Transju Cyclo bike race in the Jura Mountains

Cyclo 110-165 km

1620 m d+ | 2250 m d+
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Conquer the ultimate Transju' Cyclo challenge!

This new 2023 route has all the makings of a real challenge to discover the emblematic roads of the Jura and Doubs regions. The first 60 km are shared between the 110 and 165 km. After a fairly rolling start to warm up, plunge through the Fer à Cheval cirque to reach Arbois and its hillsides. The road then slopes down towards Salins-les-Bains and the formidable Côte de Thésy. The legend of the Devil's Bridge awaits you...

Are you going for the 110 km? 

No time to take a breather: the Col de Chalamont, Nozeroy and its medieval town, and the magnificent roads from the source of the Ain to Sirod. A little more effort and Champagnole is yours for the taking!

Do you have the legs for the 165 km?

The legend of the Pont du Diable will then lead you over the plateau to the Col de la République to reach the shores of Lac de Saint-Point. The main difficulties are behind you, but the claw-breaking final stretch still holds a few surprises in store, from Little French Siberia to Syam Castle - there's no doubt that this complete circuit will also allow you to discover yourself!

To facilitate organization, racers in the elite sas (and only them) will not be allowed to change distance en route.


Practical information
  • Distance: 110-165 km
  • Departure : Champagnole
  • Arrival : Champagnole
  • Difference in altitude: 1620 m d+ - 2250 m d+ - 1,500 m d

The Transju' Cyclo 110-165 km is open to all licensed cyclists and cyclosportifs aged 18 or over (born before 01/01/2007).

Your legs don't follow you on race day? Don't worry, you will have the opportunity to choose according to your feelings on the bike if our 110 km course is enough or if on the contrary you are more than ready to take up the 165 km challenge.

The services offered
Transju' Cyclo 2023 finisher jersey
Transju' Cyclo 2023 cycling jersey
  • Participation in the event with a chip, plate and numbered bib
  • A collector's jersey for the first 1,100 registrants
  • 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
  • Free access to the exhibition area of the village
  • The parking lot near the start/finish area

The registration fee does not include the optional post-race meal at € xx per person.

Profile and route 110 km
Profile and route 165 km
3D course 110 km

3D course 165 km

Côte de Thésy profile
La Côte de Thésy

The Côte de Thésy challenge:

What could be better than a time trial to spice up a race? This year, we're offering a challenge to reward the man and woman who climb the Côte de Thésy fastest.

This challenge is open to all participants in La Cyclo 110-165 km, since the two routes have not yet been separated.

Cut-off times
  • km59 | Crouzet-Migette - last runner at 12.07pm = compulsory junction on the 110km or disqualification.
  • km 105.8 | Oye & Pallet, junction with main road D248 and D437: last runner at 2.30pm, then out of the race.

110 km route

  • 1 liquid and solid supply point at km 43 in Salins-les-Bains
  • 1 liquid and solid feeder at km 76 in Boujailles

Route 165 km

  • 1 liquid and solid supply point at km 43 in Salins-les-Bains
  • 1 liquid and solid feeder at km 87 in Frasne
  • 1 liquid and solid feeder at km 130 in Mouthe
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Rules of the road

More information to come.



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
Required documents

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