CHALLENGES

E-BIKE accepted for all challenges (except the 808)

The recreational

80 km – 70 km – 150 km

80 km: On the same courses as the other challenges, participants will ride towards Arundel. Once at the refreshments station, instead of continuing on the 202 km course, they will return immediately towards Tremblant Resort, for a total of 80 km. Start and finish lines are at Tremblant Resort, at Place des Voyageurs.

70 km: On the same courses as the other challenges, participants will ride towards St-Donat on Le Nordet. Once at the refreshments station, instead of continuing on the 202 km course, they will return immediately towards Tremblant Resort, for a total of 70 km. Start and finish lines are at Tremblant Resort, at Place des Voyageurs.

Saturday

70 km

Between 2,25 and 3,5 hours
Recreational cyclists

Friday

80 km

Between 2,5 and 4 hours
Recreational cyclists

2 days

150 km combo

70 km + 80 km
Between 5 and 8 hours
Recreational cyclists

The experienced

115 km Loop – 125 km Loop- 240 km Combo

125 km: On the same courses as the other challenges, participants will ride towards Arundel. Once at the timing station, instead of continuing on the 202 km course, they will return immediately towards Tremblant Resort, for a total of 125 km. The distance must be completed in less than 11 hours. Start and finish lines are at Tremblant Resort, at Place des Voyageurs.

115 km: On the same courses as the other challenges, participants will ride towards St-Donat on Le Nordet. Once at the timing station, instead of continuing on the 202 km course, they will return immediately towards Tremblant Resort, for a total of 115 km. The distance must be completed in less than 11 hours. Start and finish lines are at Tremblant Resort, at Place des Voyageurs.

Saturday

115 km Loop

Between 3,5 and 6 hours
1 200 m altitude change
Experienced cyclists

Friday

125 km Loop

Between 4 and 6,5 hours
1 200 m altitude change
Experienced cyclists

2 days

240 km combo

115 km + 125 km
Between 7,5 and 12,5
2 400 m altitude change
Experienced cyclists

The robust

202 km – 404 km

The 404 ride covers a total of 404 kilometres with an elevation of over 4,200 metres. Following the same route as the 808 Challenge, and composed of four legs of about 100 kilometres each, the course can be summarized as follows: departure and arrival at Mont-Tremblant Resort (Place des Voyageurs), with timing stations in Arundel, Tremblant and Saint-Donat. For those riding in daytime only, the first half of the course has to be completed in less than 11 hours on Friday and the second part on Saturday.

Friday

202 km

Between 7 and 12 hours
2 200 m altitude change
Advanced cyclists

2 days

404 km daytime

Between 7 and 12 hours
4 200 m altitude change
Advanced cyclists

THE GRAVEL

90 km – 125 km – 240 km combo – 202 km – 404 km

Coming soon

Saturday

90 km
GRAVEL

Experienced cyclists

Entre 8h et 11h30
Cyclistes de niveau avancé

Saturday

125 km
GRAVEL

Between 5 to 7 hours
Advanced cyclists

2 days

240 km combo
Road + GRAVEL

125 km ROAD on Friday
+ 90 km GRAVEL on Saturday
Between 8,5 and 13 hours
Advanced cyclists

Saturday

202 km
GRAVEL

Between 8 and 11,5 hours
Advanced cyclists

Friday

404 km
GRAVEL

Between 16 and 21 hours
Top-level cyclists
(ultimate level)

The ultimate

404 km – 808 km

Participants must complete the 404 km ride twice in under 48 hours, for a total distance of 808 kilometres and a total elevation of more than 8,400 metres. The route crosses through 17 municipalities in the Laurentians, Lanaudière and Outaouais regions and is composed of eight legs of about 100 kilometres each. Intermediate timing stations in Arundel and Saint-Donat, and passages through Mont-Tremblant Resort, are points at which teams can do their transitions.

Friday

404 km (24h)

Between 15 and 20 hours
4 200 m altitude change
Top-level cyclists

2 days

808 km

SOLO, TEAM OF 2 OR TEAM OF 4
Between 30 and 45 hours
8 400 m altitude change
Top-level cyclists