Tour of the Battenkill 2023
Tour of the Battenkill 2023
Tour of the Battenkill 2023
Tour of the Battenkill 2023
Tour of the Battenkill 2023
Tour of the Battenkill 2023
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Get ready to challenge yourself like never before at one of America’s largest single-day cycling challenge: The Tour of the Battenkill! The annual “Queen of the Classics” returns to Washington County in Upstate New York on May 18, 2024 for an incredibly fun, all-inclusive, single-day cycling event and party. Though our name and superlatives are super cool, we earn them via our course and after party. Our event offers some of the best gravel riding in the country that takes you across covered bridges, scenic views, and over 5,000 feet of elevation gain. It’s a spirited test of grit that will be celebrated in style with our rockin’ after-party with a free beer garden thanks to Artisanal Brew Works (if 21+), live music, and food. 

You have three events to choose from: The legendary 77-mile Gran Fondo, a 40-mile Medio Fondo, and the 24-mile Piccolo Fondo. Pick your challenge, register yourself (and maybe a few friends!), and join the exclusive club of riders who can say they’ve conquered The Tour of the Battenkill!

2024 Tour Kit Below!

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Check Out the 2024 Tour of the Battenkill Courses

Please note that courses may change before race day due to potential road work or other concerns.

THANK YOU TO OUR WASHINGTON COUNTY HOSTS!

The pastoral beauty of southern Washington County, NY is one of the biggest reasons cyclists return every year to challenge themselves at the Tour of the Battenkill. Thank you to our hosts at the Washington County Fair and the towns and villages that we pass through on course. They are gracious enough to welcome hundreds of cyclists, help manage safety and traffic control, get the roads ready after every winter, and help us have an amazing ride.

Please visit their respective sites and see how you can enjoy an authentic slice of Upstate New York.