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We'll sit with Christoph im L! VE or VE where the ÖMM beach flags blow at the door. What's your tip on how high the snow is in the two pictures? 2 Teilnehmer; 3 Strecke von bis Pässe; Streckenverlauf. 4 Strecke Streckenverlauf. 5 Weblinks; 6 Literatur; 7 Einzelnachweise. #ömm #heiabubu. So we'd be set for tomorrow. The All Saints and at the same time lockdown show goes tomorrow at pm on disparitions.eu ONAiR!

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Ab sofort gibts lässige Musik nicht nur während dem ÖMM, sondern auch jeden ersten Für die Zahlen aus kann jeder selbst Google Orakel befragen. #ömm #heiabubu. So we'd be set for tomorrow. The All Saints and at the same time lockdown show goes tomorrow at pm on disparitions.eu ONAiR! We'll sit with Christoph im L! VE or VE where the ÖMM beach flags blow at the door. What's your tip on how high the snow is in the two pictures? 2 Teilnehmer; 3 Strecke von bis Pässe; Streckenverlauf. 4 Strecke Streckenverlauf. 5 Weblinks; 6 Literatur; 7 Einzelnachweise. Am 7. Juli geht es wieder rund in der Motocross-Arena des MSC Rietz: Die Motorsportler (Erwachsene und Jugend) kämpfen um die Vorherrschaft in der.

ömm 2019

#ömm #heiabubu. So we'd be set for tomorrow. The All Saints and at the same time lockdown show goes tomorrow at pm on disparitions.eu ONAiR! 2 Teilnehmer; 3 Strecke von bis Pässe; Streckenverlauf. 4 Strecke Streckenverlauf. 5 Weblinks; 6 Literatur; 7 Einzelnachweise. Ab sofort gibts lässige Musik nicht nur während dem ÖMM, sondern auch jeden ersten Für die Zahlen aus kann jeder selbst Google Orakel befragen.

Ömm 2019 Liebe Moped­mara­thonisti! Video

Ötztaler Mopedmarathon - ÖMM 2019

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Beiträge zum Thema ÖMM. Dunstschwaden so dicht, dass ich mir des Pinks auf der eigenen Kutte nicht mehr sicher ist. Eine Vereinsmitgliedschaft für Kinoprogramm Unna Ötztaler Moped Verein erhälst du nur über bekannte Anmeldeseite am 2. Deswegen macht es auch keinen Sinn, dass du mit deinem Auto zur Gaislachkoglbahn kommst. So laut, dass man Rachel Ticotin Vibrieren zwischen den eigenen Beinen nicht mehr spürt. Ewiges herumtrödeln in diversen Gasthäusern machen die Strecke auch nicht kürzer. ömm 2019

Mit dem Kühtai hätten wir einen vollwertigen Pass dabei, der Wehrmutstropfen ist dabei die lange, langweilige Passage zurück durch das Inntal.

Am Rückweg könnte man dabei auch noch den Haimingerberg schnupfen und von dort kurz ins Kühtai sausen. Diese Strecken sind auch auf das Wüsteste zu kombinieren und man könnte sich dort gut austoben.

Einzig die Strecke über das Mieminger Plateau ist verkehrstechnisch ein wenig überlastet , die anderen Strecken wäre für über Mopeds sicher kein Problem.

Wo die Strecke im Ötztal hin- und hergehen soll kann ich nicht sagen. Nach dem Start Richtung Gletscher? Piburger See?

Ui, das werden wir bald wissen. Ich bin zweigeteilt: Einerseits freue ich mich über eine neue Herausforderung und das ist für die Veranstalter das Suchen nach einer neuen Streckenführung auf jeden Fall.

Sauschwer die Erwartungen da zu erfüllen, da die Ur-Strecke der Knaller ist. Fremde Tankstellen, fremde Länder, fremde Täler, fremde Biersorten.

Den ganzen Tag im gleichen Tal im Kreis zu fahren stelle ich mit heute noch nicht sehr befriedigend vor. Ich bin sehr gespannt wie unser Verein das machen wird, bin aber überzeugt, dass die Organisation wieder ein Wahnsinnswochenende aufs Parkett knallen wird.

Ich freue mich schon und bin vor allen auf die neue Streckenführung so was von gespannt!!! Wir sehen uns in Sölden bis bald! Webseite durchsuchen Hide Search.

Alles kompliziert — ÖMM Diese Strecken sind auch auf das Wüsteste zu kombinieren und man könnte sich dort gut austoben. There will be limited toilets available close to the start.

Each team will be allocated to a time window during which they will be called forward to start.

Your time will start from when you punch your tag in the start box. Please note if you fail to start within your allocated window you will have to be fitted in at the next available slot, which may be some time.

This year it is particularly important that you try to arrive within your time window not too early or too late to ensure a minimum amount of teams in the start field at any one time.

Do not forget your maps and remember to bring permanent pens to mark them with. Your map will show all controls for all courses. At the start line you will receive a course handout which details the controls on your course Code, Grid Ref, Description, Score Points and control closing times.

I t is very important that you read all this information and mark your map as necessary. To ensure the start area does not get congested you must move away from the start before beginning your route planning.

Take care to visit the last controls on both days. This is a common mistake leading to disqualification. Immediately after finishing on Day 1, follow the taped route and go straight to Download.

Only 1 team member should go into the download marquee. Put on your mask and sanitise your hands before approaching the download stations where you will use your tag to record your race and be given a printout showing the controls visited, with points and split times.

Please move away from the area THEN check your printout. If anything is wrong or you need to report having to punch manually, proceed to the enquiry point.

Make sure you keep your tag on for use the next day. Anyone retiring at the overnight campsite must make their own way back to the Event Centre.

Transport is not provided except in the case of serious injury. Teams who retire on the first day without reaching the overnight camp will be presumed to have independently camped for the night, these teams should wherever possible inform the Event HQ of this fact by mobile phone or via another team or marshal.

Ensure you sanitise your hands regularly. On arrival teams should collect their 2nd tent if applicable , you will then be shown where to pitch your tent to ensure adequate spacing.

Food preparation may be shared but great care must be taken to ensure good hygiene. If you have no rubbish and are kit checked at the finish we will want to know why!

To avoid groups forming around the results boards, day 1 results will only be available online. Competitors will be allowed to use mobile phones at the mid camp to access results only.

No phone calls or social media. There is a 4g signal. Day 2 start windows are emailed to all competitors 2 weeks prior to the event.

The only change to this will be teams finishing after on day 1 who be re-allocated to a start window of — As per day 1 each team will be allocated to a time window during which they should start.

The finish point will be close to the Event HQ. Failure to finish as a team will lead to disqualification. Only 1 team member should approach the download stations.

Your timing tag will be removed and you will be given a printout showing the controls visited, with points and split times.

In the meantime the 2nd team member should head to the catering area to collect hot food for 2. Due to the need for social distancing we are unable to offer an inside seating area for eating, drinking and socialising.

Please be prepared to stand outside make sure you have warm clothing at the ready! If waiting for coaches or transport you are welcome to pitch your tent for warmth.

All courses will close at on Day 2; if you arrive back after this time you will be timed out. Controls will be closed and may be removed before at a time dependent upon their distance from the finish.

Control closing time will be displayed on the control description sheet. The intention is to bring in distant controls as soon as possible to inform a search for missing teams if this becomes necessary.

Each control site will have the standard orienteering kite with a two letter code, a SportIdent control station and a standby pin punch.

Each team will be issued with an SI-tag. SI-tags are small plastic pegs that have an electronic chip in one end. The SI-tag is dibbed into the hole in a control station in order for competitors to register that they have visited the control.

The control station gives an audible bleep and a visual flash to confirm that the dibbing has been successful. Avoid touching the control stations where possible and sanitise hands.

Some controls will have 2 or 3 stations available to avoid queues — you can punch at any station at a given control point. Please assist the control officials by clearly announcing your team number and class prefix i.

Teams are requested not to use the control points as resting places or for the consuming of refreshments since this distracts control officials, shows approaching teams where the control sites are and will cause unnecessary congestion.

The SI tag will be attached loosely to your wrist at registration using a tamper proof wrist strap. This must remain attached all weekend and be cut off you either when you finish or if you retire but only at the Event Centre.

You will be at risk of disqualification if you remove the tag from your wrist. You will quickly get used to carrying the tag on your wrist.

Wrists do swell during exercise and providing it has been attached loosely; you will hardly notice that you are wearing it overnight.

The tag has your team number printed on it and is the only way we can tell who is still out on the course. The competition has safety designed into it, provided that competitors follow some basic rules on their conduct throughout the two days.

Teams should have all the necessary equipment for them to withstand a night on the hills in the most adverse of weather conditions.

The requirement for teams to stick together at all times is an essential ingredient of safe conduct. Do not press on beyond the point where one team member is beginning to suffer from exhaustion or the first signs of exposure.

Do not go for too long without eating, particularly later in the day as you begin to tire. Always wear sufficient clothing and waterproofs to keep warm and dry.

If in any doubt of your ability to reach the official overnight camp before the designated time limit, you should find a suitable site on the hills and camp independently for the night.

Knowing your own capabilities, being prepared to look after an ailing partner, not pressing on regardless: these are some of the essential components of safe hill-craft.

If you are staying out for the night, if possible, please contact the emergency number on the map to let the HQ know. It allows you to contact by text — very important when you may only have a week phone signal that does not allow for clear speech.

Click here. Guide to calling in the Mountain Rescue. First on the Scene of an Accident? Hypothermia — How to avoid it and what to do if you get it.

Ticks and Lymes Disease — All you need to know about Ticks the little blighters! Taking Care Around Cows — Just in case you encounter cattle or other livestock.

Due to the current requirement for social distancing it is unlikely that we will be able to have a prize giving this year.

If we are able, the presentation of prizes will take place in or close to the main marquee dependent on weather. The the Hutton Trophy military prize will be presented at the same time as the Long Score.

Prizes will consist of vouchers to spend on OMM or Extreme Food product and the value of each team prize is shown below. The Trophy is a Commando Dagger in a chunk of Dartmoor granite, which represents everything that the event stands for.

Designed to test teamwork, intelligence, determination and a robust sense of humour the OMM offers a different challenge every year. The Hutton Military Trophy will be awarded to the highest placed military team on the Long Score, both team members must be currently serving or, have served in a military for at least 3 years.

The calculation of the handicap was changed for following competitor feedback; now only the age of the older team member is considered, and woman are given an additional handicap equivalent to 10 years.

A family team consists of 2 members who are closely related and from a different generation e. Lots more info here.

Please contact emma theomm. Presentations will be made at the event where possible. Results — The results will be updated online every 15minutes through the weekend.

Their photos will be available here. Up to Fri 9 Oct Please be aware we cannot guarantee you can change course after 26 September, but will try to accommodate any requests.

After Fri 9 Oct Amendments to teams can be made at registration. It is up to the team to find replacement partners. Course changes at this point will only be allowed if space is available.

After this date we cannot offer a refund as we have already paid for your attendance. The event is run on a not for profit basis and one of the ways of keeping the costs as low as possible is to agree numbers as far in advance of the event as possible, hence why it becomes more expensive to enter as we get closer to the event.

For these reasons we are also unable to defer entries to future events. If we have to cancel the event then we will be offering every competitor the following options:.

If you are unable to attend the event due to COVID restrictions beyond your control self isolation, local lock down etc we will defer your entry or offer a product voucher to the value of your entry.

These teams of volunteers allow us to keep the entry fees as low as possible to benefit you. The officials listed are the principal organisers and team leaders:.

Event Director: Stuart Hamilton stuart theomm. Race Coordinator and Controller: Dave Chapman dave theomm.

I spent much of the event playing bog roulette. The challenge in detail…. Will the event go ahead? Unfortunately the 53rd OMM is now cancelled — see information at top of this page.

Without it the team is deemed missing and will be searched for! Please note that if you fail to return the tag before leaving the event area you may be liable for any rescue costs incurred.

Age Limits — Elite Class , all competitors must be 18 years old on the date of the competition and at least one of each team must be a minimum of 20 years of age.

In other classes A,B and Score courses, all competitors must be a minimum of 16 years on the day of the competition and at least one of each team must be aged 18 years or older.

Previous Winners — The overall winning teams on each course are not eligible to compete competitively in the same class in future years this excludes Long Score and Elite.

Previous Experience — A minimum amount of Mountain Experience, navigation and outdoor skills are essential and details of previous experience must be provided on the entry form.

Staying Together — The event is for teams of two or three see rule 6 and teams must maintain contact close enough to communicate by voice throughout the competition.

Both team members must visit the control sites together carrying all their equipment. If one member of the team cannot continue the whole team is retired — The only exception is in the case of an emergency, when competitors must exercise their own mountain judgement as to the appropriate action to take, including but not limited to leaving a partner in a warm safe environment to seek help from others.

The map provides an emergency telephone number and mobile coverage is available in most of the higher areas. Teams of Three. Teams of three can also compete in the OMM, this allows those that are keen to compete but do not have a team mate to enter in line with our ethos of encouraging as many people as possible to get out and responsibly use our wild spaces.

Contact emma theomm. Out of Bounds — areas and compulsory crossing points are marked on the competition map and must be respected.

Equipment — Teams must carry or wear all the equipment and clothing on the official kit list. This is the absolute minimum for safety and survival.

The kit check, declaration and safety rules form must be signed online before arriving at the event.

It will be available to sign online two weeks before the event. Kit Inspection — Competitors must permit the examination of their equipment by race officials at all times.

Emergency Rations — On completion of the course all competitors must still be in possession of sufficient rations for an emergency.

Timing Tag — Sport Ident timing cards are issued to each team at registration attached to the wrist. Courses — Competitors must not seek to obtain unfair advantage by searching for courses or inspecting the competition area before the event.

An altimeter can be used but please note: we remove the height data from the maps. Any team found using their mobile phone or other electronic device for communication or navigation purposes including time and distance , except in the case of emergency , will be disqualified from the event.

We rely on the integrity of our competitors to follow this rule. For OMM only: This year remove the need for a results board and crowding competitors will be able to use their mobile phone at the overnight campsite to access the day 1 results online.

Conduct — Competitors who, in the opinion of the organisers, act in such a way to bring the event into disrepute or unnecessarily endanger other competitors or race officials will be disqualified and may be banned from future events.

Dogs — No dogs are permitted in the competition area. Fires — No open fires permitted anywhere on the course or at the Overnight campsite.

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Ötztaler Mopedmarathon - ÖMM 2019 Das Zusammengehörigkeitsgefühl der 50ccm Mopedbiker ist auch eine der Besonderheiten des alljährlichen Spektakels. So laut, dass man das Vibrieren zwischen den eigenen Beinen nicht mehr Blackadder Deutsch. Am Abend vorher findet Charite Ard 20 Uhr 30 eine verpflichtende Fahrerbesprechung statt, damit auch alles reibungslos über die Ein Omihunde Netzwerk wie ein Jahr, ein Event wie ein ganzes Leben. Also achte bitte darauf, dass du deine Startnummer immer Sichtbar angebracht See You Later. Cotton Underwear TBA. Es hat jeder irgendwann mal einen Führerschein Tag Nacht. Ab Falls du keinen Anhänger dabei hast, dann kannst du im Parkhaus gegenüber vom Veranstaltungsgelände parken.

Am Rückweg könnte man dabei auch noch den Haimingerberg schnupfen und von dort kurz ins Kühtai sausen. Diese Strecken sind auch auf das Wüsteste zu kombinieren und man könnte sich dort gut austoben.

Einzig die Strecke über das Mieminger Plateau ist verkehrstechnisch ein wenig überlastet , die anderen Strecken wäre für über Mopeds sicher kein Problem.

Wo die Strecke im Ötztal hin- und hergehen soll kann ich nicht sagen. Nach dem Start Richtung Gletscher? Piburger See?

Ui, das werden wir bald wissen. Ich bin zweigeteilt: Einerseits freue ich mich über eine neue Herausforderung und das ist für die Veranstalter das Suchen nach einer neuen Streckenführung auf jeden Fall.

Sauschwer die Erwartungen da zu erfüllen, da die Ur-Strecke der Knaller ist. Fremde Tankstellen, fremde Länder, fremde Täler, fremde Biersorten.

Den ganzen Tag im gleichen Tal im Kreis zu fahren stelle ich mit heute noch nicht sehr befriedigend vor. Controls locations are marked with a circle and the legend will show your course, control descriptions, compulsory controls and control closing times — it is very important that you read all this information.

Blank maps will be on display in the refreshment area on Friday evening and Saturday morning. Age Limits. In other classes A,B and Score courses , all competitors must be 16 years on the day of the competition and at least one of each team must be aged 18 years or older.

Linear are timed navigation courses where specified checkpoints must be visited in order. Teams are free to choose their routes between checkpoints.

Fastest time wins. Example map. This is a timed navigation course where specified checkpoints must be visited in order. Competitors are free to choose their route between checkpoints.

Winning times usually around 12hrs. It is advisable to have significant previous race experience at a suitable level, e. Teams are free to choose their route between checkpoints.

The winning time is usually in the region of 11 hours. In order to compete on this course we strongly recommend previous race experience on the B Course or a similar event.

Approximately 45km over two days with m ascent. This is a timed navigation course where checkpoints must be visited in order. Teams are free to choose their route between checkpoints and the winning time is usually around 8 hours.

Some previous experience required in navigation and mountain terrain with a basic level of fitness. We recommend that those that are new to the OMM enter one of the Score courses as these give you more flexibility with the distance and time you spend on the hill each day.

Score courses are fixed period competitions where teams accrue as many points as possible in the time allowed. Checkpoints are assigned points values based on location with competitors free to choose routes for the highest score.

Points are deducted for being outside your allocated time limit at a rate of 2 points per minute or part thereof. These course are easier to complete than Linear but very difficult to do well competitively due to the increased amount of planning required.

Day 1: 7 hours. Example map Day 2: 6 hours. Time limit of 7 hours on day 1 and 6 hours on day 2, significant hill experience and fitness is required.

Day 1: 6 hours. Example map Day 2: 5 hours. Time limit of 6 hours on day 1 and 5 hours on day 2, to be competitive significant hill experience and fitness is required.

Day 1: 5 hours. Example map Day 2: 4 hours. Time limit of 5 hours on day 1 and 4 hours on day 2. You will still need to be able to read a map and use a compass.

It is no longer felt necessary for all competitors to bring their packs to the registration. However it is still considered vital for kit checks to take place, so random kit checks will take place at the start, overnight camp and at the finish.

Random checks will include everyone and not merely the high ranking finishers. Note: team number will be allocated 2 weeks before the event along with your start time.

This list should be seen as a minimum requirement only. Check the weather forecast, your previous experience and use sound judgement for the kit you should be wearing and carrying.

The organisers reserve the right to disqualify any competitors who, in their opinion, do not have the necessary kit to survive in an emergency situation.

Cotton clothing is not suitable. Be aware that this year there will be no skip at the overnight campsite!

The race is self-sufficient so you need to carry any rubbish with you back to the finish on Sunday. No rubbish at kit check? We will be asking why!

We now prioritise early start times to category teams ladies, vets, mixed and family teams , then by date of entry. This year we will also be extending start time windows where necessary to ensure less teams are at the start line at any one time and the start layout will allow for 2m social distancing.

There will only be one start location. The route to the start on Day 1 will be signposted from the camping field and is 3.

Please ensure that you leave enough time to get to the start. There will be limited toilets available close to the start.

Each team will be allocated to a time window during which they will be called forward to start. Your time will start from when you punch your tag in the start box.

Please note if you fail to start within your allocated window you will have to be fitted in at the next available slot, which may be some time.

This year it is particularly important that you try to arrive within your time window not too early or too late to ensure a minimum amount of teams in the start field at any one time.

Do not forget your maps and remember to bring permanent pens to mark them with. Your map will show all controls for all courses. At the start line you will receive a course handout which details the controls on your course Code, Grid Ref, Description, Score Points and control closing times.

I t is very important that you read all this information and mark your map as necessary. To ensure the start area does not get congested you must move away from the start before beginning your route planning.

Take care to visit the last controls on both days. This is a common mistake leading to disqualification. Immediately after finishing on Day 1, follow the taped route and go straight to Download.

Only 1 team member should go into the download marquee. Put on your mask and sanitise your hands before approaching the download stations where you will use your tag to record your race and be given a printout showing the controls visited, with points and split times.

Please move away from the area THEN check your printout. If anything is wrong or you need to report having to punch manually, proceed to the enquiry point.

Make sure you keep your tag on for use the next day. Anyone retiring at the overnight campsite must make their own way back to the Event Centre. Transport is not provided except in the case of serious injury.

Teams who retire on the first day without reaching the overnight camp will be presumed to have independently camped for the night, these teams should wherever possible inform the Event HQ of this fact by mobile phone or via another team or marshal.

Ensure you sanitise your hands regularly. On arrival teams should collect their 2nd tent if applicable , you will then be shown where to pitch your tent to ensure adequate spacing.

Food preparation may be shared but great care must be taken to ensure good hygiene. If you have no rubbish and are kit checked at the finish we will want to know why!

To avoid groups forming around the results boards, day 1 results will only be available online. Competitors will be allowed to use mobile phones at the mid camp to access results only.

No phone calls or social media. There is a 4g signal. Day 2 start windows are emailed to all competitors 2 weeks prior to the event.

The only change to this will be teams finishing after on day 1 who be re-allocated to a start window of — As per day 1 each team will be allocated to a time window during which they should start.

The finish point will be close to the Event HQ. Failure to finish as a team will lead to disqualification. Only 1 team member should approach the download stations.

Your timing tag will be removed and you will be given a printout showing the controls visited, with points and split times.

In the meantime the 2nd team member should head to the catering area to collect hot food for 2. Due to the need for social distancing we are unable to offer an inside seating area for eating, drinking and socialising.

Please be prepared to stand outside make sure you have warm clothing at the ready! If waiting for coaches or transport you are welcome to pitch your tent for warmth.

Es dauert auch nicht lange! Auf gehts von Sölden hinauf zum Gletscher. Es erwartet dich der höchste asphaltierte Strassenpunkt und auch der höchste Strassentunnel Europas.

Kurzfristige Änderungen werden hier bekannt gegeben. Bitte folge den Anweisungen unseres Ornderpersonals und der Polizei. Weiters bitten wir dich dein Moped durchs Gelände zu schieben.

Der Tag beginnt! Wir starten in Gruppen, damit sich dann beim ersten Anstieg keine Staus bilden. Bitte Motoren abstellen!

Letzte News werden wir auf unserer Facebookseite und auf den Videowalls bekannt geben.

Competitors are advised to register early to prevent last minute queues. Name und Telefonnummer für eventuellen Rückruf. The challenge in detail…. We will miss this highlight of Dickschädel year. These will show all the controls for all courses for Day 1. Collection Heute Show 25.09.15 only from the Event Centre. Pitching a tent on the hill Sunday is only acceptable in the case of genuine emergency. Berlin Umsonst werden euch aber dennoch per Email euer Ergebnis Mann Sieber. Wir werden euch aber dennoch per Email euer Ergebnis zusenden. August An den angegebenen Daten wird sich die Anmeldeseite auf unserer Webseite zur Anmeldung automatisch öffnen. Nur einer Impression, Sonnenaufgang war von einem Moped. Auf der Strecke wurden ca. Alle Anmeldungen werden Hentai Ger Sub unser Support Team also von Menschenhand geprüft und gegebenenfalls auch abgelehnt. Dunstschwaden so dicht, dass ich mir des Pinks auf der eigenen Kutte nicht mehr sicher ist. The Meistgesehenes Youtube Video is Corona Kaufbeuren on a not for profit basis and one of the ways of keeping the costs as low as possible is to agree numbers as far in advance of the event as possible, hence why it becomes more expensive to enter as we get closer to the event. Piburger See? If waiting for coaches or transport you are welcome to pitch Voegeln tent for warmth. April If you are staying out for the night, if possible, please contact the Nachtschatten Dragon number on the map to let the HQ know.

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