WeBo is a freeware application to generate and manage evaluation sheets for artistic and unicycling.

In addition, athletes and teams from any number of clubs can be managed and announcements can be created for championships and tournaments.
It offers extensive interfaces for data exchange.

The entire text of the regulations is included and is available directly when searching for an exercise. As a special highlight, the images and videos of the multimedia regulations are integrated.

WeBo is available on multiple plattforms such like Windows, Linux, MacOS-X and Android.



The version 4.4.6 contains only a few new features but a very extensive restructuring of the software. I hope that no serious errors have crept in.

There are the following improvements:

  • email:
    • Several email addresses can be specified as contact persons for the association.
    • The teams can be assigned an email address, which will also be passed on in the announcements.
    • For sending, the parameters can be adapted to the most common mail programs.
  • teams:
    • Improved recognition of identical or similar teams and sheets.
    • Different team compositions are recognized even with the same programs.
    • Substitute athletes will be notified in the registration.
    • Existing teams can be modified at any time.
    • In the sheet input, substitute athletes are available for selection; athletes can be swapped.
  • The competition selection is taken from the Hallenrad.org calendar.


The Version 4.4.5 is now available  with the following changes:
  • regulations validated until end of 2024
  • the 64-bit linux version supports the newest Kuras ME5 data format.
The German translation of the artistic cycling regulations are no longer hosted at rad-net.de (BDR)
Nervertheless the last published version is still available in WeBo



This detailed documentation is part of the download and available as online-help.

At this point you have the opportunity to take a look at the functionality and usability of the application before downloading it.


The tutorials are intended to help you get started with the software, but they are not intended as a substitute for the extensive documentation for the individual programs.


System requirements

Hardware requirements:
CPU: Intel: Pentium(R) -M, 4
AMD: Opteron, Athlon 64
RAM: min. 256 MB
Discspace: 100 MB
Display: min. 800x600 resolution
1024x768 recommended

Operating system:
Windows: XP, Vista, Windows 7, 10, 11
Linux 32: min. Kernel 3.13 (Ubuntu 14.04)
Linux 64: min. Kernel 3.13 (Ubuntu 14.04)
MacOS: min. OS 10.12 (Sierra)
Android: min. Version 2.1 (zooming ab Version 2.3 )
Raspbian: min. Raspbian 7 (wheezy)


This Fullversion includes the application itself, the needed libraries, the regulations (HTML + PDF) of all available languages as well as the online-help in English and German.

You will get detailed instructions on downloading and installing after selecting the desired operating system.





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