The better prepared you are, the more fun you will have at the event. Go at your own pace and, most importantly, have fun!
At the starting site and at the lunch stop, a mechanical repair service is offered to fix minor problems (flat tire, adjustments, etc.) but not to make major repairs.
The cost of replacement parts, if any, is at the participant’s expense.
On the road
Vehicles (mechanical, support, first aid motorcycle) will cover the course to assist you in case of a problem. You’ll also come across certified bike supervisors – certified in first aid and qualified to perform mechanical repairs.
If you need help, just give us a thumbs down.
If you are not able to finish your day, you can get into a support vehicle with your bicycle.
Don’t hesitate to use this service if you have a serious problem, but note that it is an emergency service and not a cab.
A few guidelines on the road
During the Challenge, the roads are open to traffic. As a user of the road network, you must therefore respect the Quebec Highway Safety Code. In addition to the usual rules (traffic lights, stops, etc.), it is important not to drive four wide, but to drive in a line on the right side of the road.