Relay

1. KCM Relay: 3 Starters = 216 KM | 4600 HM | 11 July 2021

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START | Kitzbuehel

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Pass Thurn

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Handover Wald im Pinzgau

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Gerlos Pass

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Kerschbaumer Sattel

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Handover Brixlegg

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Kitzbüheler Horn

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FINISH | Alpenhaus

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Section 1

Kitzbühel – Wald im Pinzgau
Ca. 50 KM – 650 HM

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Section 2

Wald im Pinzgau – Brixlegg
Ca. 75 KM – 1350 HM

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Section 3

Brixlegg – Kitzbüheler Horn
Ca. 95 KM – 2600 HM

The relay competition of the Kitzbühel Cycle Marathon consists of 3 sections, each starter is only allowed to ride his section and then has to finish the race.

Starting at the “Vorderstadt” in Kitzbuehel the course leads over the “Pass Thurn” in the “Pinzgau” onto the “Gerloser Bundesstraße”. The route offers a marvellous glimpse at the „Großvenediger“ and the “Krimmler Wasserfälle” before passing a steep climb at the new “Alpenstraße of Gerlos”. With two mountain passes the course then heads towards “Zillertal” to “Bruck”. The flat ride ends by overcoming the „Kerschbaumer Sattel“. This mountain pass is devoted to its narrow and sharp streets heading to the “Alpbachtal”. Arrived there, the race route directs to „Brixlegg” and „Kramsach“ including a loop over the “Brandenberg” to get to “Angerberg” over the “Brixtal” in order to return back to “Kitzbuehel”. There, the final climb and steepest cycling mountain of Austria is waiting: the “Kitzbueheler Horn”!