The Tour de Steamboat is an annual bicycle event that brings together 1,200 cyclists for a one-day ride through beautiful Northwest Colorado. We host three different road ride routes—26, 46, and 66. We also host 2 gravel routes, a 100 mile, and a new 50 Mile route. See our Routes page for more details. There is something for riders of all ages and abilities. We are a non-competitive event, and participants are encouraged to ride at their own pace and enjoy the majestic scenery in our part of the world! We offer superb aid stations, support, and end of the ride barbecue and craft beer garden.
All proceeds from the Tour de Steamboat go directly to our beneficiary non-profits.
The Tour de Steamboat is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit entity with its entire focus on raising money for local, Routt County community non-profit organizations. These beneficiary agencies provide staff to plan and market the event, implement additional fundraising mechanisms, and assist with event operations. The beneficiaries are also committed to paying it forward. Every year, the beneficiary non-profits choose other local beneficiary organizations to receive a portion of the event proceeds. Last year, the Tour de Steamboat beneficiaries granted $5,000 from the proceeds of the event between four other local organizations: SOROCO Preschool for playground equipment, The Town of Oak Creek for school-aged children programming and the Steamboat Springs Community Assistance Fund critical incident support service.
Dear Tour de Steamboat family,
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate the current COVID-19 situation. The health and safety of our participants, volunteers, community and team members is our top priority as we monitor the rapidly changing situation on a global, national, regional and local level.
At this time it remains our goal to host the 2020 Tour de Steamboat in July. Our team is constantly monitoring updates from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s (CDPHE) guidelines and recommendations for gatherings and sporting events. In addition, adhering to State and local government agency recommendations and regulations. We want nothing more than to host a safe event for everyone and we believe it is too early to make any decision regarding canceling or rescheduling. We also recognize many of you travel from out of town and wish to start planning. Therefore, we are committed to communicating updates and any decisions made as early as possible. If the end of May arrives and we are still in a state of restricted travel and practicing social distancing, we will determine a solid decision date on the status of the Tour de Steamboat event.
We are committed to providing you as much information specific to our event as we navigate the process. While our daily lives seem to change hourly and can be overwhelming, remember your bike and fitness goals can still remain a priority. Stay tuned as we work to provide ways we can all stay motivated and connected through riding bikes and understand we want nothing more than to see you all in July to support our town and gather as a community once again.
Team Tour de Steamboat