Wednesday 30 January 2019 / Published in News

Energy is key when riding. Eating the right snack on the road can make the difference. Our partner and caterer Patrick Niessen, created the right cereals bar recipe just for the Schleck Gran Fondo riders! Get to work and your pockets will be full of healthy & homemade treats for your next ride!  


  • 100gr no-sugar Corn Flakes 
  • 100gr exotic fruits
  • 50gr almonds or nuts
  • 25gr butter
  • 3 large spoons of honey 


  • Crush the Corn-Flakes with a pestle. Don’t go to hard, you don’t want powder
  • Crunch the almonds 
  • Mix all dry ingredients
  • Add melted butter & honey 
  • Place the mix on a pan and spread it nicely. 
  • Place in the oven for 20 minutes at 160°C
  • Cut the bars and let them cool down 
  • Go for a ride, enjoy your homemade snack! 
Wednesday 23 May 2018 / Published in News

L’Administration Communale de Mondorf-les-Bains a l’honneur et le plaisir de vous informer que la manifestation « GRAN FONDO SCHLECK 2018 » aura lieu samedi, le 26 mai 2018 et que la manifestation sera organisée dans l’av. Fr. Clément et sur le territoire de la commune de Mondorf-les-Bains.

Cette grande manifestation engendrera sur le territoire de la commune différentes mesures en matière de réglementation de la circulation.

Pour le montage du portail arrivée / départ dans l’av. Fr. Clément, la route sera barrée le 25/5/2018 de 0h00 jusqu’à 4h00 le matin. Une déviation sera mise en place.

La circulation sera interdite dans les deux sens dans l’av. Fr. Clément à partir de la place Bernard Weber jusqu’à l’av. Frères Wiesenbach à Mondorf-les-Bains samedi, le 26 mai 2018 à partir de 6.00 heures jusqu’à 21.00 heures

Pendant ces heures les commerçants, clients et habitants n’auront plus la possibilité d’accéder en voiture aux magasins et résidences.

Le stationnement sera interdit dans l’av. Fr. Clément, dans l’allée St. Christophe, la Place Bernard Weber, la rue St. Michel et la rue John Grün à partir de 0.00 heures jusqu’à 21.00 heures.

A l’occasion du départ de la « Gran Fondo Schleck » les croisements formés par la route de Remich (N16) respectivement l’av. Marie Adelaïde (CR 152) avec l’av. des Bains, av. Dr. Klein, rue Daundorf, rue de la Libération, rue Ernest Feltgen, Impasse Emile Didderich et « klenge Park » sont barrés entre 9h00 et 10h15 heures.

Les voitures en provenance de Luxembourg seront déviées à partir de 6h00 jusqu’à 11h00 par la place Bernard Weber, la rue St. Michel, la rue John Grün et la rue Flammang et en provenance de Remich par la rue Flammang, la rue John Grün, la rue St. Michel et la place Bernard Weber. A partir de 11h00 les voitures en provenance de Luxembourg seront déviées par la place Bernard Weber, la rue St. Michel, la rue John Grün, la rue Flammang et en provenance de Remich en direction d’Altwies par la rue Flammang et puis vers la rte d’Ellange, le CR 162 en direction de Filsdorf et le CR 155 en direction d’Altwies.

Le passage de la frontière Luxembourg – France sera barrée à partir de 11h00 jusqu’à 18h00.

A partir de 11h00 jusqu’à 18h00 heures la localité de Mondorf-les-Bains est seulement accessible à partir du croisement CR162 / Bremwee – rue Victor Hugo et rte de Mondorf à Altwies en sens unique en direction de Mondorf-les-Bains.

La route de Filsdorf sera barrée à partir de 11h00 jusqu’à 18h00 en direction rue Victo Hugo à Altwies. La déviation sera faite par la Grand-Rue et la rue Jean-Pierre Molitor à Altwies et vice-versa.

Les arrêts d’autobus aménagés dans la route de Remich (Mondorf – Casino 2000) et dans l’av. Fr. Clément (Mondorf – Christophorus) seront supprimés entre 6.00 et 21.00 heures. A partir de 11h00 jusqu’à 21h00 les arrêts «Bei der Douane», «kleng Gare» et les arrêts dans la localité d’Altwies ne seront plus desservis. La correspondance en direction de Luxembourg se fait à l’arrêt Stade John Grün à Mondorf-les-Bains.

Les habitants sont priés de garer leurs voitures ce samedi en dehors des routes fermées.

Nous vous saurions gré de prendre les dispositions respectives et d’informer votre clientèle et vos fournisseurs sur ces mesures.

Pour tout renseignement supplémentaire vous pouvez contacter notre service technique communal au no de téléphone 23 60 55 – 43.

Tuesday 10 October 2017 / Published in News

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Friday 06 October 2017 / Published in News

For more than a decade, they shaped the face of bicycle racing in Europe. But Fränk Schleck and Fabian Wegmann share more than their passion for cycling, they have also been friends for many years. In the past, they often met at the start during a race, they were bedfellows when they shared the same bedroom or they trained together for competition. Likewise, they both ended their active professional sporting career almost at the same time. Now, the Sparkassen Münsterland Giro brings them back together again. Advertising ambassador of the Münsterland Giro Fabian Wegmann has invited Fränk Schleck to come to Münster in order to promote the fascination of cycling.

Author: Sabine Roters

Who is/has been your ideal in sports?
When I was young, it was Marco Pantani. His driving style was simply unique.

The one with the jug ears?
Yes, exactly

And who is it today?
I don’t have an ideal in the proper sense anymore, but Peter Sagan is quite a cool guy. He doesn’t take himself or the entire rigmarole so terribly seriously.

How many kilos have you put on since you finished your career?
Two kilos.

Which three things would you take along with you on a desert island?
My family.

This answer doesn’t count.
Ok. Then …. (considers the question for a long time): a surfing board, a barbecue and sausages. Cycling in the sand doesn’t really make any sense.

Who bought your first racing bike?
I bought my first racing bike together with my father. Later on, I built my racing bike by and by from the prize money I won at a race.

How did you motivate yourself, when you didn’t feel like training?
When I was a boy, at 12 or 13 years, all I did day in day out was tinkering around with my bike. I spent more time in the basement than on the streets. Eventually, I got back onto the bike.

And later on? Cycling in the snow and rain is only little fun, as I can imagine?
The only thing that keeps you going is to have a clear goal in view. Otherwise it will be difficult. But then it was also my tricot of the German Championship which tremendously pushed me forward to really work out hard.

At the end of 2016 you ended your career. What does the new life of Fabian Wegmann look like?
Great. At long last I do not have to eat pasta for breakfast anymore in order to get the calories together for a training day.

What do you have for breakfast now?
Two cups of coffee. This is enough.

No wonder that you have put on only two kilos until now. I will ask you again in two years. (I grin) What are your plans?
I will definitely stay true to cycling in any case. At the moment, I am working as an advertising ambassador for the Sparkassen Münsterland Giro.

If everything goes to plan, Münster will have a cycling stadium soon…
Yes, that’s correct. I hope that the city fathers will decide in favour of it. In winter, I made the trainers licence together with Fränk Schleck. I like to think of training young talents there in future.

What does Fränk Schleck say about you as a room mate?
Only good things, I hope. It is really important to be a good team also when you share the bed room. Everyone has his/her own individual rhythm, which is essential for one’s own achievement in racing.

There are different types of cyclers: Sprinters, time racers, classics-specialists, climbers and many, many more. Does the orientation lie in the genes?
Yes, definitely. You won’t make a sprinter out of a climber, no matter how hard you train. In the course of the time you realise automatically what suits you well or what does not suit you at all. Then you surely have to increase your talent.

You are a proven specialist for classics: Do you remember any moment during your career in which you would have gladly got off your bike and quit?
Yes, there are extremely long ascents in the Alps. During TdF I had to leave some grains behind to be able to catch up with a group. On TV, you only see the top flights, the real dramas, however, unfold at the rear end.

If your stomach begins to rumble after 100 kilometers, how do you get on in the race?
I know some colleagues who really had problems with this. Energy gels didn’t help them. That didn’t bother me much. In my best times I got along at training for six hours without eating. This is all a matter of training. Besides, you don’t ride at 200km per hour flat out constantly. Half of the time you simply go with the pack.

How did you like it on the cycling world fair in Düsseldorf?
It was worth going there. I saw a lot of bikes there, which you usually don’t get the chance to see. Bikes made from bamboo, for example, or from wood.

What’s your position on the topic e-bike?
As a true sportsman, an e-bike is not an option for me. I have to admit, that I have tried some bikes at the fair. I was surprised about how easily they make you believe that your condition is fantastic. After all, I could imagine riding an e-bike as a substitute for a car, but never as a substitute for a bike.

If you had the power, what would you change in professional sports?
I would try to build up a system, which would make the teams less dependent on their sponsors. Then, the teams wouldn’t have to rely on one or two sponsors and would be able to make long-term plans.

And for the developments of young talents?
For our youngsters, it is very important, that they are supported more continually and that the teams are not torn apart whenever there is a change within the sponsors behind them. In former times, the sponsors supported cycling by real conviction over a longer period of time. Today, most of the sponsors only follow their economic targets. As soon as they have been achieved, they back out.

In your view: What is the greatest achievement in cycling during the past 20 years?
Well, there have been a lot of changes in recent years. Difficult to say. The carbon frame is definitely one of the main highlights. And – of course – the electric gear shift, a great thing

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ROT // Links Fabian WEGMANN (Deutschland / Team Gerolsteiner) mit rechts Frank – Fränk Schleck (Luxemburg / Team Saxo Bank) – Tour de France 2008 – 1. Etappe Brest – Plumelec – TourDeFrance – “Tour de France” – TdF – © H. A. ROTH-FOTO – 50259 PULHEIM – Telefon 02238-962790 – – Weitere Fotos in der Bilddatenbank

Thursday 05 October 2017 / Published in News

Der Sparkassen Münsterland Giro 2017 dürfte in diesem Jahr ein Event der Superlative werden. Erstmals in der Geschichte des Giros geht ein Fahrerfeld mit einer bisher unerreichten Konzentrationan prominenten wie auch erfolgreichen Radprofis an den Start. Am 03. Oktober treffen sich in Münster die aktuellen Sprinter der Weltelite und liefern sich ein spannendes Rennen um den Sieg beim Sparkassen Münsterland Giro.

Der Blick auf die Startliste lässt daran keinen Zweifel offen. In Wadersloh sind am Start, um nur die wichtigsten zu nennen, Marcel Kittel mit diesjährig allein fünf Etappensiege bei der Tour de France, Dylan Groenewegen, der Sieger der letzten Etappe der Tour de France auf dem Champs-Elysee in Paris und der vierfache Weltmeister im Einzelzeitfahren Tony Martin. Ebenso wenig fehlt Mark Cavendish, der in seiner einmaligen Karriere 30 Etappen bei der Tour de France, fünf Etappen beim Giro d’Italia und drei Etappen bei der Vuelta a Espana gewonnen hat und darüber hinaus Straßenweltmeister von 2011 ist. Nicht weniger erfolgreich ist André Greipel, der bereits 2008 und 2014 in Münster erster war und über 130 Siege, elf Etappensiege bei der Tour de France und sieben Etappenerfolge beim Giro d’Italia verzeichnen kann. Auf der Startliste steht außerdem der frisch gebackene Vizeweltmeister im Straßenrennen Alexander Kristoff aus Norwegen. Damit aber nicht genug. Auch Sam Bennett, der als angriffslustiger Sprinter bekannt ist und Nikias Arndt stehen am Start, die beide eine wichtige Rolle um einen Platz auf dem Siegertreppchen spielen werden. Die Liste der Top-Sprinter macht das 21-Jährige Talent Lennard Kämna komplett, der just eine Gold- und Silbermedaille von den diesjährigen Straßenweltmeisterschaften in Norwegen mit nach Hause gebracht hat.

Vervollständigt wird die Liste der Rennställe durch die sieben ProContinental Teams Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise, Wanty-Groupe Gobert und WB Veranclassic Aqua Protect aus Belgien, CCC Sprandi Polkowice aus Polen, Roompot – Nederlandse Loterij aus den Niederlanden, Gazprom-Rusvelo aus Russland und Team Novo Nordisk aus den USA.
Darüber hinaus sind die folgenden acht deutschen Continental-Teams wie Rad-net Rose, Bike Aid, Heizomat, Team Lotto-Kern Haus, Team Sauerland NRW p/b Henley & Partners, LKT Brandenburg, Team Dauner D&DDQ Akkon und 0711 Cycling gemeldet.