How to register?
Registrations for Paris-Nice Challenge are open on time to. It will take you less than 5 minutes and you will receive a confirmation email.
Who can register ?
Paris-Nice Challenge is open to everyone, licensed or unlicensed, provided the proof that they are at least 18 years old on December 31, 2021. Participants born in 2003, minors at the date of the event, must be registered by a parent or legal guardian.
What documents do I need to collect my race bib?
A proof of identity and your QR code (you'll find it on your registration confirmation). only. We will tell you later the date and place where you can collect your bib.
Medical certificate / rules
Where can I consult the race rules?
Paris-Nice Challenge 2020 race rules are available here.
What kind of bikes are allowed on the Paris-Nice Challenge?
All bikes approved by the French Cycling Federation are accepted apart from electric bikes. Recumbent bikes and handlebar extensions are not allowed.
Is the Paris-Nice Challenge a timed race?
Two segments will be timed.
Will roads be closed to traffic during the race?
The race will take place on roads open to traffic. Therefore, you must respect the “Code de la Route” (French Highway Code). Signallers will be present along the route to remind riders that respecting traffic regulations is essential to the smooth running of the race. Any participant who does not respect the French Highway Code will be disqualified (cancellation of race number and frame plate).
Is the helmet mandatory?
Wearing a helmet is mandatory. You must wear it (chinstrap attached) all along the course. Any participant not wearing his helmet will be disqualified (cancellation of the bib and frame plate).
What is the Personal Accident Insurance?
This Personal Accident Insurance is offered by the organiser's insurer so that you are correctly covered during your participation in the Paris-Nice Challenge. It is optional but is strongly recommended.
As you may know, the vast majority of your usual insurance policies (particularly your car insurance, insurance provided automatically through your bank cards, household insurance, bank loan insurance, etc.) totally exclude any participation in sports events either on an amateur or professional basis, and therefore exclude the risks involved in your taking part in the Paris-Nice Challenge.
It is therefore important that you check the extent of the cover provided by your normal insurance policies (and the exclusions) and, if you are not sufficiently covered or not covered at all, you should consider taking out the proposed insurance policies by clicking on the link below.
This insurance will cover you if you have an accident whilst taking part in the event, whether or not you were responsible and whether or not there is an identified responsible third party. You are only covered during the event from the time you cross the starting line until the time you cross the finishing line or you abandon the event.
In the event of an accident during your participation in the event, it covers:
- Medical costs (within the limits that you have chosen)
- In the event of death or total or partial permanent disability (due to this accident): the payment of compensation (within the limits that you have chosen)
This cover Individual Accident is optional but highly recommended. It can be taken out in addition to any existing insurance you may already have or if you are not already covered. You may purchase the cover from the insurer of your choice, from your federation or from Aon, organizer’s broker, whose proposal (detailed notice and application form) can be consulted and downloaded by clicking on the link below. You can subscribe to the option providing the minimum cover for this offer during your registration for the event and other options by downloading the relevant form here and sending it directly to Aon (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What happens if a rider withdraws?
If you are unable to continue riding the route (due to bike breakdown), an emergency number will be available so that you can alert the race authorities. You will be picked up and taken to the finish line.
Are there feeding stations on the route?
Feeding stations will be set up at established points along the route. Water, fresh fruit, dried fruit and savoury snacks will be available.
Where can I find technical assistance for my bike?
Technical assistance, will be available at the Race Village for last-minute adjustments to your bike.
Are there rules I need to follow on the roads?
The roads will be open to traffic so you must respect the “Code de la Route” (French Highway Code).
What should I do with my litter during the race?
Along the route, you will see refuse collection zones consisting of large nets stretched out on the roadside. Keep your litter with you (packaging etc.) and throw it in the nets as you cycle past. There will also be litter bins at the feeding stations. “Eco-cyclist” patrols will be present in the peloton. Their job is to remind you to respect the environment and they will also take the rider number of any participant seen deliberately throwing litter on the ground. These participants will be relegated.
After the race
When will the classification be published?
There will be no published classification. However, your personal time for the climbs will be available on your personnal dashboard time to from 8.00pm.
Where can I see my personal photos and videos?
Your personal photos and videos will be available several days after the race.
Will there be a pasta party?
Full refreshments will be available at the finish line. However, there will not be a pasta party at the Paris-Nice Challenge.