Practical information:

Prepare my weekend

How to get to the Transju'Cyclo?

By car

Follow Centre Ville - L'oppidum - Rue de l'Egalité 39300 Champagnole.

By train

Champagnole TER station (trains from Lyon/ Paris/ Dôle) More info here:

By coach

Cars Mobigo. More info here:

By cab

  • AC2T Meyer 03 84 52 52 33
  • GrandVal cab 03 84 60 89 45
Accommodation for La Transju'Cyclo
  • Gîte Le Cheval Blanc - 39300 Ardon
  • Hôtel Le Bois-Dormant, rotue de Pontarlier, 39300 Champagnole
  • Gîtes des ours, 39300 Les Nans
  • Local hotels and B&Bs
Parking at the Transju'Cyclo

The weekend of the event

The program
Withdraw my number

Bib numbers can be collected from the Champagnole Oppidum.

  • Saturday, September 7, from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm.
  • Sunday, September 8, from 06:30 to 9:30.

You will need the following supporting documents:

  • Your official, valid identification document
  • Proof of registration with QR code
  • Your license or medical certificate if not validated beforehand

Several refreshment points will be positioned along the course. They will be indicated on the course maps and profiles, and participants will be reminded of them at the start of the event.

News to come...


Event Plan
Map Champagnole La Transju' Cyclo 2024
Map - Transju'Cyclo 2023
Live monitoring and accompanying persons

Your companions will be able to follow you throughout the race via live tracking (link coming soon), thanks to mats placed along the course. Don't forget to let them know!

Awarding of prizes

Sunday, September 8 :

Prizes will be awarded for each distance (160, 110 and 70 km) to the top 3 men and women in the scratch rankings, starting at 2pm.



The male and female winners of the Challenge Transju' will be rewarded at 3pm. (see challenge rules)



The "Transju'Cyclo" is under the aegis of the FFC and doping controls may take place on the day of the event.

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).

You are crossing a sensitive area

The Transju' Cyclo is organized with respect to the protection of the environment. The course crosses emblematic environmental areas of the Jura Mountains, where you can see the specific fauna and flora of our high altitude forests. They are part of our beautiful summer and winter landscapes, making the beauty of our ski race and our region. Please stay on the trail, respect the markings and the silent zones during the race in order to preserve this exceptional playground. Any attitude contrary to this principle will lead to sanctions against the runner: throwing of garbage outside the refreshment areas, traffic outside the track, voluntary degradation of the flora...

Consult the environmental issues of La Transju' by clicking here.

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.