Riders can expect an early morning time trial on Saturday with 200 pre-registered riders who have to ride 2 laps of 11km in the Tangamange park in the city center for a total of 22.6km.
The Granfondo on Sunday has its start and finish in front of the city hall. The 121km race hides some real classical European style components with a 2km cobblestone section, followed by the main difficulty of the day, an 11km climb with an average gradient of 4% but parts up to 15%. The total race has an elevation of 1243m.
450 riders have pre-registered for the Granfondo.