No Registration Fee
There is no registration fee this year. To participate, please fundraise a minimum of $25, or make this donation yourself at the time of registration. All donations will receive a charitable tax receipt in the full amount of the donation.
We are still offering our same great fundraising rewards as in previous years, but with more milestone rewards and we’re also changing the way we award prizes to our top fundraisers which gives more fundraisers a chance to win our top fundraising prizes.
See our fundraising page for full prize details and fundraising tips.
Ride any of our routes starting Sunday June 28th up to Sunday July 26th, 2020.
As an individual, or along with others in your household, or with others and adhering to current physical distancing recommendations at the time of your ride, complete any of our Tour de Guelph routes, or ride any of your own favorite routes. We are also welcoming those who prefer to ride at home on their bike trainer or stationary bike. We are also welcoming walkers this year!
Please choose a route that is appropriate for your skill and fitness level. Tour de Guelph will not be an organized event and support will not be available from Tour de Guelph organizers.
Submit a photo!
While on your ride or walk, take a selfie and submit it to GuelphToday.com using the submit photo button below. Your photo will be published in the Tour de Guelph 2020 Online Photo Album, presented by Elinesky Schuett Private Wealth Management of RBC Dominion Securities that will be hosted by GuelphToday.com.
Please also share your photos on social media using #TdG2020 and #TourdeGuelph.
Below are the route maps from previous years. Note that routes will not be marked this year. We strongly recommend bringing a mobile device so you may refer to the map while you’re out on your ride.
NEW for this year is a 5k loop in Downtown Guelph’s Old University area. The route is primarily on trails and bike paths. Complete 1, 2 ore more loops!
100 km GPS Route Map – due to construction, we have updated this route with a detour that makes the route 108 km. Middlebrook Road heading into West Montrose is going to be closed for resurfacing beginning July 2nd for 5 weeks.