Guides & Documents
This cyclosportive is a mass event open to riders of all levels 16 years old or more with a medical certificate. Around 1,000 participants are expected at the start of the event.
- An official jerseyto be worn during the event
- A welcome pack
- Individual chip timingon the entire route
- Course signage
- Access to the Start village
- Mechanical assistance and broom wagonthe day before and on the day of the race
- Safety in the racemotorbikes, cars and 150 volunteers
- Medical assistance
- Drinks on the course
- A medal and a diploma for all finishers
- A meal at the finish
- Access to the bike park in the arrival area
- 1 raffle ticket
- Vehicle parkingclose to the departure / arrival area
- Not Included:
Meals for accompanying persons, the official bib shorts and socks, equipment insurance.
The 100 Years Sportive of The Laughing Cow® is a timed endurance event open to cyclists of all levels. Some riders will aim for a spot on the podium; others will simply try to finish within the time cuts.
All routes will be timed from start to finish via a chip attached to each participants' handlebars.
Prizes: winners will receive a cup, a bouquet of flowers and a selection of local food specialties. Every participant who completes a course will receive a finisher's medal.
Overall classification (scratch) – Road & Gravel
The first 3 men and women of each Road and Gravel routes will win prizes.
Overall (scratch) – Gravel
– 1st mountain bike, men
– 1st mountain bike, women
Classifications by category – Road
The first 3 men and women in each category will win prizes for the Road routes.
Parasport – Road & Gravel
One or more specific rankings will be determined prior to the start for each Road and Gravel route depending on the list of starters.
|W1||Women 18-30yo / Road (Short course: 16 / 30 yo)|
|W2||Women 31-40yo / Road|
|W3||Women 41-50yo / Road|
|W4||Women 51-60yo / Road|
|W5||Women 61+ yo / Road|
|M1||Men 18-30yo / Road (Short course: 16-30yo)|
|M2||Men 31-40yo / Road|
|M3||Men 41-50yo / Road|
|M4||Men 51-60yo / Road|
|M5||Men 61+ yo / Road|
How do I remove my race number?
In the race village:
- The Friday before the event: from 14h to 18h45
- Saturday morning: from 7.45 to 8.45 for the gravel event / from 9.00 to 18.45 for the Sunday events.
- Sunday morning: from 6.45am
How is the draw going?
An exceptional prize draw will be held for all participants wearing the event jersey. The draw will take place in the exhibitor villages at Pré la Joux Châtel, at around 3pm.
The winners must collect their prizes in person on presentation of their licence, identity card or race number. No prize will be sent or exchanged.
All the participants (cyclo+gravel) are included in the draw (under respect of the rules).
Rules and prize money can be consulted on the page practical information.
What are the time limits?
- Arrival of all competitors before 3pm at the Stade municipal of Lons-le-Saunier
- Passage at Clairvaux-les-Lacs before 11:10 am (for all routes)
- Passage to Chalain Lake before 1:45 pm (for all courses)
- Passage to Baume-les-Messieurs before 2:30 pm (long route)
- Arrival of all competitors before 3 pm at the Stade municipal of Lons-le-Saunier
At the time limits, the broom wagon will remove the participants’ bib numbers and pass them. The participants will then find themselves in normal traffic conditions (no signaleurs, but the course arrows will remain).
Participants still on the road will not be excluded from the raffle draw (3:15 pm – 3:30 pm).
How about the post-race meal?
The catering area will be located at the start/finish are and open from 11:15 am to 3:30 pm. A secure bicycle park will be available for participants near the restaurant area.
Each participant will be given a meal ticket. Additional meal tickets for accompanying persons can be booked at the time of registration.
Where can I shower and eat?
Showers, toilets and dining room will be available in large numbers at the Stade municipal of Lons-le-Saunier.
What is the event safety setup?
We will have radio-connected drivers, motorcyclists and over 150 signaleurs.
A request for right-of-way regime has been filed with the prefecture, however each participant is required to ride on the right hand side of the road and to follow the highway code.
What about technical assistance?
A mechanics stand will be at your disposal on Saturday 22nd May in the event village for last minute checks. That said, each participant is required to have a bike in good working order and carry his or her own basic repair equipment.
Private support vehicles are not allowed.
The organisation’s insurance does not cover material damage. It is up to each participant to insure his or her equipment for use in competition.
Do I have to wear the official event jersey?
The official event jersey must be worn at all times during the ride and is a condition for participation in the raffle draw. In case of bad weather conditions, a jacket may be worn over the jersey.
The jersey will not be exchangeable or returnable after registration so please make sure to consult the sizing guide before registering.
Please note that the jerseys are form fitting. We recommend that you consider sizing up.
What gear is allowed?
- Gravel: Gravel, CX bike (minimum 34mm tyre section recommended), E-Bikes & MTB. Participants on mountain bikes will be placed in a second pen.
- Cyclosportive : only traditional road bikes (no extensions or disc wheels). E-bikes allowed on the short course (hiking mode, without classification)
Will there be pit stops on the course?
Yes. They will be marked on the maps and course profiles and reminded to participants at the start of the event.
Competitors may be supplied by their friends at any other point on the course, as long as that the provider is a pedestrian standing on the right-hand side of the road and that they do not affect the safety of the event and the other participants. The refueling of a rider from a moving vehicle is strictly forbidden and will result in the immediate disqualification of the participant.
Can I have a priority bib?
Do I need a licence or a medical certificate?
Are you a FFC, UFOLEP, FSGT, FFTRI, or FF Handisport licence holder? If so your 2021 licence will serve as a medical certificate. Foreign, FFCT or FF Vélo licences will not be accepted.
If you are not a licence holder a doctor’s medical certificate less than a year old certifying that you are free of any medical contraindication to the practice of competitive cycling is mandatory. Without a valid medical certificate, you will not be given a bib number, nor be allowed to take the start. Liability waivers will not be accepted.
FFC regulation: a blank medical certificate model can be downloaded below.
Can I register at the venue on the day of?
Contact-free online registration will be open until the day of the event and we recommended that for environmental and health reasons but it will be possible to register on location on the day of the event with your smartphone or the tools provided by the organisation.
Who can take part?
The event is open to riders of all levels, licence holders and non-licence holders, racers, cyclosportives cyclists or cyclotourists, aged 18 or above in the year of the event.
The gravel and short course are open to riders aged 16 years and above subject to the providing of a signed parental authorisation on the day of the event.
Instructions & Documents
Picking up your bib number
Saturday 22nd May from 10 am to 6.45 pm at the State Municipal of Lons-le-Saunier.
Sunday 23rd May from 6:45 am to 7:45 am (Long), 8:15am (Medium) and 8:45am (Short) at the State Municipal of Lons-le-Saunier.
Arrival and start
Participants will be called to the start line 15 minutes before the start for a reminder of the instructions.
Medical certificate to download (PDF)
A completed and signed medical certificate must be presented by all non-FFC, UFOLEP, FSGT, and FFTRI licensee participants.
Parental authorisation model (PDF)
Short course (73 km) and Gravel: participation is open, with parental discharge, to minors born in 2005 (turning 16 during the year) or before.
Textile size guide
Visit the Jura
The department of Jura is only 2 hours from Paris by TGV. It is located in the heart of the Burgundy Franche-Comté region and borders the canton of Vaud in Switzerland.
Reach us by car with the A5, A6, A31, A36, A40 and A39 motorways.
By train to the stations of Dole, Mouchard, Bourg en Bresse (Ain), Frasne (Doubs), Vallorbe (Switzerland), Bellegarde (Ain).
A discount for the strongest: 5% off both registrations if you sign up for the GRAVEL event and one ROUTE course.
|Until March 31st 2021||From April 1st 2021|
|Gravel||55 €||65 €|
|Road - Short||45 €||55 €|
|Road - Medium||55 €||65 €|
|Road - Long||65 €||75 €|
|Official jersey *||35 €|
|Additional meal||10 €|
|Bib shorts||75 €|