Registration now open

Dear Alpenbrevisti and all those who want to become one

Get your agenda and fat pen and open the year 2022, because it is fixed: The Swiss Cycling Alpenbrevet will take place next year on September 3, 2022!

And now that you have entered this date in your calendar, you can immediately head for the next step: The registration for the Swiss Cycling Alpenbrevet 2022. Which is open from now on! Especially the Platinum and Gold Tour are very popular. Due to the limited number of participants we strongly advise you to register as soon as possible. You can find all information about the routes here.

Are you unsure or undecided whether you want to take part in the Swiss Cycling Alpenbrevet 2022? Or have you never participated and need some convincing? Then our highlight clip of the Alpenbrevet 2021 is guaranteed to help you decide.

We are pleased to announce that there will again be a special train from Fiesch to Andermatt early in the morning on September 3, 2022. So there is the possibility to stay overnight in Goms and to arrive comfortably and in time by train at the start on the event day. You can find accommodation offers in Goms here >.
We will again be offering multi-bed and mass accommodation. As soon as the offer is available, we will inform you.

We are already looking forward to organizing the Swiss Cycling Alpenbrevet 2022 for you. The preparations are already running at full speed. We are convinced that we will be able to offer you another unforgettable Swiss Cycling Alpine Brevet on September 3, 2022 – based on the experience and knowledge gained from the great event in 2021.

So choose the tour that suits your level and experience an unforgettable cycling adventure in the Swiss Alps. We look forward to seeing you!

Until then all the best and stay healthy,

Gabriel Dietrich
Project Manager

P.S.: We think that two years of pandemic are enough! Accordingly, we are currently planning without it. Should it become apparent that there will still be an influence on the Swiss Cycling Alpenbrevet, we will of course inform you about any adjustments.

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