About this ride
- Date: saturday May 28th
- Registration: 13:00
- Rider briefing: 13:55
- Ride-out: 14:00
- Venue: In Den Vetten Os
Just a ride to visit Nicolas … Enjoy the views, the climbing, … and the special atmosphere of riding at night through the Ardennes.
We strongly advise registering beforehand on mybrevet.cc. Your brevet card will be available for pickup at the start.
Show up and ride is still possible, please make sure to bring a filled-out registration form and exact change ( € 8). Payment via Payconiq is also possible.
Since this is a night ride we are referring to article 6 of the BRM regulations. Every rider should have a front and rear light (make sure you have a backup light) and should have a high vis vest. Every rider (pre-registered or day registration) can have a bike check before receiving their brevet card. For your own safety please make sure you are in order.
You can find all info on this page.
* Mur will be opened at 09:00. There is a control question published at the door or a free control is allowed (bakery open at 06:00, Carrefour Express open at 08:00)
Since we are riding at night and through a rather remote area please check the route in advance for supply points. Here are some points of interest listed:
GPX Route & Directions
Download final GPX (09-05-2022):
– complete route: BRM 400 - The Noble Ride - FULL (9 downloads)
– outward route: BRM 400 - The Noble Ride - OUTWARD (2 downloads)
– return route: BRM 400 - The Noble Ride - RETURN (1 download)
Download cue sheet: The Noble Ride - Roadbook (5 downloads)
At Leuven Randonneurs we consciously choose to go off the beaten track. This means that we make as much use as possible of the B roads. In the southern part of the country, these are roads that can be of poor quality (route dégradée). Think of potholes in the road, small stretches of unpaved road, cobblestones, etc. We are convinced that these roads are an added value to the route and the experience. We assume that every randonneur can assess the danger and adapt his or her riding style. We explore every ride with a bike with a minimum tire width of 23mm.