•  Art 1: The CCPBeuzevillais club organizes on Saturday, December 7 2019, race "Trais du Tour du Canton".
    The 24 km (D+ 400m) race is reserved for individuals .
    The 40 km (D+ 820m) race and 75 km (D+ 1600m) race are open to individuals and "Run & Bike" teams.
    The 20 km race is reverved to nordic walk
  • Art 2: The event is open to all competitors: men/women - licensed or not.

Please note no registration will be accepted without one of the cited documents (Section 6 of Act 99-223, 23 March 1999 on the protection of athletes and the fight against doping) : French Athletics Federation license, another sport federation license,  a medical certificate enabling the practice of running. Join a copy of this document.

  • Art 3: Schedules
    The departures will occur in the "Village Telethon" in Beuzeville-la-Grenier and the arrivals will take place in the hall "Bruno Legros" (parking, changing rooms, showers available).

- departure 6:00am for 75 km race
- departure 10:00am for the 40km and 24 km races (9H57 for MTB riders) and 22 Km nordic walk


  • Art 4: Minimum age requirement :
  • born before 31/12/2002 for  24Km race and 20 Km nordic walk
  • born before 31/12/2002 for 40 Km "Run & Bike" race
  • born before 31/12/2000 pour les 40 km race individual or 75 Km Individual and "Run & Bike"


  • Art 5: On the trail:

The individual runner runs through the whole event off.
Run & Bike: a runner and a biker start and arrive together, the changes are at the discretion of the runner and the rider to form a united team to the finish. The teams will roll always within sight and voice, without disturbing other competitors. The runner always has priority. Any team caught both riding on the MTB will be disqualified. 2 helmets (1 for each member of the "Run & Bike" team) are REQUIRED and must be attached to the head. The 2 helmets will be controlled at the departure of  the race.

The "Run & Bike" mountain bikers will leave 3 minutes before the start of the runners, they will go directly to km 2 (Carrefour de la "Route de la Gare" and de la "Rue des Ponts"), at this point, they can either wait for their rider, or drop off the mountain bike and run away. No MTB/Runner exchanges will be allowed before this junction.

EABs (Electrically Assisted Bicycles) are not allowed on this competition.


  • Art 6: Time limit:

75 km : No arrival after 6:30pm for the 75 km race or 12:30 of racing. Riders arriving after 6:30pm will not be classified.

  • Cut off time 35 Km (Gruchet le Valasse Abbey, Food supplie N°2) : 11:30 am (Got Out of it)
  • Cut off time 59 Km (Mélamare, Food supplie N°4)  : 05:30 pm (Got out of it)

40 km : No time limit

  • Cut off time 31 Km (Bolbec stade, food supplie N°3) : 3:30pm (Got out of it)

24 km : No time limit

20 km : No time limit ( > 6 km/h mini )


  • Art 7: The course will be delimited by red or yellow ribbons and arrows on the ground. All competitors must have a look at the trip before leaving. No claim will be admissible in case of error of course of one of the competitors.
  • Art 8: Solid and liquid refreshments :

24 Km et 22 Km Marche : Bolbec Centre (14,5 Km), Arrival.
40 Km : Bolbec Centre (14,5 Km), Gruchet Abbaye (25 Km), Bolbec Stade (31 Km), Arrival.
75 Km : Bolbec Centre (14,5 Km), Gruchet Abbaye (35,5 Km), Tancarville Haut (48 Km), Mélamarre (59 Km), Bolbec Stade (65 Km), Arrival.

Any external assistance, including out-of-area supplies, is prohibited. Only assistance from outside the "Gruchet Abbaye" is allowed.

Rescue center (40 et 75 Km) : Food supplie point "Gruchet abbaye". Km 25 for 40 km race and Km 35 for 75 Km race.

Replacemetn bag : Possibility to leave a spare bag at the start. You will be dropped off at the Abbey of Gruchet le Valasse and then dropped off at the finish of the race.
No run poles in the bags.

Composition : Hot (Soups, Pasta), Cold (Flat/spicy water, Coke), Salty (Cheese, Ham, Tuc, etc.), Sweet (Dried fruit, Bananas, Oranges, etc.), Bars cereals, etc.



  • Art 9: You can pick your race-bib up in Hall "Bruno Legros" in Beuzeville La Grenier on Friday, December 6 from 5:00 pm. to 7:30 pm. or on Saturday, December 7 from 5:00 to 5:40 am and 8:00 to 9:30 am. Bring your backpack to the compulsory material control (75km race). No registration available on the day of the race.
  •  Art 10:
    The 75 Km individual "Ultra-Trail du Tour du Canton" race gives you 3 points for the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® races.
    The 40 Km individual "Ultra-Trail du Tour du Canton" race gives you 2 points for the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® races.
    The 24 Km individual "Ultra-Trail du Tour du Canton" race gives you 1 point for the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® races.

    Following the evaluation of our course by the i-Tra, our 75 Km race is automatically qualifying for riders wishing to register for The North Face Lavaredo Ultra Trail or the Trail Verbier Saint Bernard - X-Alpine. As a 75 km finisher, you will also get 91 points for the "Grand Raid de la Réunion".

  • Art 11 : Required equipment on the 3 distances:

- For the 82km race: a liquid reserve, energy bars, a waterproof jacket, a survival blanket, a fluorescent armband, a whistle, a lamp, two bike helmets for the "Run & Bike. "
- For 44 Km race: a liquid reserve, energy bars, a waterproof jacket, a survival blanket, a whistle, two bike helmets for the "Bike & Run."
- For 24 Km race: a waterproof jacket, a survival blanket.


  • Art 12: Race:

    The organisation reserves the right to modify this current route (bad weather, blocked roads, etc.). The distances are given as an indication and as in all Trails, the km are not marked. In the event of cancellation of the race due to force majeure and independent of the organization, in the event of non-participation of a competitor, the registration fees remain acquired at the time of organization, and are transferred to the AFM Telethon.

  • Art 13: Ethics:
    Each rider entered on the "Trails Tour du Canton" accepts to respect the other competitors (no cheating, compliance with the rules), the volunteers, the population of the villages hosting the race and the wildlife and do not throw anything on the ground. Everyone must help everyone involved in dangerous situations. The list is not exhaustive and every transgression to the "spirit trail" will be punished.
  • Art 14: Insurance:
    Each competitor must be able to justify his personal accident insurance, covering the risks inherent in its participation. You are free to subscribe an additional insurance. The CCPB and the Telethon Beuzeville La Grenier have taken out insurance for this event, but is not liable for accidents, theft or injury.
  • Art 15: Medical Services will be in place on the race.
  • Art 16: Doping tests can be performed.
  • Art 17: Each subscriber enables the organization to use his image.
  • Art 18: The registration fee will be completely donated to the AFM charity association.

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