If you register for the CYCLING FOR CHILDREN event, you receive a link to confirm your participation and order your cycling jersey. Shortly before the event, participants will receive a confirmation by e-mail. Please bring this confirmation with you to collect your jersey and starter kit.
Please note that we can only guarantee your jersey size if you complete your registration by 15 April 2018.
«Champion for Children»
If you manage to raise CHF 2,500 on your donations page by April 15, 2018, you will receive a jersey in a special colour, printed with your name and the title «Champion for Children».
Teams with 8 or more members
Teams with 8 or more members will get the opportunity to have their team’s name as well as up to 6 company logos printed on the back of their cycling jerseys. Team captains will be notified by UNICEF so they can put through the order.
Pick your size
Please take note of the size chart below when ordering your cycling jersey. The jerseys feature a narrow, athletic cut. If you’re unsure about the size, we recommend to order the larger one. There are no separate sizes for children. Children between 5 and 13 years will get an event T-shirt. Please choose the right size on the registration form for children.
S3 = XS/36 (bust girth 82–86 cm)
S4 = S/38 (bust girth 86–90 cm)
S6 = M/42 (bust girth 94–98 cm)
S8 = L/46 (bust girth 104–110 cm)
S9 = XL/48 (bust girth 110–116 cm)
4 = XS/46 (bust girth 90–94 cm)
5 = S/48 (bust girth 94–98 cm)
6 = M/50 (bust girth 98–102 cm)
8 = L/54 (bust girth 106–110 cm)
10 = XL/58 (bust girth 114–118 cm)
Picking up your jersey and starter’s package (starting number & chip for measurement of time and number of laps)
Your jersey (with or without logo print) will be ready for you to pick up at the Cycling Village at Place d’Ycoor, Montana, during the following hours: Friday,8 June, 4 pm to 9 pm and Saturday, 9 June, 7 am to 2 pm. Please make sure to bring your e-mail confirmation (printed out or on your smart phone). In the case of team orders with 8 or more members, the team captains are responsible for picking up the jerseys of their entire team.