The Rally Crush Canada has become an event not to be missed for dual-purpose motorcycles in Quebec.
The Haut-St-Maurice and its towns of La Tuque and Parent have become a welcoming land for adventurers and other pilots looking for rallies style like in Argentina or Africa.
Famous names have come to give their nobility to the Rally Crush Canada, such as Frenchman Cyril Despres or Chris Birch from New Zealand, big names coming from Dakar rally or extreme hare-scrambles.
With the growing enthusiasm for off-road motorcycles, the Rally Crush Canada will regenerate and meet its future drivers in 2017.
Marc Fontaine and his team will spend this season organizing “Mini Rally Crush” at various dealers across the province.
A good way to allow pilots to better understand this unique event, which offers several levels of difficulty and an extraordinary navigation challenge.
And in 2018, the Rally Crush Canada will resume to its original form with new challenges, for a human and physical adventure in a landscape to be defined, but which will not fail to leave imperishable memories and great friendships. Who will be the internationally renowned driver at the start?
Come and discuss this with Marc Fontaine who will be at the motorcycle show in Quebec City and Montreal. Watch the calendar on our website: rallycrushcanada.com and on our Facebook page @rallycrushcanada