Discovering the gravel roads!
Our courses are a happy mix of paved and dirt surfaces.
For its 11th edition, the 100 to B7 are pleased to present a 2-day program. The Brome-Missisquoi region will welcome more than 1300 cyclists of all ages on September 23 and 24.
Our courses are a happy mix of paved and dirt surfaces. A route that crosses the most beautiful landscapes and corners, passing through Bromont, Brome Lake and Shefford. The longest route even goes as far as Mount Sutton. Our surprising and copious refreshments will accompany you throughout your journey. We finish this magnificent day at the National Cycling Center of Bromont with a good meal and a good beer.
Thanks to our partners
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The butterfly is an insect that symbolizes freedom, joy, change, but also creativity.
This year’s butterfly is the Pleins Rayons organization. Pleins Rayons promotes the successful social inclusion of young adults by offering them the chance to acquire socio-professional skills through social economy projects or therapeutic leisure activities. Pleins Rayons aims for the active social inclusion and inclusive employment of all young adults with an intellectual disability and/or an autism spectrum disorder in the Brome-Missisquoi region.
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