Invitation to the BRM 200 km Tudum brevet 2014

We invite you to overcome by your cycles at Saturday May 3rd, from 8 o’clock in the morning 205 kilometers in length and 1,700 meters in height on Tudum brevet 2014. Start and finish will be at Sveta Nedelja.

Circular trail will lead you to the Croatian Zagorje to the southern slopes of the Ivanščica and Strahinščica, by rarely ridden roads, to view Zagorje zelene (green) from close. Continuation will lead between Strahinščica and Kunagora and introduce in a river Sutle valley at which will drives the next 60 kilometers. You will be able to enjoy in landscapes of Dolenjska and Žumberak after the passing by across the border of the Republic of Slovenia and climbing at a small saddle between of Kunšperk and Rožce. In basic route looks like this : Sveta Nedelja – Podsused – Kraljev Vrh – Gornja Stubica – Poznanovec – Budinščina – Belec – Lobor – Stari and Novi Golubovec – Radoboj – Krapina – Hum na Sutli – Prišlin – Zagorska Sela – Bistrica ob Sotli – Brežice – Bregana – Sveta Nedelja.

Brevet was timed at 13:30 hours, which means that we will in order to Sveta Nedelja wait until 21:30. Besides always mandatory pieces of equipment helmets, reflective vests and lights for those who think the marathon finish in the dark essential identity card or passport because it will twice cross the state border between the Republic of Croatia and Slovenia. See you at the start!



The starting fee is 75 HRK. You can order commemorative medals (70 HRK) after successful completion of brevet. You can register till May 1st at midnight. Your application must include your name, address, date of birth, email address and phone number of mobile phone. Sign up (here) sibabic (at) gmail (dot) com.



  • Road book BRM 200 km Tudum brevet 2014
  • Map BRM km Tudum brevet 2014
  • In order to complete the ‘paper work’ on time, come to the start at least at 7:30. Each participant has to sign the Liability statement, and will get the Road book, map and brevet card.
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