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Welcome To Our New Ride Director

Glen Goldstein has been a professional bike ride director for over 25 years, creating and running rides such as The Ride to Montauk, The North Fork Century, The Farm Ride, Miami to Key West, and many more. After living in New York City for years he now resides in the Catskill Mountains with his wife, daughter, goats, sheep, and too many bicycles. You may reach him with Tour questions at: 

July 20-27, 2024

Registration is open.
Limited to 350 Riders.
Wicking short-sleeve jersey included!

Register by April 30, 2024: $1215
Register May 1, 2024 or later: $1315

2024 BTR Jersey

The Bon Ton Roulet is a seven-day bicycle tour through the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York State. Our fully supported tour takes cyclists from wide-open farm fields, past stunning overlooks of our lakes to cavernous water-carved gorges, National Historic Sites, and award-winning wineries.

The Long Route appeals to those riders who love the challenge of a 65-75 mile ride per day. The Regular Route, typically 45 - 50 miles per day, tends to attract newer riders & those who plan on spending the day leisurely browsing the markets & attractions along the way. Many riders even switch back & forth between routes during the week, making the Bon Ton The Perfect Tour!

Bon Ton 2024 Route  

  • Saturday, July 20 (arrival) - Registration Day, J.M McDonald Sports Complex / Fairgrounds  (Cortland)
  • Sunday, July 21 (ride begins) -  Ride from Cortland to Emerson Park ( Auburn)
  • Monday, July 22 - Emerson Park to Hobart & William Smith Colleges (Geneva) 
  • Tuesday, July 23 - Hobart & William Smith Colleges (Geneva) Phil Fountain Century Ride
  • Wednesday, July 24 - Hobart & William Smith Colleges to Keuka College (Penn Yan)
  • Thursday, July 25 - Keuka College (Penn Yan) (loop)
  • Friday, July 26 - Keuka College to Robert H. Treman State Park (Ithaca area)
  • Saturday, July 27 - Robert H. Treman State Park to Cortland - Finish Line closes at 3:00 pm

What's Included...

  • Camping accommodations every evening with shower & toilet facilities
  • Seven hearty breakfasts & six delicious dinners
  • Rest stops are stocked with fresh fruit, snacks & beverages
  • Entertainment including music, historical presentation & yoga classes
  • End of tour celebration
  • Daily Map, GPS, & cue sheets support
  • BTR wicking short-sleeve jersey included with registration - be sure to register early!

For Questions, Contact Amy Wallner: OR 315.990.0796 

Route questions, Gina Cusano-McLaughlin:   or 607.756.2893

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