For its 10th edition, the 100 to B7 is pleased to present for the very first time a 2-day program. The Brome-Missisquoi region will welcome more than 1300 cyclists of all ages on September 24 and 25. In addition to the 70km and 110km courses, we will add a 30km course to be done with family or friends on Saturday. This cyclosportive is for experienced cyclists who want to push their limits as well as for enthusiasts who want to ride at their own pace.
Our courses are a tasty mix of paved and dirt surfaces. A course that criss-crosses the most beautiful landscapes and corners, passing through Bromont, Brome Lake and Shefford. The longest course even goes as far as Mont Sutton. Our surprising and copious refreshments will accompany you throughout your journey. We end this magnificent day at the Bromont National Cycling Center with a good meal and a good beer.
Discovering Lyne Bessette’s training routes. A pleasant way to ride while enjoying the magnificent Brome-Missisquoi region and discovering landscapes that will make each kilometer unique to their eyes! Participants will ride on the roads used by athlete Lyne Bessette for her training. A native of the region, Lyne will share with participants the hidden avenues of this part of the country!