Join us on Sunday, Oct. 22 for Tour de Bronx, the largest free cycling event in New York State!
Explore historic districts, beautiful waterfronts, lush green ways, and lovely neighborhoods.

Participants can choose to enjoy a 25 or 40 mile route.
There’s something for everyone.


Avid cyclists
register for the 40-mile route and ride through City Island, Orchard Beach, Woodlawn Cemetery, Riverdale, and more.

Casual riders
register for the 25-mile route and ride through Bronx parks: St. Mary’s, Crotona, Pelham Bay and more.

Both rides end with a fun music festival at the iconic New York Botanical Garden where participants will get free pizza and a t-shirt!




Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017
Check-in begins at 9 am at
164th Street between Walton Avenue and the Grand Concourse

Directions:   Take the 4 or D train to 161st street/Yankee Stadium station

Take Metro North to the 153rd Street/Yankee Stadium station

*Participants 17 or younger MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian, who must sign a waiver

 NO tricycles please




Want to ride, but don't have a bike? You can rent one HERE!


Do you want to volunteer or are you interested in being a Marshal for the event?

If yes, please register here


Buy a Tour de Bronx hoodie or T-shirt TODAY


 Tour de Bronx is made possible with the generous support of:



Tour de Bronx™ is a registered trademark of The Bronx Tourism Council. The event is produced by The Bronx Tourism Council and the Office of the Bronx Borough President to promote bicycling as an eco-friendly and healthier form of transportation. 


ABOUT THE EVENT: Tour de Bronx is a bicycling event established in 1994 by the office of the Bronx Borough President and The Bronx Tourism Council as a means to promote a healthier lifestyle, an alternate mode of transportation and a way to tour the burgeoning neighborhoods, scenic waterfronts and greenways of the borough.

Participants choose from one of two rides. The 25-mile route takes riders through the south, east and mid portion of the borough including the Mott Haven district, Clason Point along the East River, and the largest park in New York City: Pelham Bay Park boasting nearly 3,000 acres of natural forest. The 40-mile route includes a visit to the historic Fort Schuyler on the Throggs Neck peninsula, the nautical community of City Island and the northern portions of the borough like Woodlawn and Riverdale. Both rides conclude at the iconic New York Botanical Garden where riders receive a complimentary souvenir T-shirt and enjoy a live musical performance as they relax from the day’s festivities.

Throughout the years, the event has grown exponentially and is regarded as the largest free cycling event in New York State. In 2016 the Tour de Bronx saw a record-breaking 8,000+ participants from all over the country as well as a few who come from abroad.



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