Every four years cyclists from all over the world come to France for the legendary Paris-Brest-Paris bicycle marathon. They have to ride 1230 km in no more than under 90 hours. A grueling fight against hills, cold and exhaustion. BREVET is the movie about this fight.

1230

KILOMETERS

11000

ALTITUDE DIFFERENCE

6000

CYCLISTS

28000

BAGUETTES

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The debutant

Michael Kopmann

Michael (36) completed three Ironman Thriathlons. For the last two years the engineer has focused on long distance bicycle riding. 600 km at a stretch has been his maximum. At Paris-Brest-Paris he wants to go beyond his personal limits.

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The ambitious

Sina Witte

Sina (37) has lived in Paris for ten years. She participated in Paris-Brest-Paris once before in 2011. She was the fifth-fastest woman then, with a time of 68.5 hours. This time she wants to be even faster – on a steel bike which is the same age as her.

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The old hand

Claus Czycholl

Claus (72) is a legend in the German randonneur scene. 24 years ago, in 1991, he was one of only two German starters at Paris-Brest-Paris. Ever since he hasn´t missed a single race. It is his 7th start at PBP and he is determined that it will be his 7th finish..