Tourenradfahrer unterwegs auf dem MöhnetalRadweg.
Foto: Sauerland-Tourismus e.V. / sabrinity.com
The MöhnetalRadweg is one of the most popular touring cycle paths in the Sauerland and is a flagship of the recently certified HellwegBörde CyclingTravelRegion. It's no wonder that up to 100,000 cyclists a year opt for a tour from the historic Hanseatic city of Brilon to the river mouth into the Ruhr in Arnsberg-Neheim. And this year they can once again combine their excursion with a prize draw. Because in cooperation with the Warsteiner brewery it is called from now on again "diligently stamp collect" and win.
"After the successful premiere last year, the joint stamp pass campaign on the MöhnetalRadweg is now going into the second round," says Kevin Osterfeld, theme manager for cycling at Sauerland Tourism. "In this way, we want to encourage touring cyclists to also discover the gastronomic offerings along the route." The principle here is quite simple. On their tour along the popular river bike path, cyclists collect stamps when they stop at participating Warsteiner Brewery gastronomy establishments, thus filling their passport.
"When cycling together with friends and family on the MöhntalRadweg, a break in a restaurant located in the immediate vicinity of the route is simply part of the experience," explains Sarah Schauerte from Warsteiner Brauerei. "Take a deep breath together and recharge your batteries for the next stage, and what could be more fitting than toasting together with a Warsteiner beer - non-alcoholic or alcoholic."
Every fully completed stamp passport received by October 31, 2023, will automatically be entered into the raffle. The main prize is a VIP weekend at the Warsteiner Montgolfiade 2024 for two people, including an overnight stay. The entry can be sent by post with the subject "MöhnetalRadweg" to the Warsteiner Brewery, Domring 4-10, 59581 Warstein, or as a scan/photo by e-mail to email@example.com. This way the bike tour becomes a double pleasure.
The stamp pass is available at the tourist information offices along the route and at participating restaurants. All addresses can be called up via QR code on the MöhnetalRadweg flyer or listed directly on the website http://www.warsteiner.de/moehnetalradweg.
Contact for the press:
Rouven Soyka, Sauerland-Tourismus e. V.
Johannes Hummel way 1, 57392 Schmallenberg
Tel.: 02974-969830, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org