

             1:00 p.m.200 m2-4 years old (training bike / scooter)
approx. 1:15 p.m.400 m5-6 years old
approx. 1:35 p.m.800 m7-8 years old (for kids, who want to make their first experiences)
approx. 1:55 p.m.1.3 km (1 round)7-8 years old (for kids, who already ride their bikes a lot and safely)
approx. 2:15 p.m.2.6 km (2 rounds)9-10 years old
approx. 2:35 p.m.*3.9 km (3 rounds)11-12 years old

Note: We recommend that you arrive at least 30 minutes before the specified start time.  A helmet is mandatory!

5.00 Euro for general and late entries.

  • without supervision
  • free of charge
  • Saturday (July 1, 2023) 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday (July 2, 2023) 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

You can move. Can you also move through a course?

Our hearts swell when we see kids being active and doing sports. Running, jumping or climbing. Wherever they are, it’s important to us that they move safely through our busy world. That’s why we offer a wide range of services to help children and their parents get to their destination safely every day – at sporting events, but also in everyday life.

With our parcour for bambinis, kids can practice their coordination from head to toe in a playful way. Whether balancing, hopping or pedaling, whoever crosses the finish line is a real course hero.

Try it out!