Tour de Bristol
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Following the government’s most recent update and advice, we have decided to postpone our Tour de Bristol 2020 event until Saturday 24th October.
The safety of all of our participants, staff and volunteers is the most important thing to us and our priority at this time, as well as the safety and the health of the wider community.
We hope that you will be able to join us on this new date instead, and apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause you. If you are not able to make the new date, please do let us know by 14th September and we will offer you a refund of your entry fee*. Alternatively, you may choose to donate your fee to the Hospice which we would be incredibly grateful for, please just let us know if you decide to do this. If you choose to instead complete the kilometres on a date that suits you, let us know and we will send you your medal.
If you have ordered a Tour jersey, we will still be sending this out to you soon so you can wear it with pride in October.
Get in touch with us if you have any questions on 01275 391400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org and we aim to respond as quickly as we can.
*We are currently only able to process refunds while we are in the office, and our access to the office could become very limited in the coming weeks and months. We will strive to make sure that we fulfil all requests for refunds as quickly as possible, but there may be a delay. Please bear with us as we work to find the best solution during a very complicated time, thank you for your understanding.
Bookings for Tour de Bristol 2020 are now closed! Thank you to everyone who has signed up, we look forward to seeing you on the day.
Covering some epic scenery and challenging hills throughout Bristol, the Wye Valley and beyond, this is not a ride to be missed. And in addition you’ll enjoy:
- An easily accessible start point with parking available
- Fantastic feed stations along the route
- Chip timing and a medal for every participant
For more details, including maps of the routes, visit the Tour de Bristol website
40K: A perfect route for cyclists wanting to get out of the city and see some of the South Gloucestershire countryside. View the route
65K: The mid-level route gives riders the opportunity to cycle over the old Severn Bridge and into the start of the Wye Valley. View the route
100K: This route is for more experienced riders wanting to explore the stunning Wye Valley. View the route
Tour de Bristol is kindly sponsored by