The 11th Annual Tour de Troit, set for September 15, is a bike ride that explores some of the city’s historic areas, takes in many of its most breathtaking sights, and provides bicyclists a unique opportunity to legally “take over” the streets of Motown. Last year’s ride attracted 4,400 riders!
This event can and will sell out -- a necessary precaution to ensure the safety of all riders, as well as a good time! Please note the following pricing schedule:
May 1 to June 30 - $35/$30 (student) w/t-shirt
July 1 to August 31 - $40/$35 w/t-shirt
Sept. 1 to Sept. 10 - $50/45 w/t-shirt
ONSITE (if available) $65 w/t-shirt (size not guaranteed)
The Tour de Troit is offering riders two options. The first — and primary — will be a leisurely ride of 25-ish miles with police escort and road closures. The second option is intended for extremely experienced cyclists. It is a metric century (62 miles) that will not include police escort. Both rides will be sweeper- and SAG-supported.
The main ride will take off at 9 a.m. - the metric century will take off an hour earlier at 8 a.m. Registration will open at 7:30 a.m. There will be advance packet pick-up; details TBA to all registrants.
After the ride, there is food, drink and music at Roosevelt Park in the shadow of the Michigan Central Station!
Please take a moment to confirm your ticket purchase as registration is non-refundable. If you buy a ticket you cannot use or want to change in any way, it is your responsibility to make any transfer, not the organizer's.
Please visit tour-de-troit.org for pictures of past rides and tons more info!
The mission of the Tour de Troit is to promote and encourage bicycling and bicycle safety through education, public events, collaboration with community and government organizations and support for non-motorized infrastructure. The Tour de Troit, the city’s largest cycling event, raises awareness of biking as a mode of transportation and publicizes the growing greenways network in the City of Detroit and all of Southeastern Michigan. Tour de Troit also produces and supports other events that promote a healthy lifestyle and city.