MORE SPEED CHOICES | SMALLER GROUPS | FOCUSED ON FLUIDITY
In our continuous efforts to make the participant’s experience the best it can be, this year’s event will feature more pelotons so riders can join smaller groups and select from a wider range of speeds. The ultimate objective is a fluid ride!
*Courses are subject to change.
The Super Fondo - 160 km
|Duration :||Between 5 and 6.5 hours|
|Elevation :||1,710 metres|
|Type of cyclist :||High-level cyclists|
|Speed :||Average speed adapted to the group (between 28 and 30 km / hr)|
The Super Fondo 160 km is designed specifically for experienced cyclists who enjoy a more demanding long-distance challenge. This course takes riders on a long-distance ride with an elevation of over 1,600 meters. The route is similar to the Gran Fondo 125 km but adds an substantial section of the legendary Nordet, a mountainous road linking Lac Supérieur and Saint-Donat. A favourite with the athletes amongst us; nothing compares! In the last portion of the ride, be prepared for some challenging uphill stretches on an impeccably paved surface, followed by long, high-speed descents.
Note: Only one peloton is offered, at one speed adapted to the majority. Team spirit and cooperation come first.
The Gran Fondo - 125km
|Duration :||between 3:30 and 5:30|
|Elevation :||1,199 metres|
|Type of cyclist :||Experienced cyclists|
|Speed :||Average speed adapted to the group (between 32 and 34 km / hr)
Average speed - 30km/hr
Average speed - 27 km/hr
The Gran Fondo is a 125-km loop designed for experienced cyclists who seek a personal challenge in a ride that takes them through the rolling landscapes of the Upper Laurentians. The cyclists will take Montée Ryan, then pedal past the picturesque settings of Brébeuf and St-Rémi d'Amherst, to continue along Rockway Valley’s Hwy 364, which boasts a superb riding surface. The loop crosses the villages of Huberdeau and Arundel before going through downtown St-Jovite. After crossing eight municipalities, cyclists will tackle a section of the legendary Nordet, a mountainous road between Lac Supérieur and Saint-Donat. Riders end the journey on the sinuous and fast chemin Duplessis, which connects the North and South sides of Mont Tremblant.
Note: Several average speeds are proposed to cater to all levels of cyclists who qualify for this distance
The Medio Fondo - 80 km
|Duration :||between 2:45 and 3:45|
|Elevation :||724 metres|
|Type of cyclist :||Intermediate and advanced cyclists|
|Speed :||Average speed - 32 km/hr
Average speed - 30 km/hr
Average speed - 28 km/hr
Average speed - 26 km/hr
Average speed - 24 km/hr
The Medio Fondo is suitable for intermediate cyclists, or advanced cyclists who are just getting into their season. This course offers scenic views of the Laurentian landscapes over an 80-km loop that runs alongside rivers, fields and farmland with breathtaking views of Mont Tremblant. This 80-km ride is similar to the 125 km in that it does not include the challenging climbs yet still delivers an exciting experience. An ideal opportunity for cyclists who wish to familiarize themselves with a Gran Fondo as well as riding with a group.
Note: Several average speeds are proposed to meet all levels of cyclists. Choose yours wisely and keep the course elevation in mind.
The Mollo Fondo - 45 km
|Duration :||between 1:45 and 2:30|
|Elevation :||333 meters|
|Type of cyclist :||Recreational cyclists|
|Speed :||Average speed - 24km/hr
Introductoryion Ride (speed adapted to the group)
Scenic ride at 24 km/hr
The Molo Fondo is for beginner or intermediate cyclists who are just starting their season and know the basics of riding in a group or peloton. Participants will have the leisure to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding scenery as they journey along Mont Tremblant’s road network. The peloton goes through Mont-Tremblant’s old village, Brébeuf’s splendid fields, and across the famous covered bridge. If this is your first Gran Fondo experience, you will definitely enjoy this challenge, which combines pleasure and safety.
Note: The average speed is a reference and will be adapted to the pace of the majority of the group.
Introductory ride, no imposed speed:
This category is for anyone who wishes to challenge themselves to a 45 km ride without the obligation of being in a structured peloton. This is the ideal way to explore the beauty of the Mont-Tremblant region at your own pace. Departing from Mont Tremblant Resort, the ride alternates between roads and the newly paved “P’tit Train du Nord” bike path. It’s a tour that will initiate you to riding with a group and benefiting from the event’s services and advice from our experienced guides. This category was created for pleasure and discovery – perfect for a first experience.
Note: Limited supervision, road shoulder riding mandatory. Cyclists can go at their own pace.