The Bart Brentjens Challenge is a mountain bike race organized by Bart Brentjens, a Dutch professional mountain biker who won the gold medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. The race typically takes place in the Netherlands, in the province of Limburg, in the month of September. The race offers several different routes, with the longest being around 100km. The Bart Brentjens Challenge is a challenging race, with steep climbs and technical descents, that attracts a large number of elite and recreational riders from around the world. The race is also considered a qualifier for the UCI Marathon Series. The event is also a fundraiser for Bart Brentjens' foundation, the Bart Brentjens Bike4Life foundation, which aims to promote cycling and healthy living in developing countries.
There were 32 rides mentioning "Bart Brentjens Challenge" in this week , burning 56415 calories (that's 1763 kCal each)
5 countries: Nederland, The Netherlands, Netherlands, Belgium, Poland