Register for free and compete for over 60 custom Rapha prizes available to be won!
The R2//TOURCHALLENGE is a contest running simultaneous with the Tour De France—beginning on Saturday June 26, 2021 and finishing on July 18, 2021. Registration is completely free and articipants will compete for the YELLOW GC (General Classification) Jersey, the Green Distance Jersey, and Polka-dot (KOM) Jersey.
Along with huge bragging rights, there are also more than 60 Custom Rapha prizes up for grabs, along with free entries into the 2022 R2//NYC Ride. Visit the prizes page to learn more about how to win.
Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic left kids and families affected by childhood cancer more isolated than ever before. Ooch & Trillium adapted to provide daily interactive virtual programs to keep kids and families connected, and in the fall of 2020, hospitals across Ontario welcomed our team back for in-person programs at kids' bedsides. Work is underway to bring back in-person programs, while virtual and in-hospital programs will continue throughout the pandemic! No matter what, Ooch & Trillium will be there for kids and families thanks to the support from the R2 Riders. Will you join us?
The YELLOW (GC) JERSEY, much like the TDF, will be awarded to the rider with the most cumulative points throughout the challenge period combining distance covered, vertical meters climbed and individual fundraising.
The GREEN JERSEY is awarded daily to the rider with the longest ride on the previous day of the challenge.
The POLKA-DOT (KOM) JERSEY is awarded daily to the rider with the most vertical meters climbed on the previous day of the challenge.
Visit the How it Works page to learn more about the contest.
HOW TO REGISTER
Registration is completely free and can be completed in two-parts.
1) Click the "Sign Up" button at the top of this page to register as an official participant
2) Log-in to or create your personal Strava account and search and join the R2TOURCHALLENGE_2021 Club.
*All participants must join this Strava club to track their kilometres and vertical metres in order to participate in the contest.