In the middle of the night!

Team Vorarlberg Santic starts today at 9 p.m. in the Race Around Austria – Sightseeing Tour in hardcore mode!

Ready to go! When the church tower clock strikes nine times this evening, the squadra from Vorarlberg will start its project “RAA – 2020”. The organizer has come up with something special for the Vorarlberg Santic professional team. The last team of four starters goes at 7.20 p.m. in the race. The four musketeers Daniel Geismayr, Johannes Schinnagel, Jack Burke and Felix Meo start their race 100 minutes later – “catch me if you can”!

Live in the race – follow us!

The race will be streamed live today from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the website of the organizer or on the team’s channels. From 9 p.m. are the team on TV. Thursday evening will then be broadcast again for 2 hours (6.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.), also Friday and until the finish on Saturday. Click here at

Super exciting over three days – live tracking!

Team Vorarlberg Santic with starting number 401 can be followed permanently in the RAA Extreme race at the link  It shows where the are currently located. And of course also where the competition that started 100 minutes before is on the way.

Jack Burke and Felix Meo open – sightseeing tour in hardcore mode!

The Canadian Jack Burke and his buddy Felix Meo from New Zealand will open the first six hours of the race. Until 3 a.m., they will take turns continuously every 30 minutes. Then hand them over to Daniel Geismayr (AUT) and Johannes Schinnagel (GER).


Jack Burke: “Race Around Austria is definitely one of the best experiences of my career. Under normal circumstances we could not do a race like this until after our cycling career, but this year gave us that opportunity. Now I am happy that we are going on a wild ride with my team members through one of the most beautiful countries in the world! “


Felix Meo: “I’m really looking forward to RAA. After a very strange year we are happy to be able to ride such a difficult and equally beautiful race. I come from New Zealand, live in Milan and will now get to know Austria in just under three days. Who can do that😊?

A big thank you to the team who worked hard day and night to prepare everything so that we can get on this adventure quickly and safely! “


Link live tracking



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Line Up Team Vorarlberg Santic – Facts:

Daniel Geismayr (30) AUT Johannes Schinnagel (24) GER

Felix Meo (23) NZL Jack Burke (25) CAN


Start and destination:    St. Georgen am Attersee (Upper Austria)

Start time:                         August 12th at 9 p.m. for Team Vorarlberg Santic

Finish:                                August 15th morning / noon

Route length:                   2170 kilometers

Elevation gain:                 30,000 meters

Track record:                    2 days 13 hours 37 minutes (2015)

Number of supervisors: 10 STAFF (3 vehicles)

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