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In addition to the passage of runners in the streets Laval (Mayen), on June 30, activities at Fan Park will be presented from June 29.
Installed in Boston Square in Laval (Mayen) From June 29 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and then on June 30 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Fan Park will host cycling-related activities: a shared mountain bike stand on a home trainer and laser shooting, a mobile science police lab, workshops The work of security techniques.
A Mayenne Communities platform will be installed with the ability to conduct a time course experiment on a home trainer in virtual reality. A bicycle garage will be available nearby and it will be possible to engrave your bike against theft for free.
Tour partners such as FDJ, Skoda, Senseo, Enedis or Leclerc will carry stands with goodies to win.
The Ecosystem Pavilion, which is equipped with a mobile fundraising jar, will attend. A repair workshop for household appliances and the organization of an ecosystem to remove pollution and neutralize refrigerants with high greenhouse gas potential will also be offered via a virtual reality headset.
The maximum load is 800 people. Wearing a mask will be mandatory there as in the entire route. Presentation of a health card is no longer mandatory.
Five giant screens will be placed on the track: at the start, at the first intermediate point in Saint-Jean-sur-Mayenne, at the second intermediate point in Bonchamp, at Fan Park and at the last turn before the finish.
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