What is the Steppenwolf?
On May 12, 2022, the Steppenwolf started in Bernau (near Berlin) for its second edition in the direction of Usedom. Between three checkpoints, past hundreds of lakes, the coast of Usedom and endless blooming rapeseed fields, people either enjoyed the ride in a pack or just raced. Of the 95 starters on Short and Wildtrack, 82 reached the finish line at the "Alte Post" in Bernau. On our Instagram account @steppenwolf030 you can see many more pictures of the now legendary event.
This year there were 100 starting places for the Steppenwolf. We are especially happy that many women*, queers and non-binaries were able to participate. To make the Steppenwolf accessible to all, there is no entry fee but only a donation - we recommend 1% of your equipment value. This is how we make cycling events possible without sponsor interests. What is left over in donations, we give to the climate justice movement.
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When there will be a #Steppenwolf23 and how you can register, you will find out here first.
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