3110, 2022

The Tour de l’Abitibi inducted into Cycling Canada Hall of Fame

Val-d'Or, October 30, 2022 – The Tour de l'Abitibi was inducted into the organization’s Hall of Fame at the Annual Cycling Canada Conference held on Saturday, October 29 in Ottawa. “This is a huge and complete recognition of all the volunteers who have carried the torch since the beginning. It [...]

1807, 2022

France wins the 52nd Tour de l’Abitibi

Amos, July 17, 2022 – Gavin Hadfield from team Canada won this seventh and last stage of Tour de l’Abitibi. He was in a break away for the last 5 km in the race, which determined the three riders ending up on the podium. The second place went to Sasha [...]

1607, 2022

Charles Bergeron in a 112 km break away

Amos, July 16, 2022 – Campbell Parrish from team Canada was the first to finish stage 6, sponsored by the Centre de services scolaire Harricana. He managed to gain a few seconds on the break away for the last two km of the race, which allowed him to arrive only [...]

1607, 2022

The French reign continues

Amos, July 15 2022 – It’s a second stage win for Mathéo Baruseau from France who arrived first on top of Mont Bell. Stage 5, sponsored by Produits forestiers Résolu, was ending with a sprint, which doubled the King of the moutain points. It’s the first time in Tour history [...]

1607, 2022

Mathieu Dupé takes the lead

Amos, July 14, 2022 – Today was a long day for the riders as they had two half stages. This morning was the individual time trial, sponsored by Eldorado Gold Québec, a decisive stage at the Tour de l’Abitibi, as it always deepens the time gap between the riders. Evan [...]

1607, 2022

Jérôme Gauthier wins again

Amos, July 13, 2022 – Jérôme Gauthier, from team Québec won the second stage, sponsored by the Quebec government. He was applauded by the audience as he crossed the finish line, in his hometown, on his 18th birthday. Luke Fetzer from team USA was following him closely and won the [...]

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