The RadCHECK event, organized by the Student Health Management SHM BeTaBalance, aims to reach many students and not only enable them to get around safely and actively by bicycle in their everyday studies, but also to raise awareness of the health-promoting potential that this offers.
The BikeCHECK takes place in cooperation with the ADFC in a peer-to-peer approach by students for students. Beforehand, there will be a bike repair workshop in the form of a multiplier training to become a bike CHECKER, which is offered by the University Sports in cooperation with an ADFC expert.
Those who would like to participate as "RadCHECKER" in the RadCHECK event can be trained beforehand by a Multiplier training a multiplier training of the ADFC. More detailed information will be published semester by semester in the course program of the university sports.
BikeCHECKERS will perform the BikeCHECK together with the ADFC on the students' bicycles at the event from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in exchange for an expense allowance (corresponding to a trainer).
On 26.04.2022, the second RadCHECK event took place after a three-year break due to the pandemic. It was opened by greetings from the deputy director of the institute Prof. Dr. Tim Pawlowski and the returning speakers Lord Mayor Boris Palmer and the head of university sports Ingrid Arzberger. Good mood for the following RadCHECK gave us the dance group Saltantes with their performance. Not only were numerous bicycles - 120 in number - checked by the hard-working BICYCLE CHECKERS, but there was also the opportunity to look after one's own bicycle. In addition, visitors could shoot bows, donate to the Ukrainians, have their bicycles ergonomically adjusted by the Techniker Krankenkasse (health insurance company), and quench their thirst at the sports department.