The Cambridge Tour de Grand was established to help celebrate the
City of Cambridge's 25th Anniversary back in 1998. The tour's purpose is to promote a healthy lifestyle, recreational cycling and the establishment of bicycle lanes on the streets within the City.
The event is held annually on the second Sunday in June. It attracts cyclists to our City from many parts of Ontario and Quebec. It is designed for the novice to the elite rider.
Riders have a choice of routes: 10 km, 15 km, 25 km, 40km, 50 km,
60 km, 72 km, 100 km and 160 km. All riders are invited back to the arena, after the ride, to mingle, reminisce and enjoy a provided lunch.
The Tour ...... Picture Gallery
Phone : 519-240-5325
Volunteers : email@example.com
The Rider and the Wolf 5th November 2015
As a follower of the Cambridge Tour de Grand, you might be interested in two films being screened by the Grand River Film Festival on Thursday, November 5th at 7:00 pm.
The Rider and the Wolf is the story of Mike “Mike the Bike” Rust who was a moving force in the sport of mountain biking. Mike Rust was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 1991. There is also a screening of Groningen: The World’s Cycling City.
The films are being screened at the Apollo Theatre, 141 Ontario Street North, Kitchener.
We are told that they are great films. Enjoy.
19th annual Cambridge Tour de Grand – Sunday, June 12, 2016.