Code of Conduct
... be tolerant and respectful!
- You let other road users go first
- Announce yourself early - there is always time for a greeting
- Reduce your speed when overtaking and crossing or stop
- Avoid busy stretches of road
... be gentle with what you love!
- Ride only on paths, trails, routes and designated tracks
- Riding off existing trails is taboo for you
- Respect local trail closures and protected areas
... be mindful of wild animals and farm animals!
- If you encounter an animal, stop and wait until it has retreated
- Close pasture fences after you have passed them.
- Avoid herds and guard dogs on foot, calmly and with enough distance.
... don't leave any traces!
- Don't brake with locked wheels - it hurts the trail and your tires
- Avoid dirt roads after rain
- Don't leave trash behind... control your sport equipment!
- You can always stop on sight
- Adapt your speed to the situation
- Plan your tour, estimate your ability and the weather correctly
... be prepared and informed!
- Wearing a helmet is a matter of course
- Repair and first aid kit are always with you
- Rain and heat protection belong to every touring equipment
- Your bike is roadworthy and for the twilight you have light with you
- You can call for help in case of emergency: Emergency number 112
- 112 International emergency number
- 1414 Air Rescue Service
iREGA Notfall App
Platz hat es genug – man muss ihn nur machen.
Das grosse Wegnetz Graubündens steht Wander*innen und Biker*innen fast gleichermassen offen – ein toleranter Umgang vorausgesetzt.