The Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal is back for another exciting year! Yes, it means many downtown roads will be closed, but it’s also an honour for Montreal to be hosting such a prestigious event.
A sanctioned UCI World Tour event, the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal is one of the top road cycling races in the world. Only the best of the best, some of whom have competed in the Tour de France, will be participating in this year’s 7th annual GP Montreal.
The event will be taking place in Montreal on September 11, 2016 and is accessible to anyone completely free of charge.
The riders’ presentation will begin at 10am sharp, while the actual race will begin at 11am. Set to last approximately 5 hours, riders are expected to finish the 205.7km circuit between 4pm and 4:30pm.
The prescribed circuit will take riders up and around Mount Royal, down Cote Sainte Catherine and down Park Avenue. For a more detailed map of the route, click here.
Unable to make it down to the action? Luckily, the event will be broadcast on TVA for your viewing pleasure.
Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal
Where: Various locations, click here for a full map of the route
When: September 11, 10am-4:30pm
Admission: The public can watch or free!