A truck and driver(s) to carry rider gear, field kitchen and galley supplies.
Major Ferry fees.
Three meals a day. Riders cook (and cleanup) as a group and share in galley duty. Riders will need at least basic cooking skills. Meal plans stress the high-carbohydrate diet needed by active cyclists. Approximately 1/3 of the dinner meals are vegetarian (may include dairy products)
Cooking equipment is provided and daily group food supplies are purchased by Tour vehicle driver.
Accommodation is paid at pre-arranged locations. At a few locations we stay indoors, typically at university residences. Indoor accommodation is shared or single, but mainly it's camping with your own tent over your head at nights.
When riding, you carry what you need for the day (typically a camera, lunch, on-the- road tool kit and a rain shell).
Daily route sheets and drawn maps exclusively for the use of participants during the Tour. These sheets and maps are copyright protected and remain the property of Cycle Canada, The Veloforce Corporation.
Celebration party in St. John's where riders get a certificate for completion.
Tour du Canada jersey, reflective triangle and water bottle at start of the ride.