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You will find on this link the bike course lap:
Please remember that you have the full responsibility of your bike’s performance and safe condition on the race day. Please make sure that all mechanical parts are in the good condition and that all equipment on the bike is securely fastened.
Over inflation of tires is a well-
You may bring your own pump, but you must give it to a family member/friend befort race start. Pumps will not be allowed in you red or blue bag and green post race bag.
Your bike must comply with the French Triathlon Federation. In short this means that the bike is technically suitable and safe for a triathlon race. Wheels allowed according to the French Triathlon Federation may be used (except in the event of strong wind) including disk wheels.
Traffic on the roads: Attention, we have the right-
Trained personal, police and the Home Guard will be on the course, giving directions and clearing traffic. They will be there for your protection at all times. Guard will be on the course, giving directions and clearing traffic. They will be there for your protection at all times.
Road closures are executed in close cooperation with the Police, local communities, professional road companies and the Home Guard. The roads are closed with extensive use of road cones, markers and road signs.
In order to handle other traffic on race day, regular traffic will be crossing the bike course at relevant places. At all times this traffic will be guided and regulated by traffic officials and you, the athletes, have the priority. Please pay attention and beware of this crossing traffic for your own safety.
For safety reasons you need to pay extra attention when:
• Crossing roads
• Making left and right turns
• Passing aid stations
Athletes are expected to follow directions and instructions from race officials, race marshals, police and the Home Guard. Failure to do so may cause disqualification from the race.
Please note that it is mandatory to attend the pre-