MRETT p/b Paleo Valley
THREE EVENTS IN ONE
|Monday 1800 BST||Anytime||Sunday 1300 BST|
MRETT is designed to be flexible. There's lots of riding and racing each week so finding a timeslot can be difficult. MRETT lets you choose when to ride. Each week we provide the course and teams choose which day and time they want to ride. Teams set up their own event so there is no long countdown to the start and no other riders interfering.
Just register for each event using the form below and we do the rest! Times will be posted throughout the week and overall results every Monday on our social media channels and via the relevant tab below. Don't have a team? Check discord for teams looking for riders. Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to hear about upcoming events, offers and prize draws.
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In honour of last weeks World Championships we start in Flanders where riders will take on the final 26km of the route. This route is almost plan flat with only 11m of climbing and with several long straight sections it's an opportunity for teams to get back into the TTT groove.
Brighton is a city on the south coast of England and home of Paul Nicholls, the creator of several magic roads, including this one. The course runs between two piers and slowly rises before a fast descent to the finish. Can you keep the lactic acid at bay until you crest the climb and still have something left in the tank for the sprint finish? You will soon find out.
This weeks route was designed by Daniel Neugebauer. It takes you along the shoreline of Attersee in Austria. Some small rollers will require teams to stay alert before a final sting in the tail will have riders gasping for air.
Brando is one of numerous remote Finnish islands. Slightly undulating with some mid length drags, the route is flatter in the second half. It is the perfect length for the TT from the ferry to the lodge at the southern end of the island. The Magic Road skin will be almost a perfect match for this route.
A halloween special courtesy of Paul Nicholls.
The bumps are two bridges across the river. It’s very flat, and apart from the bridges quite straight. It follows the bike path along the river Elbe. Route by Falk Levien of Team Lou Racing.
Slightly shorter than normal at only 16km but it packs some punch. This course was submitted by Mark Rowbottom of Rasio Racing.