Tour de Guelph 2019 is taking place on Sunday June 23rd!

Location & Parking

Tour de Guelph takes place at the University of Guelph, WF Mitchell Athletic Centre, West Gymnasium, Sponsored by Hammond Power Solutions.

Tour de Guelph Location Map

This is where you go to register or if you’ve pre-registered online, this is where you go to check in for your ride. All rides start and end at this location. There will be ample FREE parking in the designated parking lots. The Tour de Guelph parking lots will be well marked.


Registration/ Check-in: 6:00 am – 10:30 am

Tour de Guelph Vendor Alley 6:30 am – 2:00 pm, be sure to check out all of this year’s amazing vendors!

160k, presented by Chartwell Retirement Residences, Start – 7:00 am

100k Start – 8:00 am

75k Road and 70k Multi-surface Start – 9:00 am

50k Road, presented by Label Design and 40 Multi-surface Start – 9:30 am

BDO Family Fun Zone – 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

25k Start – 10:30 am

5k/10k start – 11:00 am

Lunch 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Final road sweep/ event close – 2:00 to 2:30 pm

Pfaff Subaru Logo

Pfaff Subaru Rider Rescue Fleet

At Pfaff Subaru, they’re urban adventurers and they’re excited to get out there with you on June 23rd to make sure you’re well supported while you ride in support of Guelph General Hospital and local Rotary projects.

They’re putting three Subaru vehicles out on the Tour de Guelph routes, each with a Pfaff Subaru staff member who will be trained with basic bike tech skills to assist with simple road side fixes. They’ll also be fitted with bike racks in case you need to be taken off the route for any reason.

We’re thrilled about this partnership. Pfaff Subaru’s generous sponsorship has helped us get closer to our fundraising goal, while also helping to make sure you have the best possible experience on your ride!

BDO Family Fun Zone

The BDO Family Fun Zone will be open from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. You can decorate your bike, there will be face painting and BDO will have a special treat for the kids!

Route Maps

The GPS links below are provided for each road route from 25km to 160km. The 5km/ 10km loop will take place through the Arboretum trails, protected from vehicle traffic.

New this year is a 40km and 70km multi-surface route.

5km/10km loop GPS Route Map

5km/10km loop through the Arboretum trails

25 km GPS Route Map

25 km Tour de Guelph Road Route

50 km GPS Route Map

50 km Tour de Guelph Road Route,
presented by Label Design

75 km GPS Route Map

75 km Tour de Guelph Road Route

100 km GPS Route Map

100 km Tour de Guelph Road Route

160 km GPS Route Map

160 km Tour de Guelph Road Route,
presented by Chartwell Retirement Residences

160k Riders will be well supported by Chartwell Retirement Residences!

At Chartwell, they’re about people: in the business of health, happiness and peace of mind. Making People’s Lives BETTER is their purpose, and so we can’t think of a better partner to help us take care of our 160k riders during this year’s ride.

A Chartwell shuttle will escort the 160k riders and will also provide a special lunch.

A volunteer with basic bike fix training and tech supplies, provided by Speed River Bicycle, will be on the shuttle to help if needed.

40 km Multi-surface GPS Route Map

40k multi-surface route map
40k Multi-surface Route

70 km Multi-surface GPS Route Map

70k Multi-surface route map
70k Multi-surface Route

Emergency Contact Number 226-979-7626: put this number in your phone.

Please enter 226-979-7626 into the phone that you will bring with you on your ride. This is the official Tour de Guelph Communications line and if you encounter a minor emergency such as bike trouble or a minor incendent, please contact this number and we’ll send help.

For any life-threatening emergency, please dial 911 and then please also call 226-979-7626 to report the incident.

Complimentary Lunch for All Registrants

Every Tour de Guelph registrant will receive a complimentary lunch. Lunch is served between 11:30am and 2:00pm inside the W.F. Mitchell Athletics building. Choose from a selection of freshly made sandwiches, chocolate milk, fruit, chips and more, plus a selection of beverages. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are available. Food will be available until 2:00 p.m. after which time, volunteers will begin cleanup.

Complimentary coffee and tea is also available in the morning during registration.

Bring your own water bottle

To reduce waste, please bring your own water bottle filled with water.

The Guelph Water Wagon will be at the start/ finish line and we will have water jugs at the rest stops for you to refill your bottle.

Guelph Water Wagon

Rest Stops

All routes, except the 5/10k loop, have full rest stops with food, water and toilets. 

Home Group Realty will be at the Moffat Rest Stop as part of the 25k and 75k route with a special treat for all riders passing through!


Answers to commonly asked questions can be found on our FAQ page.

If you don’t find the answer to your question on the FAQ page, then you may direct your question to one of the following:

Questions on registration can be sent to our Registrar at

Questions on volunteering can be sent to our Volunteer Coordinator at

Questions on any other matters can be sent to