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August 23/07 9:44 am - Classique Cycliste Laval


Posted by Editor on 08/23/07
 

Classique Cycliste Laval - Ste-Agathe - Le P'tit Bonheur
Courtesy Organizer

Nearly 200 riders will rush from the Multi-Sports Complex, 955, Bois-de-Boulogne Street in Laval at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 2nd, heading for the outdoor resort le p'tit bonheur in the Laurentians, a distance of 98 kilometers. This race is open for men, Junior, Senior 3, Master A, Master B, Master C and Master D members of the Canadian Cycling Asociation. The race is sanctioned by the Québec Federation of Cycling Sports.

Each rider must show their license upon registration, which will take place from 6h30 to 7h30 on the morning of September 2nd. The race will start at 8h00 a.m. and no registration will be taken after 7h30 a.m. Registration fee is 25$ per athlete and only cash will be accepted.

Please note that the first 150 riders registered will be granted a thermos bottle, value of 10$. The grants will be attributed separately for each category.

Riders will leave the Multi-Sports Complex in Laval, take route 117 to Ste-Agathe, then route 329 north, Val-des-Lacs road, and Le P'tit Bonheur road. The circuit doesn't present major difficulties, apart from a series of middle-sized slopes between the 63rd and the 79th kilometers.

Feed is available between the 58th and the 59th kilometers, at St-Sauveur's level, on the slope of the Louisiane Motel. Acces to feed: via highway 15, exit 64.

Only duly identified vehicules are authorized in the official caravan. All other vehicles following the race must respect the road regulations. A breakdown neutral service is offered to all categories.

Finally, a vehicle will follow the riders at a delay of 10 minutes for riders who drop out of the race. After this delay dropped riders who want to finish the race must ensure their own security and respect the road regulations.

The arrival will take place at the P'tit Bonheur outdoor resort from 10h30 (500 meters of a 5% to 8% slope). A full meal is offered to participants and accompanying parties between 12h00 and 13h00. Adults 8$, children under 12 4$.

Each rider is responsible of his travelling back to Laval.

Organizer: Guy Lépine
(514) 527-1256, local 304 or 310

www.ptitbonheur.com / www.fqsc.net

 


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