May 9, 2020
Dirt roads. A covered bridge. 5,000 feet of elevation gain. Get ready to challenge yourself like never before at one of America’s largest single-day road races: The Tour of the Battenkill! The 16th Annual “Queen of the Classics” is returning to upstate New York on May 9, 2020 with a fun, all-inclusive party, and several massive improvements for 2020!
There are three events to choose from: The legendary 75-mile Gran Fondo, a 42-mile Medio Fondo, and a 26-mile Piccolo Fondo. Pick your distance, reserve your spot, and join the exclusive club of riders who can say they’ve ridden The Tour of the Battenkill.
What You Get
Just like 2018, all riders get a host of collectibles and a rocking after-party at the Washington County Fairgrounds!
Not everyone can say they’ve ridden the Tour of the Battenkill, so wear your super-soft, combed cotton tee with pride!
You can never have too many pairs of cycling socks, and these have a mesh upper that will keep your feet dry through countless rides.
'Specialized' Water Bottle
A light-weight 24 oz. ‘Specialized’ water bottle to help you stay hydrated on the road.
All riders will have their times electronically recorded and uploaded to the official results.
Free Post Race Meal
Refuel with a wide variety of food options! Then of course wash it down with…
Celebrate your achievement with complementary beer from our local brewery partner.
Free Race Photos
Get free pictures commemorating your ride through the hills of upstate New York.
Fuel up with snacks and drinks during your ride! The medio course has one feed zone, and the Gran has two.
The first 5 miles of all rides will feature a rolling closure courtesy of NY State Police, and the rest of the course is supported by over a hundred Volunteers and dozens of local law enforcement officers
Park at the race without wasting your hard-earned cash to park your vehicle at the race.
Moto support from The Moto Calvary, mechanical & SAG support will be on course to respond to any issues that may arise
Full EMS coverage will be available throughout the whole course in case of injury