After the Ultra ASIA Race in Vietnam, I decided continue the challenge with Canal aventure. I’ve finished my second challenge in Mozambique with the Ultra AFRICA Race. Canal Aventure is a life experience and a great organization. Jerome and his staff manage to creat unique events with a particular charm. Jérôme always leaves his mark… who gets into his races can not live without. I was blind before… now I see life with different eyes thanks Jerome. For me Canal Aventure is a journey inside of myself.

Giuseppe De Rosa



The Roadsign Continental Challenge is an international challenge included the 5 ultramarathons organized by Canal Aventure on 5 continents. The Roadsign Continental Challenge award the performance, steadiness and versatility of competitors. In addition to the competition, our events are for participants the opportunity to discover the world, to satisfy their desire of adventure and share unforgettable moments.




  • The Roadsign Continental Challenge is a set of 5 ultra marathons,
  • These 5 ultramarathons are organized on 5 different continents,
  • 3 ultramarathons are annual and 2 ultramarathons are organized every 2 years,
  • The Roadsign Continental Challenge award the performance and the capacity of adaptation of competitors,
  • A Ranking List mixed will be established and update after each event,
  • The points awarded to a competitor can be accumulated over two years,
  • At the end of each calendar year, the man and woman with the most points on the ranking list will be rewarded,
  • The winner of the Roadsign Continental Challenge will have to choose a charity project, which will receive financial support.




Rang 1st 2nd 3rd 4 – 9th 10 – 14th 15 – 25th Kilometer
Point (s) 7 6 5 4 3 2  1



2017 2018 2019
Ultra ASIA Race  27 – 30 March 26 – 29 March March
THE TRACK 17 – 26 May / 15 – 24 May
Ultra NORWAY Race 7 – 9 July July July
Ultra BOLIVIA Race / 24 – 30 September /
Ultra AFRICA Race 5 – 9 November November November

Our next event is… The Ultra NORWAY Race, a non-stop foot race of 140 km, by team of 2 persons, with 9000 meters of positive and negative elevation. Competitors are semi Self-Supported.The adventure takes place in Norway, from the Lyngen Alps to Tromsø, 350 km north of the Arctic Circle.

Competitors must follow the GPS tracks given by the organization. There are checkpoints at regular intervals: the two members of the team must be controlled together.