Tour de Heifer

The Tour de Heifer is a gravel cycling event described as Vermont’s most challenging dirt road rides. It features 61- and 30-mile routes with minimal pavement. The 30 and 60 mile routes are loops featuring lots of gravel, lots of hills and challenging climbing sections.

Participating cyclists can also choose a less challenging (but still hilly!) 15-mile country ride with paved hills and a scenic riverside dirt road section.

All of the routes begin and end at Robb Family Farm in West Brattleboro, and feature incredible views, farm and woodland terrain, New England villages (one with a covered bridge), and much more.

Families and people who love to walk will enjoy our guided 3-mile hike to the top of nearby Round Mountain. Beginning at 10:30 at Robb Family Farm, and back down in time for lunch.

Registration fees range from $15 to $60. Please visit the event’s website for more information.

Organizer: Strolling of the Heifers

When: June 9, 2019

Where: Brattleboro, VT

Event website: Tour de Heifer