Since the start and finish of the races are in two different places, the organization will make available to the athletes enrolled in the races, only upon request at the time of registration and at a cost of € 2, the bus service from Cesenatico to Cesena, to Borello and to Mercato Saraceno, both before the race and at the end of the race.
Provisional shuttle hours before the race:
Marathon: 7:00 – 7:10 – 7:20
30 km: 7:30 - 7:40 – 7:45 – 7:50
Half Marathon: 8:00 – 8:10 – 8:20
Provisional shuttle hours after the race:
Marathon: 14:30 -16:00
30 km: 14:00 - 15:30
Half Marathon: 12:30 – 14:00
The exact times of departure of the shuttles will be formalized in the news section of the site www.maratonaalzheimer.it on Friday 13/09/2019 based on actual requests.
SHUTTLE TRANSFER REQUEST
It will be possible to add the request of the shuttle or make a change in the request (before-race or after-race) only by the closing date of entries 11/09/2019. Any further changes can be made based on the availability of the seats left exclusively on Saturday 14/09/2019 at the bib collection stand at the Parco Levante in Cesenatico.
WHERE DOES THE ATHLETES SHUTTLE TAKE?
The starting point of the shuttles for competitive athletes is the parking are Swimming Pool of Cesenatico, via Saffi 181.
Before entering the bus, athletes must show volunteers the nominal ticket that will be received Friday, 09/13/2019 via e-mail.
Before getting on the bus it is advisable to check the sign indicating the place of destination.
The walkers of the Marcia Alzheimer of 16 km have included in the donation the shuttle service that will start from Viale dei Mille.
SHUTTLES BEFORE THE WALK:
Shuttles before the walk to reach the starting point at the Cesena Stadium will be available only with advance booking.
SHUTTLES AFTER WALKING:
The shuttles after the walk to return to Cesena or Macerone will be available from 11.00 am with subsequent departures based on the number of participants, with patience we will bring everyone back to Cesena!
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