The 2017 Budapest to Zagreb cycle team

Student Budapest to Zagreb Cycle 2019

  • When TBC
  • Where Budapest
  • Type Student
Want to take part?

Join the four-day, 260 mile cycle route that takes you through Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia.

Last year we launched our brand new cycle, Budapest to Zagreb, with huge success. The four-day, 260 mile cycle route takes you through Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia giving you a great opportunity to see the sights and experiences what these stunning countries have to offer.

You start in the heart of Budapest and have an afternoon to explore the city before starting the cycle on day two. Take a dip in Lake Balaton to cool off and enjoy the hearty local food to fuel your cycle. Once we arrive in Zagreb you’ll be rewarded with a night of celebrations and a morning to explore the city. You could even extend your stay and head down to the beautiful Croatian coast to take a well-earned break after your challenge.

You will receive extensive support, access to our fundraising resources, training guide and have regular meetings with your team hosted by your Team Leader on campus.

Registration Fee: TBC

Fundraising Target: £1,950

Want to know more?

Download the info pack

If you have any questions about the challenge please contact the team by emailing students@breastcancernow.org or complete our online form.

You can also come along to one of our university information meetings.

What's it like to take part? Watch our video to find out: 

Need help with your fundraising?

Get helpful tips and ideas on making your challenge fundraising successful with our handy Student Fundraising Guide.

Keep in touch via our exclusive Student Facebook community or tweet us @breastcancernow

Location, venue and travel

The starting venue

Budapest

Got any questions?

We would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have. Contact our Challenge Events team on:

Telephone: 0207 025 2483 Email: events@breastcancernow.org

You can also enquire about an event by completing our online form.