Yes! The two options on offer (Solo and Duo) are only recommended for well-trained cyclists used to this kind of long-term effort. The route is extremely demanding and is recommended only for cyclists in very good condition who have already taken part in Ultra events.
The courses and registrations are open to all cyclists that are 18 or older. 

You must choose your option (Solo or Duo) when you register. It is possible to change formulas before the start of the event, but the organiser must be informed, either by e-mail to info@cyclingclassics.fr, or on site at the “Inscriptions” stand. If you decide to change your formula during the race, you must inform the organisers using the contact numbers provided.

Any change of formula may result in additional registration fees.

There are no different start pens.

All participants will leave together at 5am.

To take part in the Tour du Mont Blanc Cyclo, you do not need to provide a medical certificate or a cycling or triathlon licence, as the event takes place in ‘Rando’ format and is not a race. No ranking will be established at the end of the event.
However, we advise all participants to have a full medical examination before taking part in the Tour du Mont Blanc Cyclo.

Any form of ID and your E-Ticket. If you are registered through a Tour Operator, please contact them to arrange pick up. The E-Ticket will be sent out by mail a couple days before the event.

You must pick up your own start number. Exceptionally, if your registration is complete (medical certificate validated), your group leader (club president) or a colleague/friend will be able to collect your number by presenting your E-Ticket and a copy of your ID.

Start numbers are attributed directly at start number pick-up.

No, it’s strictly forbidden.

During a cyclosportive event, cyclists are obliged to respect the highway code. The courses are not closed to traffic.

All cyclists must ensure their own safety and adapt their speed to the route, traffic and weather conditions (rain, wind, etc.).

In order not to jeopardise the safety of the event, and in accordance with prefectoral orders, it is forbidden to use a following vehicle (car, van, motorbike, scooter).

Refuelling and technical assistance from cars or motorbikes are prohibited.

Refuelling and additional assistance are authorised set back from the road, on the right-hand side of the road and with the bike stationary.

Areas used by feeders (car parks, etc.) must be kept clean.

For minor repairs such as punctures, you need to have the necessary equipment.
If you are unable to continue your journey because of a mechanical problem, you can take a seat in the broom wagon. You will however have to wait.

If you are the cause of or witness to an accident, or if you notice that someone is in need of medical assistance, each participant is obliged to stop and render assistance and alert the emergency services by calling the emergency number on the back of your frame plate.

There is always an emergency number. It is written in the information for the race of the day and on the back of your frame plate.

Remember to fill in your personal details on the back of your frame number (name, race number, emergency contact number, etc.) and keep it with you throughout the event.

You can find your results directly after the test on the RESULTS tab of this website.

A finisher’s diploma is available on our website, once your time has been checked and validated.

You will find the following on the feed stations:

  • Drinks (water, isotonic drink, Coca-Cola)
  • Salted (chips, nuts, …)
  • Sweet (fruits, biscuits, …)
  • Bars and Gels Powerbar
  • Pasta (La Salle and Bourg-St-Maurice)

A meal voucher is supplied with your registration pack. The Pasta Party is available on a self-service basis after arrival at the Signal venue.