Cycling: The four-track tour, which stopped in Singen, Oberhausen, Öschelbronn and Dudenhofen, was all about the Maloja Pushbiker team based in Irschenberg. In the end, Andreas Graf secured victory with his Austrian partner Andreas Müller (Gebrüder Weiß).
It was a first for both of them. Graf and Müller were able to secure the first stage in Singen. In Dudenhofen they made everything clear in the last race. Christian Grasmann and Leif Lampater (Maloja Pushbikers) followed in second place, third place went to Henning Bommel and Maximilian Beyer (rad-net Rose). These had secured victory in Oberhausen. However, thanks to second place, Graf and Müller were able to reinforce their lead.
In Öschelbronn it was also a second place for the Austrian pairing. Only Grasmann and Lampater, who celebrated victory on the 250 meter long wooden track, were faster. This made it even more exciting in the fight for overall victory. It was very likely that a driver from the Maloja Pushbikers would win, but which one was the question. The spectators had to wait until the last sprint for the answer. There Andreas Graf and Andreas Müller had their front wheels in front and were able to celebrate the day's victory and the overall victory in Dudenhofen.
"In the end it was really close again, so I'm all the happier about my first overall victory in the four-lane tour.", said Graf after the race.