80 or 100 km Découverte
POSTPONED TO 2021
Done
june 7 Montréal

Marked route open to motorists, except the last 35 km on the regular car-free route of the Tour de l’Île. Possibility of shortening the route to 80 km.

Program for the day
At the start line

The start will be staggered from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m

 

Since the Tour takes place mainly on streets open to motor traffic, cyclists will leave in small groups in order to ensure the smooth flow of traffic along the route and increase the comfort of all road users.

On the route

Depending on your energy level, choose to continue on the 80-km route or the 100-km route.

 

The route is marked off by yellow road signs, which will also indicate the presence of different service points, approximately every 20 km (water and toilets), and the lunchtime rest stop.

Lunchtime rest stop

Midway, take time to relax at the lunchtime area… so you can spring back into action! Enjoy your lunch, included in your registration.

 

Offered services: water, toilets, first aid and mechanical assistance.

The last kilometers

To integrate into the classic route of the Tour de l’Île de Montréal on closed-off streets and enjoy the rest areas services, you will have to reach a specific intersection at a specific time. You will find this information in the notice sent by mail.

 

Offered services in the rest areas: water, toilets, first aid, mechanical assistance, Bikeinfo and food trucks.

 

Enjoy your CHOCOLATE MILK at the first or second rest stop (to confirm).

 

DESJARDINS marks your progress and encourages you to keep going with a smile on your face!

Entertainment as of 11 a.m.

Enjoy our partners’ activities at the finish site:

  • Pick up your CHOCOLATE MILK
  • Soar up into the sky aboard the Grande roue LE LAIT
  • Share your photos by using the #MTLmoments
  • And many other activities, mainly those of our partners: DESJARDINS, SPORTS EXPERTS, DUPROPRIO and KIND snacks.
Feel like a snack after the Tour?


Starting at 11 a.m., treat yourself to Recettes d’ici at Jeanne-Mance Park. Gourmet menu to come. Inspiration: recettesdici.com

Ready for your Tour?

Once registered, you will receive a notice and your bib by mail. Your bib will give you access to your lunch at the lunchtime rest stop or the finish site, a choice you make when you register.

 

In case of problems along the route? Our volunteer mechanics and first aid will be there to help you. Unable to complete the route? Relief vehicles will drive you to the finish site. To obtain information? Go to Bikeinfo in the rest areas or at the finish site.

Itinerary: 80 or 100 km Découverte

Preliminary route subject to change. Start: Avenue du Parc.

Rates

You win by booking early! Register now

Early Registration
January 1 to April 28, 2020
Regular rate
April 28 to June 3, 2020
Last minute
As of June 3, 2020
Combined Offers
including
Metropolitan Challenge
13-17 years old $20 $20 $20 $40
Adult $58 $72 $86 $115
Vélo Québec Member $49 $61 $73 $98

Info-bib

Registration
before April 30
from April 30 to May 13
from May 14 to 20 (noon)
from May 20 to 29 (noon)
from May 29 to June 1 (noon)
Mailing
May 7 1
May 21 1
May 28 2
May 29 2
June 1 3

1 All destinations 2 Canada only 3 Québec only

Note: Expect a reception delay of a week after the mailing date. For online registration made after the date of the last mailing, the documents can be collected at La Maison des cyclistes (until the day previous to the event) or at the starting point of the event (the morning of the event).

 

 

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