12500 kilometres
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 12500km or a shorter non-competitive touring option that is shorter at 9000km . The race welcomes both bicycles and velomobiles in distinct classifications.

Touring Grand Depart on June 10th 2023 at 6:00AM
Bike race and Velomobile race Grand Depart on June 11st 2023 at 6:00AM

Departure: Whitehorse, Yukon
Arrival: St. John’s, Newfoundland

picture of a road going through the rockies
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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.