Non-CTC Touring Calendar

This Calendar is a great resource for touring sponsored by non-CTC organizations. If you would like your event listed in this calendar, please contact the club with details. Appropriate rides will be posted when practical.

Upcoming events

    • 28-Apr-2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 4524 East 49th Street Cuyahoga Heights, OH 44125

    Cleveland Cobbles

    It’s that time of year again. The spring classics are starting, and that means it's time for Cleveland Cobbles. Cleveland Cobbles is an unsupported group ride of roughly 40 miles through Old Brooklyn and Tremont areas of Cleveland linking as many brick roads together as possible with some fun hill climbs or muur if you prefer. 

    We will roll out of the E 49th st. Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation at 8:00am.

    All are welcome, this is a public event. All skill levels. However; there will be some hills, and as we found out the other year we lost quite a few people during and after the second hill which is about 5 miles in. So make sure you are able to climb some. In the same vein as the Classics, this ride will be held rain, shine, or snow. Any bike is welcome; however, this route will be friendly to cross bikes. I am throwing some dirt into this edition. You will be able to skip the dirt sections, but who wants to do that? Be prepared for repairing flats. This route is notorious for flats.

    For more info, visit the FaceBook page 


    • 28-Apr-2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • Amherst City Parking Log #3, Amherst OH 44001

    A Freebie Ride & Ohio Spring Tour

    Sponsored by the Lorain Wheelmen

    Amherst City Parking Log #3, Amherst OH 44001 

    This is a ride for everyone to enjoy and an opportunity to put in some early season miles. The route will be over mostly secondary roads and the terrain is generally flat. Tour the historic towns and villages of Lorain County a week after the Paris-Roubaix but without the cobbles. There will be one route with three cutoffs to provide routes of 25, 50 and 64 miles.

    This this is a FREEBIE ride, so there will be NO arrows or food.  There will be a map and all the routes are very easy to follow. All riders will be required to wear an approved helmet to participate in AFROST. There will be NO SAG wagon, ride patches, or food stops. You'll pass through Oberlin, Wellington and LaGrange, so are many places to buy food along the routes.

    Registration will be from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM and you may leave at your leisure. Registration, start-finish and parking will be at the Amherst City Parking Lot #3.  From State Route 58, turn west on Park Ave (just north of the RR overpass) until you see the Marines raising the flag on Iwo Jima & others at the "Wall".  Turn left into the parking lot and go to the south end.  A MAP of the Amherst area is available in PDF format.  If you have a GPS, click here and get a Garmin POI file with ALL the Wheelmen invitational (coordinates) starting points.

    Preregistration is not necessary but you can mail your inquiries to: Lorain Wheelmen, PO Box 102, Amherst OH 44001-0102. or email at, or on the web,

    • 28-Apr-2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • Madison, OH

    Good day hikers and bikers!

    The Bike and Hike for MS will be a recreational ride around the scenery of the Grand River Valley Region.  The 3k hike will travel through the vineyards and woods of Debonne Vineyards, Ohio's largest estate winery and the home of Double Wing Brewing Company.  There will be three options for biking all traveling around Lake and Ashtabula County (paved roads).  Riders will catch a covered bridge or two and of course pass a few wineries along the way.  All pre-registerd bikers and hikers will recieve an event t-shirt and lunch when they return to the brewery.  Live entertainment will also be provided upon your return.  Plan to spend a relaxing afternoon helping a great cause.

    Thank you: Head Brewmaster; Tony Debevc JR

    Register online at:

    • 04-May-2019
    • 10:00 AM
    • 22462 Wally Road Glenmont, OH 44628

    Calling all Mountain Bikers, Gravel Grinders, Cyclocross Enthusiast, and Fat Bike Fanatics

     It's RACE TIME!

    Loudonville, Ohio

    For the first time the Black Fork is a Race!  This early season gravel road race and ride will test your spirit, legs, and lungs and is perfect for Mountain Bikers, Cyclocross Racers, Adventure Cyclist and Gravel Junkies itching for a challenge after a long winter of spinning on the trainer.  Participants will get a glimpse of some of the same route as the legendary Mohican 100 National Ultra Endurance Mountain Bike Race and will have an adventure you just can’t get on pavement.  The three route options near Loudonville, Ohio are almost entirely on gravel roads and have varying degrees of climbing.   The 23 mile route has just three big climbs, lots of rollers and great views for participants who may be new to gravel grinding or don't have the legs and lungs to tackle the longer, more challenging distances.  Our original 30 mile route has seven long, steep climbs that will test your strength, fast and furious downhills that will make you pucker, and an occasional smooth roller that will put a smile on your face.  And our 54 mile race route is for the advanced adventure junkie who just can't get enough gravel.  It has 10 big climbs that will test the strongest racers.  Regardless of which route you choose, none are easy so you'll definitely have earned your beer at the finish!

    For the 54 mile race, the top three overall finishers will receive a cash payout and award medals.  The top three finishers in each age category will receive recognition at the awards ceremony.  We also have a King and Queen of the Mountain Award for the first guy and gal to reach the top of our second major climb (on Big Hill Road).

    Go to for more details and BikeReg to register on-line.


    What people said about the 2016 event:

    "Now that was a gravel ride, really tough but a blast just the same. Hope to do this well run event next year. We need more of these."

    "Great job with this ride! Well organized, good course marking, great beer and roads!"

    "Really fun ride! Can't wait for next year"

    "Great event out in Holmes County, OH @ the Black Fork Gravel Grinder. If you missed it, this is one to put on your list for 2017!"

    "Thank you Matt Simpson and Jay Clipse for hosting such a great event. The 30 mile ride kicked my butt. Looking forward to next year!"

    "Loved the route, hard technical gravel, and a beer handed to me as I crossed the finish line"

    "I just finished the Black Fork Gravel Grinder and highly recommend it for next year. It was very well run, good communication and course maps/signs. Hills were tough but good training ride for Michigan Mountain Mayhem. Winter Warriors should seriously consider."

    "It was great. And the BBQ dinner was really good, plus free beer!!!"

    Matt Simpson
    Black Fork LLC

    Ph. 740.255.1169

    • 09-Jun-2019
    • 6:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Century Village, 14653 East Park St, Burton, OH 44021

    Join more than 800 cyclists for our 43rd annual Sunday in June ride hosted by the Cleveland Touring Club. A thrilling spin through the heart of Northeast Ohio’s Amish countryside, it is organized by cyclists for cyclists! 

    All cyclists are welcome, from casual recreational riders to road warriors to touring cyclists to energetic triathletes. Ride through scenic rural roads while enjoying the sights and sounds of the Amish countryside of Ohio’s Geauga County. A map detailing each of the routes will be provided prior to the ride and also at registration check-in tables. Additionally, all routes are well marked with painted arrows on the road. The ride is based at Century Village in Burton, Ohio.

    The Ride

    6:30 – 9:30 am:  Check-in tables open for ride registration and packet.

    6:30 – 8:15 am:  Ride start for 65 and 100 mile riders

    8:15 – 9:30 am:  Ride start for 25 and 40 mile riders

    11:00 am - 3:00 pm: Free hot lunch at Century Village

    4:00 pm: All cyclists off the roads.


    TBD.  Maps will be included in an email 1 week prior to ride and also updated on our website.

    You should be in good physical condition to complete the ride at your own pace. For the 65 mile and longer routes, you should have already ridden 100 to 200 miles this season. Your bicycle should be inspected prior to ride day for proper & safe operation or visit one of our bicycle shop supporters long the routes.

    Event/Ride will be held rain or shine - please come prepared.


    SIJ Century Jersey by DNA Cycling!

     Be sure to check the size chart. Typically runs small by 1 size.

    We are offering Men's and Women's Century jerseys for $60.

    Urgent: Order by 4/7/19 for
    home delivery 
    before June 9th event!

    Click here to Purchase Century Jersey

    [Terms: All jersey sales are final - sorry, no returns.]

    • 15-Jun-2019
    • 22-Jun-2019
    • Starting location: Wood County Fairgrounds

    Over the years many bicycling clubs throughout Ohio have enjoyed this week long ride. This will be GOBA’s 31st year and we will be touring Northwest Ohio from June 15-22, 2019. If you are unfamiliar with GOBA, the bicycling tour makes a loop around an area of Ohio, with cyclists riding as few as 140 miles or as many as 400 miles, depending on which optional routes and cutoffs they choose. GOBA is primarily a camping tour however there are options to indoor camp. During overnight stays and layover days, the host towns provide entertainment, sites to see and dining options.

    This year’s GOBA is offering a group discount depending on how many of your members sign up. If you would like additional information please feel free to reach out to me directly or visit


    Lindsey Updike


    • 13-Jul-2019
    • 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • 46300 Butternut Ridge Road, Oberlin, Ohio 44074

    The Dog Days Wine Tour 

    The Silver Wheels Cycling Club would like to invite members of the CTC to ride the Dog Days Wine Tour.

    The Dog Days Wine Tour offers 4 rural cycling routes of 28, 50, 68 and 100 miles. The new starting location is The Lodge of New Russia Township located just north of Oberlin. The Lodge opens around 6:00 for registration and riders can hit the roads at 7:00. The rest stops are at wineries and if you buy a bottle to take home, they have wine runners that will drive it back to the Lodge and be waiting for you.  The 28 mile route has 2 wineries, the 50 has 3, the 68 has 4, and the 100 milers have 6 winery rest stops.  One of the stops on the three longest routes is located inside Burnham Orchards and the wine runners will haul back your fruit and pastry purchases too. 

    For additional details, see the website at,  the FB page, and the FB Event Page


    • 14-Jul-2019
    • 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Copley High School, 3807 Ridgewood Rd Copley, OH

    Event run by Akron Bicycle Club

    All rides will start and end at Copley High School, 3807 Ridgewood Rd Copley, OH.

    New Routes for 2019 to make this a more Absolutely Beautiful Country Ride

    Your ride includes:

    1. SAG Support

    2. Rest stops for food and hydration

    3. Sandwiches midway for the 100 mile riders 

    4. Our infamous Dunkin Donut stop

    5. Routes include 25, 50 ,62 and 100 miles.

    6. Celebrate by enjoying a great meal, served my Old Carolina Barbecue, and live entertainment By The Chris Carlton Band.

    7. There will be a 7 am start for our century ride, we encourage you to wear your team jersey.

    8. An 8 am start for the 50, and 62 mile routes and encourage team riders to wear your  team jersey.

    9. A 10 am start for the 25 mile route.

    10. Dinner will begin serving at noon until 4 pm.

    11. Best of all you will have an "Absolutely Beautiful Country Ride"

    Register at their website

    • 18-Jul-2019
    • 21-Jul-2019
    • Greene County Parks & Trails 575 Ledbetter Road Xenia, OH 45385

    Greene Trails Cycling Classic

    • designed and supported by Greene County Parks & Trails

    Many CTC cyclists attend this event.  It's an event with up to 4 days of riding. 

    Please contact Nan if you are interested in going.  We get a group rate. 

    Website for event

    Highlights of event:

    The Greene Trails Century Ride (100 miles) and Greene Trails Metric Century Ride (62 miles) are annual favorites of cyclists. Greene County is part of the nation's largest network of paved trails with more than 330 miles of paved trails in southwestern Ohio.

     All breakfasts and two dinners are included in the four-day package.

    Lots of extracurricular things to do: restaurants, breweries, museums, shopping

    • 10-Aug-2019
    • 6:15 AM
    • 185 Stoudtsburg Rd., Reinholds, PA 17569

    Sponsored by New Holland Bicycle Race LLC

    The Legendary Nightmare Tour CONTINUES!!  This event is a bicycle tour around the perimeter of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

    ______________________________________________________ You must be 21 years or older to participate.  Registration must be with your own credit card at this site, & must be done a MINIMUM 

    No day of registration.


    The Legendary Nightmare Tour continues.  This event is a bicycle tour around the perimeter of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

    For fans and former participants, we continue to provide a 177 mile tour in one day with raw climb over 15,000 ft.

    The route you know and love is the same.  The starting and ending points are now Adamstown, PA.  We also have a 

    new 111 m, a harder 200 m/18,000 ft. of climb, a 225 mile/22,000 feet of raw climb (death by cycling), and 24 hr Event.



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