11 X Everest
The hardest and longest self-supported bike race in the world.
The TransCanada crosses Canada from the North to the South, and the West to the East. The event can be done in two formats: a competitive race of
Touring Grand Depart on June 11th 2022 at 6AM
Bike race and Velomobile race Grand Depart on June 12th 2022 at 6AM
Departure: Whitehorse, Yukon
Arrival: St. John’s, Newfoundland
From the wilderness of Yukon where the air is crisp and nature runs wild through the majestic Rockies, stunning Whistler and laid-back Vancouver, then eastwards through Kelowna and Canmore, through the fast-rolling Prairies, the grand wild solitude of the Great Lakes, into Quebec and its breath-taking sights, through coastal New-Brunswick, around Prince-Edward Island, the beautiful towns of Nova-Scotia and the rugged roads of Newfoundland until the furthest eastern point in North America.
From Whitehorse the rider will cross through the stunning Rockies into Calgary and follow the race path until Ontario; once there it goes along the largest waterway in the world, the Saint-Lawrence, into Quebec and its breath-taking sights, through coastal New-Brunswick, the beautiful towns of Nova-Scotia and the rugged roads of Newfoundland until the furthest eastern point in North America.
TRACKER MAP TCBR2022
Follow the ‘dots’ on our live tracking map.
The ‘dot’ is a rider’s marker on the map which symbolises the GPS tracking unit that each rider carries on their bike throughout the race. Follow them here.