Cyclists with internet access
Keep a record of the kilometres you cycle during the 21-day campaign period and enter these in your online cycling log. To access the cyclist portal, you will need to complete a one-off registration on the TOUR du DUERF website. This involves entering your name and email address. Once you have signed up, you can simply log into the cyclist portal in the same way that you would an email account.
Recording kilometres for several people
It is possible to record the kilometres cycled by individual or multiple cyclists (e.g. school classes, families, etc.) in the online cycling log. To add the kilometres for a group, you will need to adjust the number of cyclists managed through one account in the online cycling log (Settings > Number of cyclists). Once you have done this, you can simply enter the total kilometres covered.
Exception: Members of municipal councils/regional comitees are only allowed to enter their own kilometres!
PLEASE NOTE: only cyclists who have recorded kilometres for one single person in the online cycling log can be considered for the most active (individual) cyclists category in the local awards.
Kilometres can also be entered via the new TdD / CITY CYCLING app (for Android and iOS systems). In addition to countless other features, the app allows you to enter the kilometres you have cycled manually (meaning you no longer need to log into the website) or recorded using the GPS function.
The TOUR du DUERF / CITY CYCLING app tracks your exact route and calculates the kilometres you have covered.
A number of different results overviews are available and there is a comment function to communicate with your teams, e.g. to organise tours together or motivate one another.
Cyclists with no internet access
Keep a record of the kilometres you cycle and forward it to your team captain at the end of each week. The latter will then enter the kilometres on your behalf (also every week).
You can enter kilometres up to seven days after the TOUR du DUERF campaign has ended; no entries or changes are possible after this time!
Participation in the TOUR du DUERF campaign is voluntary and at participants’ own risk. There is no recourse to legal action.
For more information on data protection, please see tourduduerf.org/datenschutz.