This is an AIR approved Brevets de Randonneurs Mondiaux (BRM) sanctioned by ACP.
ACP rules for BRMs Worldwide are to be followed strictly.
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Additional Rules are applicable in India - Please ensure that you have read and understood them
The Brevet will start from Taj Vivanta, Khanapara, Guwahati and continue till some distance ahead of Raha. At 101km, Riders will make a U - turn and ride back to Guwahati with the Veterinary Field, Khanapara as the final culminating point. The entire Ride will be on the National Highway 37 and hence Brevet 37. Riders will manoeuvre some gradient Khanapara onwards and then continue on more or less plain route.
The Ride will take one through a couple of prominent towns including Jagiroad and Raha.
Jagiroad, in Morigaon district of Assam state houses the Nagaon Paper Mill besides having Asia's biggest dry fish market. The Tiwa (Lalung) community form the majority in this area.
The Nagaon Paper Mill, established in 1970,is the first paper mill in the world to produce Kraft pulp in Kamyr Continuous Digester with 100% bamboo as raw material.
Raha is a small town in Nagaon district with the rivers, Kolong and Kopili flowing along it. Raha has another claim to fame in that it is also the birth place of Sri Gopinath Bordoloi, the first chief minister of Assam.
The Ride, as in with almost all rides in Assam, will take one through green suburbs and tree lined routes. It will also take riders close to a town in news now. Yes, the town being referred to is Dhing, made famous by one of its worthy daughters, the champion sprinter, Hima Das.
Friendly faces and waving children are sure to ease the weariness to a great extent. One can look forward to a satisfying ride and a great sense of achievement at the end of it.
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Event Fee: 600
HDFC Account No: 07581000045530
IFSC Code: HDFC0000758