Devinci are pleased to invite you to the second edition of the Devinci Down-Duro, presented by Bromont, montagne d'expériences . The event of the year for the mountain biking community of the province and beyond. A festive weekend of races as we like them, but also activities for the whole family.


  • A community focused mountain biking event for riders of all ages and all levels.
  • 3 days (August 18, 19, and 20, 2023)
  • Races taking plane in Bromont, QC (Versant du Lac - P5)
  • Launch party on Friday at La Zone Devinci at the Pavilion of theParc des Sommets (Mont Oak)
  • Quebec Downhill Championships on Saturday
  • After-bike party on Saturday at Bromont (Versant du lac - P5) 
  • 5-Stage Enduro race on Sunday
  • Several prizes to win throughout the weekend thanks to our partners


What? Where? When?
Friday, August 18 Future Riders Ride La Zone Devinci at Parc des Sommets pavilion (Mont Oak) 5PM to 6PM
Kick-Off event with foodtruck, music, bondfire and prizes Parc des Sommets' Pavilion (Mont Oak) 5PM to 8PM
Saturday, August 19 Quebec Downhill Championships Versant du Lac (P5) Bromont More details to come
Devinci bike demos Versant du Lac (P5) Bromont 10AM to 4PM
Technical Support by SHIMANO Versant du Lac (P5) Bromont 10AM to 4PM
(For racers only)
Après bike event 6 to 8 - DJ on site Versant du Lac (P5) Bromont 6PM to 8PM
Sunday, August 20 Enduro Race Versant du Lac (P5) Bromont More details to come
Devinci bike demos Versant du Lac (P5) Bromont 10AM to 4PM
Technical Support by SHIMANO Versant du Lac (P5) Bromont 10AM to 4PM
(For racers only)


At Bromont, montagne d'expériences :

10h00 - 18h00 : Free practice session DH & ENDURO (No marshals on courses)
18h30 - 19h30 : DH
Track walk (DH track closed for riding). Possibility to take the chairlift at 18h10 (Last chair at 18h15). Lift ticket or lift pass is mandatory.

At the Pavilion of the Parc des Sommets (Mont Oak): 
17h00 - 17h30 : Devinci Future
Riders Ride in the 'la Zone' Devinci

17h45 : Awards - Future Riders Ride
17h00 – 20h00 : Food truck, bondfire, music
19h30 : Racers registration / Check in (DH only)
19h30 : Open Jam in 'la Zone' Devinci with prizes


8h30 – 10h30 : (DH) Racers registration / check in
8h00 – 9h15 :  DH Track walk (DH track closed for riding / no chairlift access)
9h45 – 11h00 : (DH) Training for U15 & Maitre 55+, Sport categories. 
11h00 : (ENDURO) Training for all categories (Stage 5)
– 13h00 : (DH) Training for all categories 

10h00 - 17h30 : (ENDURO) Training for all categories  (Stage 1 to 4)
13h00 – 14h00 : (DH) Séniors Élites & Junior Expert Training
14h15 : (DH) Track closed for training
14h30 : (DH) Race. Start times will be communicated on Friday afternoon.
17h00 : Podiums & awards Championnats Québécois DH
18h00 : (ENDURO) Riders meeting (After DH podium)
18h00 – 20h00 : Après bike Bromont, montagne d’expérience, DJ on site


7h30 – 9h30 : (ENDURO) Racers registration / check in / plates & timing chip pick up

8h30 : (ENDURO) Race start for Elites (Transfer to Stage 1 must be pedaled)
9h30 : (ENDURO) Race start for Minimes, Cadets, Juniors, Maitres H (Transfer to Stage 1 via chairlift #5)

10h00 : (ENDURO) Race start for Pee-wees, Maitres F (Transfer to Stage 1 via chairlift #5)
16h15 : End of the race
17h00 : Podiums & awards 

You are racing the Devinci Down-Duro ? Download the technical guide for all the information about your weekend. 








Why the Devinci Down-Duro?

Register for the Down-Duro is to participate in the Quebec Downhill Championships and/or a provincial Enduro race with lifts authorized in practice and some during the race, all in a festive, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We're here to have fun!

Do you race? Bring your family and friends, the party continues after the race! You don't race? Come see it, you won't regret it!

Can I register on site for the races?

No, you must register online by Friday, August 18, 7:00 am EST.

Is my race registration refundable?

Registrations are refundable until July 31, 2023, 11:59 p.m. (except for the online registration platform fee).

Do you need assistance? Send us an email at [email protected]

What are the categories?

You can register in the category associated with your age on December 31, 2023.


Categories M/W

Age and year of birth


Minime (U15)

13-14 (2009-2010)


Cadet (U17)

15-16 (2007-2008)


Junior (U19)

17-18 (2005-2006)


Senior 19-34

19 à 34 (1989 à 2004)


Maitre 35-44

35 à 44 (1979 à 1988)


Maitre 45-54

45 à 54 (1969 à 1978)


Vétéran 55 et +

55 et + (1968 et -)



19 et + (2004 et -)





Age and year of birth


Pee-wee (U13) M/W

11-12 (2011-2012)


Minime (U15) M/W

13-14 (2009-2010)


Cadet (U17) M/W

15-16 (2007-2008)


Junior (U19) M/W

17-18 (2005-2006)


Senior 19-34 M

1989 à 2004


Maitre 35-44 M/W

1979 à 1988


Veteran 45 et + M/W

1978 et -


Elite M/W

19 et + (2004 et -)



Do I need to have a medical certificate to participate in the races?

No medical certificate is required. To participate in the race, the latter being licensed by the FQSC, a FQSC or UCI license is required. See License FAQ for more details.

Do I have to have a license from the FQSC to participate in the Down-Duro?

Being an event sanctioned by the Fédération Québécoise des Sports Cyclistes (FQSC), all participants must have an FQSC license for the event.

If you have an annual FQSC license, when you register, you must indicate your 5-digit license number which is preceded by QC and found on the back of your license. Have your license with you when picking up your plate and chip.

Anyone who applied for a license online and did not receive their license by post will need to present proof of payment on the morning of the race to collect their plate and chip.

If you do not have an annual FQSC license, you will need to obtain a daily license which will be valid only for the day of the event in which you participate. Plan an amount of $10 to $15 per participant depending on the category. Purchase this license at the same time as you register online for the race.

Or individually via the following link:

I am not a resident of Quebec, can I participate in the races?

Yes, no problem for the enduro race. For the Quebec Downhill Championships you must have an annual UCI license. No single-event license can be sold to a resident outside Quebec.

What is the mandatory protective equipment?

For the Quebec Downhill Championships: mandatory protective equipment are back protector, full face helmet, gloves covering all fingers, elbow and knee pads.

For the Enduro race : the mandatory protective equipment are a back protector (backpack with integrated protection allowed), full-face helmet, gloves covering all fingers, and knee protectors (elbow protectors are not mandatory).

What happens in case of rain?

In the event of extraordinary weather, the event could be postponed. If so, information will be shared with attendees via email and also on the Facebook event page.

Is it possible to sleep on site?

Camping on the event site will not be possible, here are some ideas for nearby accommodations:

Hotel Bromont
Camping Vacances Bromont
Centre National Cyclisme Bromont

Or visite the Tourism office website: Tourisme Bromont

I would like to be a volunteer

I would like to be a partner of the event

Contact Laurie Roberge, Brand Manager at [email protected]