The first departure (808 Solo) is at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 23, 2017. See the complete schedule for all start times: http://defi808bonneville/com/schedule

The route is a single 404 km loop. Participants in the 808 do the circuit twice. Here are the links to the routes:



Yes, the support vehicle is obligatory; the exception is the 404 km daytime ride. Go to the General Rules page for full details on support vehicles:

The support vehicle and crew are needed for the safety of all participants, especially at night, because the roads are not closed to traffic and there isn’t always a shoulder lane. Any assistance provided by a support crew must take place outside the vehicle; the support team cannot help push or pull a bike nor do any “drafting” with a rider.

Yes, one support vehicle can be assigned to two teams. The members of those teams must ride in pairs during the night portion of the event (6 p.m. to 6 a.m.)

Yes, you may leave a bag at one of the timing stations, which are located in Tremblant, Arundel and St-Donat.

Yes. The timing stations are transition zones for teams as well as places to stop and rest.

Yes. The stations will have energy bars and drinks, water, fruit, etc.

Yes. We ask for a minimum of $400 per participant in the Solo category, $750 for a team of two, and $1,400 for a team of four.

Participants who haven’t achieved the donation minimum will be asked to pay the remainder upon registration on Friday in order to take part in the Bonneville 808 Challenge.

All funds will benefit the Fondation de l’athlète d’excellence du Québec, which supports and guides young student-athletes in their academic and athletic development from the moment their talent emerges to their transition into a career in sports. Learn more about the foundation.

Yes, discounted rates are available at some hotels. See the LODGING section of our website for more details:

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