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Mumbai BRM-200 - Ride To The Other Side!

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Mumbai BRM-200 - Ride To The Other Side!

Time: January 14, 2012 from 6am to 7:30pm
Location: Thane
Street: L.B.S. Marg / Eastern Express Highway - Intersection
City/Town: Mumbai
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Phone: 98 Two Zero 636364
Event Type: brm, 400, km, endurance, long-distance, mumbai, self-supported
Organized By: Anil Uchil
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2012

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Event Description

Mumbai Randonneurs' fourth Brevet in the 2011-12 season... 

200-km BRM (Ride To The Other Side!)

Start (Control Point 1): Eternity Mall, Thane West (near the intersection of L.B.S. Road and Eastern Express Highway)
Time: 6.00 am, Saturday, 14 January 2012
[Report by 5.40 to complete the formalities in time.] 

Turnaround (Control Point 2): Malshej Ghat, NH 222 (Watch out for the vehicle with the Ride Officials

End (Control Point 3): Kalyan Railway Station (Unmanned; swipe your card at any of the ATMs outside Kalyan station, on the right)
Time: 7.30 pm, Saturday, 14 January 2012

Helmet, front and rear lights, reflective vest compulsory... your safety matters... a lot!  

Register by filling out the Registration Form.

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Comment by Chandramouly, BS on January 13, 2012 at 8:50am

Thanks to Anil and Stanley for the advise. I will change my tires tonite and ride the BRM tomorrow.

Excited and keeping my fingers crossed for my first brevet.

C U all tomorrow morning in Thane.

Comment by Anil Uchil on January 13, 2012 at 1:55am

Chandramouly, please use the 26 x 1.75 tyres for all your regular on-road rides, be it in the city or longer tours... Switch to the 26 x 2.1 knobby ones only when you are going offroading, or if your intended route has some seriously bad roads...

btw, you need to register for the BRM-200... please click on this link:  Registration Form.

all the best... ride safe... have fun... :-)

Comment by Stanley lobo on January 12, 2012 at 10:58am

the only advice anyone will really give you is a very generic statement youve probably already heard

"Its not about the bike" :P

that being said, go with the 1.75s 

Comment by Chandramouly, BS on January 11, 2012 at 6:34pm
need some cycling gyan from the gurus of cycling brevets.
What tires do you recommend that i put on my trek 4500 for this brevet??
I own a set each of 26x2.1 knobbly mtb and 26x1.75 touring semislick tyres.
Your advise will help me. Thanks in advance.
Comment by Sunil Gandhi on January 11, 2012 at 2:04pm

Interesting Wikki explaing the term "Elevation Gain".   

The route for the BRM 200 has an elevation  Gain = 1275 mtrs.  So be prepared for a Good Climb.

Comment by Sunil Gandhi on January 11, 2012 at 1:06pm

OK the Vacant Rack Space has been Taken. The offer stands withdrawn !!

Comment by Stanley lobo on January 9, 2012 at 4:34pm

Cheers sunil ! 

Comment by Sunil Gandhi on January 9, 2012 at 2:21pm

Ppl attempting 200 km BRM got a spare space for 1 cycle on my Rack. Plan to drive down to Mulund from Vile Parle(E) , leave the Car there, do the BRM  and  for return Journey after BRM  1) Catch a train from Kalyan to Thane/Mulund  and Drive down  to Vile Parle (E).  2) Cycle Down to Mulund (Seems tough after gruelling 203 kms).  I am assuming an avg speed of 18 kph for completing the BRM, so if you too are nearabout, book that space.  Plan to Leave Vile Parle by 5.00 am and take the Highway & JVLR route to Mulund.

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