Super-Brevet
BERLIN-MUNICH-BERLIN

The bike marathon from Berlin to Munich and back.

Be part of the Super-Brevet Berlin-Munich-Berlin 2023

It all starts at 8:00 o'clock at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. Your tour towards Munich will take you past the Leipzig Monument to the Battle of Nations, through Grunewald, Germany's largest city forest and up the hill into the historic castle of Stefling.
Be part of the BMB community: either for the whole route (1500 km) or as a One-Way trip from Berlin to Munich.

We as the BMB-Crew are going to take care of everything else! You will enjoy a pre-tested track, organic and vegan food, a bag drop and a lot more! You can expect a colorful group of bike-crazy participants as well as a highly motivated team of organizers. 🙂
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Route

Checkpoints

The 1,500 km route is being planned in great detail. The route is topographically diverse and includes numerous altimeters. On your One-Way trip from Berlin to Munich you will be challenged by about 5,500 altimeters, and riding the round trip you will master around 12,000 altimeters in total.

During your journey you will get to enjoy Germany’s countryside as well as vibrant cities awaiting your arrival. 

A few weeks prior to the start we will provide you with the individual tracks of the route as well as with the detailed maps. Until that day, our hard-working test driver Ben will be riding the entire tour to make sure that you can look forward to maximum comfort on the road! 🙂

Our control stations are equipped with sweet and savory snacks, drinks and electrolytes. On the way, you can arrange the catering according to your own needs and requirements. Besides a bag-drop we also offer you showers and sleeping facilities on the way to Munich and on the return trip, too.

We start on 27.07.2023 at 8:00 A.M. at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. After a maximum of 128 hours, on 01.08.2023 at 16:00  P.M. the race will be closed. For the One-Way route Berlin-Munich we’ve set 64 hours as the upper time limit for you to reach the finish line (that's half of the total time, for half of the way).

START Berlin, Olympic Stadium
Thursday at 8:00 A.M.

C1. Leipzig (approx. 200 km)
Opening hours: From Thu. 14:00 P.M. until Thu. 21:00 P.M.
Equipped with: BMB-Catering-Car (Snacks & Drinks), public restroom

C2. Waldershof (approx. 425 km)
Opening hours: From Thu. 21:00 P.M. until Fri. 20:00 P.M.
Equipped with: Catering (warm meals, snacks & drinks), showers, restroom, access to Bag-Drop, place to rest (e.g. for powernap) 

C3. Regensburg (approx. 575 km)
Opening hours: From Fri. 09:00 A.M. until Sat. 08:00 A.M.
Equipped with: Catering (warm meals, snacks & drinks), showers, restroom, place to rest (e.g. for powernap) 

C4. Munich (approx. 720 km)
Opening hours: From Fri. 16:00 P.M. until Sat. 24:00 P.M.
Equipped with: Catering (warm meals, snacks & drinks), showers, restroom, return of Bag-Drop for all participants riding One-Way

C5. Regensburg (approx. 840 km)
Opening hours: From Fri. 22:00 P.M. until Sat. 24:00 P.M.
Equipped with: Catering (warm meals, snacks & drinks), showers, restroom, place to rest (e.g. for powernap) 

C6. Waldershof (approx. 1.000 km)
Opening hours: From Sat. 12:00 A.M. until Sun. 20:00 P.M.
Equipped with: Catering (warm meals, snacks & drinks), showers, restroom, access to Bag-Drop, place to rest (e.g. for powernap) 

C7. Dresden (approx. 1.250 km)
Opening hours: From Sun. 08:00 A.M. until Mon. 18:00 P.M.
Equipped with: Catering (warm meals, snacks & drinks), showers, restroom, place to rest (e.g. for powernap) 

C8. Lutherstadt Wittenberg (approx. 1.400 km)
Opening hours: -, free checkpoint (24h gas station)

FINISH Berlin
Opening hours: Tues. until 16:00 P.M.

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Registration

The participation fee for the total distance (Berlin-Munich-Berlin) is 275,-- Euro. For the One-Way route (Berlin-Munich) it's 235,-- Euro. The following services are covered by your participation fee:
  • Curated track (as GPX track and at komoot)
  • Welcome-Bag
  • Dinner the day before the start 
  • Catering along the track
  • Bag-Drop to Waldershof
  • Free shipping from the Bag-Drop to your home (within Europe)
  • Finisher-Medal
  • Organic and vegan food, snacks & drinks


    After your registration you will receive an email with the payment details. You can expect more detailed information about the track, the venue, checkpoints etc. a few weeks prior to the start of the event. For each track the maximum number of registries is 75 riders.

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Team

Ben Urbanke

Ben Urbanke

Ben ist langjähriger Brevetfahrer. Sein Playground sind Strecken wie LEL oder Paris Brest Paris. Die Idee zu BMB kam ihm 2017, als er spontan von Berlin nach München mit Rad statt mit dem Zug fuhr.

Lea Langrock

Lea Langrock

Lea ist bei BMB zuständig für Design, Website und Ablaufplanung.


Thorsten Stening

Thorsten Stening

Passionierter Langstreckler, hat mit Burning Roads bereits ein legendäres, erfolgreiches Langstreckenevent etabliert.

Michael Scheibe

Michael Scheibe

Auf der Suche nach dem CheckPoint Verantwortlichen für Dresden stand Michael (ambitionierter Jedermannfahrer) sofort parat: "Die Radsportverrückten Randonneure zu unterstützen ist doch Ehrensache".

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