It's official, the 25th edition of the Tour CIBC Charles-Bruneau will take place in 2021!

A revised format for the event has been put in place so that it can take place regardless of the level of alert decreed by the Government next summer.

On July 9, 2021, participants registered for trek of 100 km and more will all be gathered on the same loop that will circle the Montérégie. A cause, a journey!

At the same time, a remote formula will allow all cyclists in Quebec to join the great Tour family. A cause, my journey!

In the event that the region is in an orange or red zone on that date, the Tour will adopt an entirely remote formula.

The Boucherville Discovery Trek remain the same.

IN 2021, LET'S ALL RIDE TOGETHER TOWARDS A CANCER-FREE FUTURE FOR CHILDREN!

 

Formula for cyclists registered for trek of 100 km and more

The cyclists will be gathered in three groups, departing from Bromont, Rougemont and Saint-Hyacinthe. They will pass successively to the same break-out locations, thus crossing paths with different pelotons, volunteers and Foundation employees.

In order to limit the opportunities for gatherings, the groups of each start will be divided into small pelotons. In addition, participants will be invited to go to their meeting point by their own means on the morning of departure.

The quality of supervision on the road, the signature of the Tour, will remain the same and our caravans will ensure the safety of cyclists.

A virtual ceremony will take place at the end of the day to unveil the amount raised.

The registration fee for this package is $ 200 per person. This includes the jersey, bib or shorts, gloves, socks, cap and two water bottles.

The fundraising amount is $ 2,500.

 

Formula for cyclists registered for the 50 and 80 km trek

The routes remain the same! The formula will be adapted in order to group cyclists into small pelotons. Ride with colleagues or friends on an accessible loop in the Boucherville region.

The quality of supervision on the road, the signature of the Tour, will remain the same.

A virtual ceremony will take place at the end of the day to unveil the amount raised.

The registration fee is $ 80 per person. This includes the Tour jersey, socks and water bottle.

The fundraising amount is $ 500 for the 50 km route and $ 1,000 for the 80 km route.

 

Remote participation

A cause, my journey!

Take a short or a long tour: you choose your trek! Ride 50 or 80 km, corresponding to the Discovery trek, or the 140 km of the Tour loop. Want to do more? Travel the equivalent of a 2 days (300 km), 4 days (600 km) or even 6 days (1000 km) trek during the week of the Tour. Show your colors!

Whether you are from Gaspésie or Abitibi, it is possible to ride remotely and be part of the Tour CIBC Charles-Bruneau family!

* We will offer you suggested routes in all regions of Quebec.

This remote formula has also been put in place for any cyclist, who in the context of COVID-19, would not wish to participate in the face-to-face Cycling Tour, even if all measures will be in place to ensure safety and participant health.

One thing is certain, on Friday July 9, 2021, we will all ride together towards a cancer-free future for children.

Registration fees:

- $ 80 - includes the Tour jersey, socks and water bottle

- $ 200 - includes jersey, shorts, gloves, socks, cap and two water bottles

The fundraising for any remote participation is $ 500.

 

Here you will find various questions you might ask yourself concerning the formula for the 25th edition of the Tour and, of course, our answers!

 

If you have any questions that we have not answered, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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