The Transju Trail in the Jura Mountains

The Transju'
42 km

2200 m of D+.
Departure time
Place of departure


Place of arrival

Les Rousses

This demanding 42km trail in the magnificent Jura Mountains features a varied route with technical sections and over 2200 metres of positive vertical drop.

You will be able to enjoy magnificent landscapes all along the race with as a highlight a passage to the second highest summit of the Jura: the Dôle and its magnificent panorama on the lake of Geneva and the Mont-Blanc chain.

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Practical information
  • Distance : 42 km
  • Departure : Morez at 8h30
  • Arrival : Les Rousses
  • Difference in altitude: 2200 m of D+.
The services offered
  • Bib number (personal, guaranteed for all registrations made before April 10, 2024)
  • The timing chip and the timed classification
  • The dematerialized Road Book
  • Medical assistance and security
  • Refreshments along the course + refreshments at the finish
  • The checkroom bag and its transport from the starting stadium to the finish
  • Post race services
  • A souvenir gift
Profile and course
Course and Profile of the Transju Trail 42 km
Course and profile The Transju' Trail 42 km
Cut-off times

Prémanon (km 17) - 12h45

Les Dappes (km 25) - 14h30

Le Balancier (km 33) - 16h45


Morez (start) : Full supply

Prémanon (km 17) : Full refreshment

Les Dappes (km 25): Water point

Le Balancier (km 33) : Full supply

Les Rousses (finish) : Full refreshments

Recommended and mandatory equipment


  • Water reserve containing at least 500 ml
  • 1 individual cup


  • 1 Whistle
  • 1 kit for quick dressing and foot care
  • 1 survival blanket
  • 1 warm and waterproof garment to protect against the cold and rain
  • 1 cell phone


  • Sticks


  • 2-wheeled or motorized equipment: This equipment is prohibited for all races.

Depending on the conditions, the Jury may add additional equipment, require the wearing of all or part of the equipment and forbid access to the event to participants who do not comply. In case of non-use of mandatory and recommended equipment, the organizer cannot be held responsible for any incidents and their consequences.

Race rules

News to come...

Transju'Cyclo 2023
The Transju'Cyclo

There were 1,200 (super) participants

Thank you for the wonderful moments of surpassing yourself, the smiles and the incredible atmosphere that made the weekend unforgettable for each and every one of us!

The Transju'Cyclo

Thanks to our volunteers

It's thanks to their dedication that we can close the second edition of the Transju'Cyclo!

The Transju'Cyclo

Belgium's Michiel Minneart and France's Flavie Bador win 2nd edition

At 8:30 am on Sunday morning, the first start was given to the 1,100 cyclists who set off on the 165 km, 110 km and 70 km routes.