2019 Route Changes! 

We’ve encountered some challenges this year with our traditional routes:   Due to a bridge out in Milton, the Routes for the 75 and 100 mile rides would have needed to be trimmed to an unacceptable length and/or ridden for several miles on dirt.  Additionally, ALL the longer rides (excluding the 12) would have encountered a single lane bridge on Route 202 east of Litchfield.  For both reasons therefore, we’re making some route changes for this year only.  Please follow the tab above to the Maps/Cue Sheets page and take a look at the route you intend to ride.  All the downloadable cue sheets and GPS downloads have also been updated to reflect these changes.
The mileage overall for each ride only changes slightly and only the 55 is (a tiny bit) less than the stated distance!
We thank all you riders for your participation as we continue on in our mission to support the Cancer Care Fund of the Litchfield Hills!

The Mission of the Tour

The mission of The Tour is to bring together community resources with the common goal of raising funds to support the care, treatment, education and prevention of cancer for residents living, working, or receiving treatment for cancer in Northwest Connecticut. By donating funds to The Cancer Care Fund of the Litchfield Hills, Inc., we will have a positive effect locally, in the Northwest corner, by offering our support to our friends and families living with cancer.

Thank You for riding in 2018

Thanks to the all participants who came out and rode the 2018 Tour. It was a beautiful (but terribly hot) day in Litchfield County on August 5th, and that contributed to so many wonderful folks coming out. Because of such great support, we are proud to say that we were able to raise over $100,000 for our beneficiary. We thank our sponsors and partners, and most of all, we thank you for supporting this ride by participating and helping us raise these funds for the Cancer Care Fund of the Litchfield Hills. We extend to all of you, a heartfelt thanks!

In addition to the parking at the shopping center and the municipal lot behind the library,
there's lots of on-street parking throughout downtown Torrington. Please DO NOT however park in the Knights of Columbus Parking lot.