Get ready to pedal your way through paradise because the 30th edition of the Mauritius 100km Cycle Tour is just around the corner! Mark your calendars for September 15th, 2024, as we embark on an exhilarating journey with a twist – we’re flipping the route and riding it the other way around!

This iconic event promises an adrenaline-pumping experience for both participants and spectators. Picture yourself amidst breathtaking scenery, conquering challenging terrain, all while soaking in the vibrant and festive atmosphere.

Organized by CRA Events, this cycling extravaganza will unite over 500 enthusiasts from across the globe. Brace yourself for a 100km adventure through Mauritius’s most picturesque locations – from coastal roads to majestic mountains and lush forests.

But wait, there’s more! Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or just looking for a fun challenge, there’s something for everyone. Choose from three exciting categories: the 100km Main Race, the 65km Social Ride, or the 20km Kids and Para-athletes route. And guess what? Fabulous prizes await the winners!

Get ready to experience the beauty of Mauritius like never before, as you push your limits in a thrilling yet competitive environment. Rest assured, your safety is our top priority. With world-class facilities and dedicated support teams stationed along the route, you can focus on the ride of a lifetime.

So, what are you waiting for? Join us as we celebrate the 30th edition of the Mauritius 100km Cycle Tour. Get set to pedal through paradise and create unforgettable memories on this epic cycling adventure!



Mauritius 100km Cycle Tour

A massive thank you to all the incredible cyclists who joined us for the 29th edition of this extraordinary race, held amidst the stunning backdrop of Mauritius on October 1st, 2023!

This thrilling race guides you through awe-inspiring landscapes along the enchanting East coast of the island, culminating in an exhilarating sprint to the finish line on the vibrant West coast.

In 2023, participants had the option to tackle the full 100km race, enjoy a leisurely 45km social ride, or compete in the exciting 20km youth race, specially designed for those under 15 years old and paraplegic competitors.

And guess what? For 2024, we’re flipping the script and going the other way around! Stay tuned for more exciting details!

We can’t wait to have you join us again in 2024 for another unforgettable cycling adventure!


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Race History

The race started as a fund raising in 1993 to raise funds for Mauritian charities and NGO’s. Over the years the race have seen a large number of Mauritians and expats of all generation taking part .The race  also known as ‘’Anou Pedaler’’  is the biggest cycle event in Mauritius and  have seen many champions both local and international winning it . The race usually attracts over 800 cycling enthusiasts every year with the biggest turnout of 1200 being recorded in 2008 . The race was only done over a distance of 100 km from Blue Bay to Mon Choisy beach since the beginning until 2012 when a 50 km distance was introduced.

Past Winners

There have been many great winners like Aaron Brown and Ashlei Moolman Pasio but the one that have left his mark on the race is the Frenchman Sylvain Georges who in 2016 led from start to finish and although he did the last 70 kilometres all on his own, he won in a record time of 2hrs 10mins 49 sec.

On the ladies side, the South African, Kirsten Schut recorded a time of 2 hrs18 mins 10 seconds in 2018.

The best Mauritian on time to win it is Johan Pirogue who in 2015 did a time of 2hrs13mins 50sec .

The NGO's we have supported previously

The goal of SOS Children’s Villages is to help children needing alternative care for an independent future. SOS Children’s Villages is supporting thousands of needy children, young people and families in 136 countries and territories.


Quartier de Lumière is a Mauritian association created in 2006 to help the most deprived people with housing, education of their children and  general well-being with the objective that they take charge and become fully autonomous.


The Association Pour les Handicapés De Malherbes was established in 2006. The school provides special education to children between the age of 5 to 25 with intellectual impairments, Cerebral Palsy and related conditions.<br>


SAFIRE was created in May 2006 with the objective of continuing the program undertaken by the Ministry of Social Security jointly with UNICEF to provide assistance to children in street situations with a view to rehabilitate and reintegrate them into society.

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