We are in the planning stages of the 2021 Cambridge Tour de Grand.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Tour will not be held in its single day format.
This year, we are welcoming new and past riders to register, fundraise, and complete one of our eleven Cambridge Tour de Grand routes, or a route of your own choosing.
Enjoy your ride any day during the month of June, 2021 and in compliance with the current safety recommendations on the day of your ride.
We may not be able to come together physically, but we can continue to come together in spirit and support local and international community charitable organizations.
Proceeds from the Cambridge Tour de Grand support the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation, SOAR Uganda, Kids Ability, Cambridge Kiwanis Club and the Tour de Grand’s Helmets for Kids program.
Help Us Help Others. The Cambridge Tour de Grand, with your help, would like to give back to our community, both locally and internationally, by supporting some valuable charitable organizations. All donations over $25 will receive a charitable tax receipt. See full details under the tab Fundraising.
Eleven routes from 10 km up to 160 km, including the 50 and 70 km gravel and trail routes, attract cyclists of all ages and abilities.
Go out and have a great day of cycling during the month of June, 2021
June 1st - June 30th, 2021
Wherever your ride takes you.
Scenic bicycle rides through Cambridge and surrounding countryside for cyclists of all ages and abilities. For 2021, we will not be able to have rest stops, food, drinks, water refill stations or lunch so take what you need to enjoy your ride.
We strongly suggest you wear a bicycle helmet, apply sunscreen, take lots of water and snacks, and leave the baseball caps, headphones and earbuds at home.
Leave when you want, ride a comfortable distance and have fun.
519-240-5325 (Don Pavey)
Mail: Cambridge Kiwanis Foundation. P.O. Box 22063, Galt Centre Post Office, Cambridge, Ontario N1R 8E3
The Cambridge Tour de Grand has enjoyed continued success due to the hard work of a large group of volunteers assisted by the staff from the City's Community Services Department. The organizing committee of the Cambridge Tour de Grand is comprised of fourteen volunteers who work throughout the year to ensure the success of the event. Ride day volunteers number over 275.
The philosophy of the Cambridge Tour de Grand is to promote cycling within our community and to allow cyclists of all ages and abilities to have a safe and enjoyable day of cycling in our City and the surrounding countryside.
The success of the event was evidenced by the selection of the Cambridge Tour de Grand as the 2013 Sports Organization of the Year.