Both an individual time trial (10 km round course) and a road race (round course 12 laps of 4km) will be held.

Individual tournament for women and men. The participants will be divided into 5 age groups:

  • Group A (18–30 years),
  • Group B (31–40 years),
  • Group C (41–50 years),
  • Group D (51–60 years) and
  • Group E (over 60 years)

Competition format Thursday

The individual time trials will take place on a 10km circular course on Thursday, 23 June (starting times from 10.00am).

Time schedule and class division – time trial – Thursday 23 juni 2022

Route Time Trial: ECSG Time Trail 23-06-22

Start & Finish Location: Wereldrestaurant Forest, Drieheuvelenweg 1, 7044 AA Lengel

First starter class divisionLast starter class divisionClass DivisionM/F
10:00 uur10:06 uurCAT AM
10:07 uur10:24 uurCAT BM
10:25 uur10:49 uurCAT CM
10:50 uur11:26 uurCAT DM
11:27 uur11:33 uurCAT EM
11:33 uur11:33 uurCAT AF
11:34 uur11:40 uurCAT BF
11:41 uur11:44 uurCAT CF
11:46 uur11:51 uurCAT DF
11:52 uur11:52 uurCAT EF

Competition format Friday

The road race will take place on a part of the above mentioned circular course on Friday, 24 June (women and men 12 laps) – Start: 9.00am for the first group and 13.30 for the last group.

Time schedule and class division – road race – Friday 24 June 2022

Route Road Race: ECSG Road Race Cycling 24-06-2022

Start & Finish Location: Wereldrestaurant Forest, Drieheuvelenweg 1, 7044 AA Lengel

StarttimeClass DivisionGender
09.00CAT AM
09.00CAT DM
11.15CAT BM
11.15CAT CM
13.30CAT A, B, C, D, EF
13.30CAT EM

Race numbers will be issued at the start location (Wereldrestaurant Forest, Drieheuvelenweg 1, 7044 AA Lengel) from 8.00am until ½ an hour before the start on the respective race day.

The award ceremonies will take place at the Finish location – at approx. 12.30pm on Thursday (individual time trials) and at approx. 16.00pm on Friday (road race).

Individual time trials (rules)

Conduct during the race

Participants may only use the cordoned parcours and stay within the lanes. In order to ensure safety and fairness while overtaking, it is imperative to always ride as far right as possible. Cutting corners is strictly prohibited and leads to disqualification. Slipstreaming is prohibited and leads to disqualification without exception. The Dutch traffic regulations (StVO) must be strictly adhered to.

What is slipstreaming?

Blatant slipstreaming right behind a competitor or at a distance of less than 10m and at the same speed as the competitor ahead. A rider overtaking must leave a lateral gap of 2m; the person being overtaken may, in turn, not take advantage of the slipstream of the person overtaking.

Road race (rules)

  • Lapped cyclists may only ride on the right.
  • They may not lead.
  • “Negative laps” are added to the score of lapped cyclists.
  • In the event that a cyclist violates these rules, he/she will be eliminated and must leave the race.
  • As soon as the lead rider has completed 11 laps, a bell is sounded to signal to him/her and to all other riders that the last lap has begun. The commentator will also call out “last lap””.
  • The race ends upon completion of the 12th lap (finish).
  • After crossing the finish line, all riders must leave the course on the right-hand side after about 50m.


Technical requirements

  • All (racing) bicycles with distinct racing handlebars (no aero road handlebars) without any trailers and without disc wheels.
  • No time trial bicycles.
  • No triathlon bicycles.
  • Helmets are obligatory.
  • Disc brakes are allowed.

Health, liability (applies to both races)

All participants are advised to have a medical examination prior to the tournament. All participants are again reminded that they must adhere to the Dutch traffic regulations, which they must verify with their signature when registering. With this signature the participant also confirms that he/she has taken out a valid liability insurance and accident insurance with an insurance company approved in the Netherlands. Each participant is also aware of any risks not covered by his/her private insurance.


The 3 fastest women and men in the respective age groups and competitions will receive medals.

Important information

Please ensure that you leave yourself enough time to get from your accommodation to the sport venue.


You can park your car at the football club FC Bergh, Montferlandsestraat 5 7041 CJ ’s Heerenberg. It’s about 1km (by bike) to the Start location.

Dressing rooms and showers

You can use the dressing rooms (2 women and 2 men) and the showers at the football club FC Bergh Montferlandsestraat 5 7041 CJ ’s Heerenberg. It’s about 1km (by bike) to the Start location.

Each person participates in the European Company Sport Games 2022 in ‘s Heerenberg at their own risk. Each participant is responsible for ensuring that they have appropriate accident insurance coverage.

Download here all above information.

Participants list

Check the list of participants for cycling here. This list of participants was last updated om May 10th, 2022. The final participants list will be shown on this website with the sports schedules in the beginning of June.


The city of Montferland in the region of the Achterhoek.

Important information

Please ensure that you have enough time to reach your sports venue. See this page for more information about transport during the ECSG Arnhem 2022.

Team leaders/players must report to the tournament management in order to be registered and to receive the required instructions/information min. 30 minutes before the first game. Players must be ready for the game at least 15 minutes before start. Games will be started at the planned time if the minimum number of players is present under the rule of the game. If the required number of players is not ready to play at least 15 minutes after the scheduled time, the team/players loose(s) the match.

The above information was updated on 18/5/2022. Adjustments in the run-up to the event are possible. Keep an eye on this page for the latest version.