CONNECTICUT
TOUR DES FARMS

No Tour des Farms This Year – See you in 2023!

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Tour des Farms is taking a break this year as we "gear up" for an in-person ride (location TBD) in 2023. We encourage everyone to ride, walk, or roll around the state to visit and support Connecticut farms just the same. We'll see you on the road next year!

The 2021 Connecticut Statewide Tour des Farms!

June 1 – October 1

For 2021, CT RC&D hosted a statewide Tour des Farms event for folks to enjoy at their own pace and schedule. The event included eight regional routes, each featuring 5-10 amazing farms throughout the state. Riders practiced physical distancing while getting outside and exploring all Connecticut agriculture has to offer.

Resources for this summer-long experience included:

  • Printable Tour des Farms Passport
  • Ride with GPS Route Maps
  • Printable Cue Sheets
  • Customizable Tour des Farms Bib
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Thanks to our 2021 sponsors!

SUSTAINERS

CULTIVATORS

SEED SOWERS

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View 2020 Tour Des Farms slideshow below!

As a program, Tour des Farms aims to move around Connecticut, ensuring diverse regional promotion. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, CT RC&D will host a summer-long statewide Tour des Farms event for riders to enjoy at their own pace and schedule. The event includes eight regional routes, each featuring 6-10 farms throughout the state. That’s over 75 farms getting direct support from their communities!

Riders will also receive a few perks for participating! Riders who complete their Tour des Farms passports and submit them to CT RC&D will be entered to win a CT specialty food basket generously donated by Bishop’s Orchards of Guilford, CT, one of the farm stops on a Tour des Farms route.

With food insecurity on the rise and farmer sales channels drying up, this donation effort allows everyone to help our local farmers thrive while keeping our communities fed with healthy, fresh food.

The Connecticut Tour des Farms Program is an annual bike ride designed to benefit and promote local farms, rural businesses, and the Connecticut community.