Swedish Ultrabike 610 is an ultra bike race in RAAM-style over 610 km in Sweden. Race HQ and start in Köping.
SUb 610 was first held in 2016 and with the full 610 km distance as RAAM Qualifier since 2017.
Since the 2019 SUb 610 edition the shorter distances of 310 km and 150 km are also available.
Andreas Holm Gylling from Denmark holds the course record since his win in SUb 610 2017 with 18 hours 53 minutes 24 seconds.
Maximum time for being qualified for RAAM as well as being an official finisher is 30 hours (new limit for 2019). The time stations are often small towns .
The SUb 610 races are open to solo riders, two person teams, tandems as well as other muscular driven vehicles such as velomobiles and recumbents.
The race HQ and start is in Köping, 150 km from Stockholm. The course, on roads with mostly very limited traffic, takes you through sparsely populated areas and past beautiful lakes in vast pine forests. Small towns and villages do appear here and there. Many rather short climbs add up to nearly 5000 meters of elevation gain on the 610 course.
RAAM-style ultramarathon cycling is
- non stop racing from start to finish.
- a follow vehicle is mandatory
- your follow vehicle carries food, drink, clothes and spare parts to help you focus on the riding and minimize stop time. You facilitate the vehicle and crew.
- non drafting.
- racing along a fixed route on public roads.
This longdistance weekend is organized by CK Distans.