Safety concepts: Our add-ons in action
Helmets and protective equipment are an indispensable part of today’s bike sport. However, the aspect of safety goes much further. Of course, the responsibility is not only limited to the athletes themselves but extends to the associated sports complexes. Safety and risk management must be given high priority in the planning and construction of a bike facility. The aim is not only to reduce the accident rate, but to ensure the greatest possible riding experience. When planning the design of trails and facilities, multiple aspects must be coordinated in order to create a thoroughly coherent picture. Trail, safety and signage concepts must intertwine in order to achieve the full potential of a bike facility. Such an implementation is exemplified by the bike park, Bikewelt Schöneck. There, the aspect of safety goes far beyond mere signage and the marking or securing of hazardous areas. Thus, the entire area was divided into multiple sections of rescue. As a result, a rescue guide for the police and emergency services was developed. The entire signage and protection processes of the bike facility is based on this well-thought-out principle. These aspects work coherently to function as maximum safety precautions for visitors and range from simple drops to complex wooden constructions. Any artificial elements are possible.
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