The main aim of testing the time measurement stations, performed at the beginning of January, was to simulate a most realistic race situation. Team Bergzeithelden enlisted cyclists of all abilities in order to achieve a most genuine test. The team, headed by organiser Hans-Jürgen Wirth is proud to announce that there were – in addition to male and female amateur cyclists –current and former professional cyclists participating in the tests.Amongst others, Bergzeithelden was able to welcome the new signing of team Caja Rural Seguros, Lluis Mas. The 24 year old, born in SesSalines (Mallorca) moved only at the end of the 2013 season from the Spanish team Burgos to teamCaja Rural Seguros. He achieved the test run of the 8km(5miles) longColl de Sa Batalla route in an astonishing 18min36sec. Well done Lluis, rest assured that no one will probably beat yourrecord anytime soon. The former professional cyclist Toni TaulerLlull: 4-times Tour de France-, and Silver Medal (Peking, 2008)winner, also participated in the test run. Born in Santa Margalida, the Majorcan completed the route with of many hairpin bends, that is leading up to the petrol station in the fabulous time of 19min6sec. Toni, who now runs the training campTaulertraining, will be on the leader board in his category of Bergzeitheldenfor a long time. Well done to you also, Toni for your incredible time. In addition, Bergzeithelden wants to thank everyone else participating in the test runs.