Brome-Missisquoi

Circuit 100 à B7

The proposed starting point, the Centre National de Cyclisme de Bromont, pays tribute to cyclist Lyne Bessette, who trained there and rode this itinerary as one of her training routes on the road to the Olympics. It’s also a great spot to discover the joy of riding dirt and gravel paths as these are some of the region’s most scenic.

  • Unpaved road 49km
  • Paved road 15km
  • 64 km

On the road

Starting point: Centre national de cyclisme
400, rue Shefford, Bromont

Start

Centre National de Cyclisme de Bromont

This cycling hub has it all: Track cycling, mountain biking, BMX, lessons, camps, paracycling… Don’t miss your chance to visit.

KM 35

Knowlton

This village stands out for its exceptional architectural heritage and New York Times bestselling author Louise Penny would tend to agree: She based the setting of her wildly popular Three Pines novels on this Townships village.


KM 54

Lac Bromont Public Beach

Stop at the public beach on rue Frontenac for a dip in the lake or a spot of lunch at a picnic table.

KM 56

BALNEA Spa

Come for the natural setting and access to Lac Gale, stay for the thermal baths, body treatments and healthy (yet tasty) spa fare.


KM 64

Musée du chocolat de la confiserie Bromont

A chocolate shop, chocolate museum, chocolate crêpes at the restaurant… Chocoholics, this one’s for you.

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