Transju Cyclo bike race in the Jura Mountains

Cyclo 110-160 km

1400 m D+ | 1900 m D+ | D
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Until 15/07 (swimsuit included) 55€
From 15/07 to 24/08 (swimsuit included, availability on D-day not guaranteed) 65€
From 24/08 to 07/09 (swimsuit optional) 65€ + 35€ jersey
Optional meals 15€
Group rate between 10 and 14 participants -10% per subscriber
Group rate 15 participants and more -15% off per subscriber
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Conquer the ultimate Transju'Cyclo challenge! This new 2024 route has all the makings of a real challenge, as you discover the emblematic roads of the Jura and Doubs regions.

110-160 km
Head for the Forges de Syam and a warm-up through the Langouette and Malvaux gorges. A good warm-up before gaining height and heading for the magnificent combes of Chaux-Neuve and Mouthe, two emblematic villages. You'll be able to enjoy your first refreshment before tackling the main passes of the route.
First, in the heart of the Prince forest, with the Col de St-Sorlin, to reach Cerniébaud and Mignovillard, where the two routes fork. For the more adventurous and hardened, the 160km will give you little respite: Col du Lancier, the Lac de Remoray nature reserve and the shores of Lac St-Point.

Brace yourselves, halfway up the Col de la République is still to be climbed before plunging along the Rivière du Drugeon, theLac de l'Entonnoir and the Etang de Frasne. A little more effort and you're through the Joux forest with its majestic fir trees.

The final section is full of surprises: discover the medieval town of Nozeroy along the Source de l'Ain, cross the Sirod tunnel and you're on your way to the finish!

Are you heading for Mignovillard for the 110 km?
Avoid the detour to Lac St-Point and rejoin the main route at the étang de Frasne for the last 50 km together. Because while the distance may be shorter, the richness of the roads will not disappoint. An ideal playground for cycling.

Practical information
  • Distance: 110-160 km
  • Departure : Champagnole
  • Arrival : Champagnole
  • Dénivelé : 1400 m D+ – 1900 m D+

The Transju' Cyclo 110-160 km is open to all licensed cyclists and cyclosportifs aged 18 or over (born before 01/01/2008).

Are your legs not with you on race day? Don't worry, you'll have the chance to decide whether our 110 km course is enough or whether you're more than ready to take on the 160 km challenge, depending on how you feel on the bike.

The services offered

Includes :

  • Participation in the event via chip, plate and numbered bib
  • A collector's jersey (included in registration until 24/08)
  • The finisher medal
  • Solid and liquid supplies on the course
  • Medical assistance (during the race and at the Oppidum) and technical assistance (at the Oppidum)
  • Mechanical assistance the day before and the day of the race
  • Security during the race by motorcycles, cars and flagmen
  • Showers
  • A massage/osteo service on arrival, by the Isostéo school
  • Free access to the exhibition area of the village
  • The parking lot near the start/finish area

Options :

Profile and route 110 km - 160 km
Cut-off times
  • Cerniébaud junction for 70km: km 44.6 - 12h
  • Mignovillard junction 110/160km: km51.5 11h15
  • Frasne for the 160km: km 105 - 2pm

On the 110km course:

  • km 34: Mouthe / Distance to go: 82km 805m D+ (over 10,000ft)
  • km 82: Andelot-en-Montagne / Distance to go: 39km 460m D+ (6.5m)

On the 160km course:

  • km 34: Mouthe / Distance to go: 128km 1350m D+ (1,500m)
  • km 91: Drugeon River / Distance to go: 71km 640m D+ (1.5 miles)
  • km 127: Andelot-en-Montagne / Distance to go: 39km 460m D+ (6.5m)
Recommended and mandatory equipment

Recommended equipment

  • A bicycle pump, a spare tube or a puncture-proof spray, if the bicycle is not equipped with tubeless
  • A pair of gloves
  • Glasses
  • A fully charged, GPS-enabled cell phone

Required equipment

  • FFC approved bike
  • Rigid helmet which must be worn during the entire event
  • Hydration system (water bottle or hydration bag)
  • Minimum repair kit
The Transju' Challenge

The aim of the Challenge Transju' is to reward the best male and female participant in the 3 major races of our events: La Transju', La Transju'Trails and La Transju'Cyclo.

All those who have taken part in the 3 events of the current year (this year Trail and Cyclo) will benefit from a 10% discount on the Transju'Cyclo, regardless of the race distance chosen.

The fastest participant in the 3 major Transju' events will win the winners' bell (this year 82km Trail and 160km Cycling).

The Transju'Trails

Ludovic BOURGEOIS wins the 82km trail race

The 2800 competitors in the Transju'Trails started their race under misty, cool skies. From 5.30am to 11am, the starters took to the course between Les Rousses and Morez. The big winner of this 2024 edition was undoubtedly the 82 km runner, Ludovic Bourgeois.

The Transju'Trails

Top start Transju'Trails 2024

The 17th edition of La Transju'Trails was officially launched today in Morez (Jura) with the opening of the Trail Show, followed by the first events: the 5km and the Transju'Trails des Marmots.

Arrival of the Transju'Trails
The Transju'Trails

Podcast Transju'Trails x Agile Training

We are delighted to announce the release of 2 episodes of the Transju'Trails podcast, in collaboration with Nicolas VANDEL, Agile training.