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The Tour de Steamboat is non-completive ride through scenic Northern Colorado. Names like Rabbit Ears Pass, Gore Pass, Yellow Jacket Pass, Stagecoach, Yampa and Oak Creek dot the routes, and four mileage options offer something for cyclists of all ages and abilities. Participants are encouraged to ride at their own pace and enjoy the majestic scenery in our part of the world! All routes feature superb aid stations and rider support. Because the tour is limited to 1,000 participants, riders get to enjoy the small town feel of the event with no waiting in line at aid stations.
The grand finale of the day is the post-ride barbecue at Little Toots Park in downtown Steamboat Springs on the Yampa River. Riders and their families gather for a fun filled afternoon to refuel on good food, enjoy local microbrews, listen to live music, have a chance at raffle prize drawings, and share stories of the day and camaraderie with fellow riders.
The event is a 100% volunteer, non-profit endeavor. All staff, volunteers and promoters give 100% of their time to raise money for our four local non-profit beneficiaries. It’s a community effort for our wonderful town of Steamboat Springs.
Event details and schedule
All rides start at 12th and Yampa street, downtown. Please plan to ride to the start or park at the Howelson Hill sports complex. THERE IS VERY LIMITED PARKING AND SEVERAL RESTRICTIONS ON YAMPA AND LINCOLN AVENUES. Howelson Hill is only 1/4 mile away on the bike path.
All rides have a State Patrol led, group start 7:00 am. If you choose, you may start earlier or later, but please be advised of all aid station open and close times listed on the website.
Typically temperatures can be in the 80s, but always be prepared for rain and snow! Aid stations are fully stocked with food and hydration. Please check the website for packet pick up, course changes, maps and all need-to-know information.
Tour de Steamboat