Neusiedler See Radmarathon

Saturday 20.04.2024 - 21.04.2024
125 - 26 TT km
Mörbisch am See, Burgenland

The Neusiedlersee Radmarathon one hour south of Vienna has its unique course through the Unesco World Heritage region in the far east of Austria. The 32nd edition of the event with a time trial and granfondo will for the third time be a qualifier event for the UCI Gran Fondo World Series.


Burgenland is the Austrian region at the south eastern part of the country next to the Hungarian border. The region has also small borders with Slovenia in the south and Slovakia in the east.

With 300 days of sunshine and a wide range of excursion destinations, Burgenland offers exciting experiences for the whole family. UNESCO World Heritage site Lake Neusiedl, castles, palaces, museums and impressive natural landscapes are just waiting to be discovered.

The region is perfect to ride your bike with the minor slopes and the mild Pannonian climate which allows a longer outdoor season and the different topographies guarantee a refreshing change.

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Road race

The Neusiedlersee Radmarathon is a 127km race around the Neusiedlersee lake and can be considered as a flat, fast and tactical race with only some minor hills in the beginning. The start at an elevation of 100m follows the first 2km of the time trial on Saturday and reaches its highest point after 10km where riders cross the Hungarian border to have a 40km loop in Hungary before entering Austria again for a loop around the lake. All these roads are mainly flat and the only option for an attack might be with 10km to go to the finish when leaving Oslip where the road goes up again towards Morbisch.

Time Trial

The time trial on Saturday is a mainly flat 25km time trial with 210m of elevation. The race starts with a 2km climb out of town and there is another steep kilometer in between km 19-20, but the rest is flat and fast rolling with the finish very close to where the start has been given in the town center of Morbisch am See.