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Whether you’re a transplant survivor, registry member or donor, family member of a transplant recipient, or a Be The Match® supporter with a bike, we’ve got something for you! Our 2023 tours range in length, location and difficulty level. On every tour, you’re sure to find adventure, community and fun! 

All tours are limited to 12 riders.  

Registration Cost: $500  

Includes: ride entry, custom Tour de TC cycling jersey, professional fundraising support, hotels, SAG (Support and Gear) van support to transport luggage, water and snacks, help with routine repairs, and rider and bike transport as needed.  

Riders will pay for their own travel to and from the start and finish, meals and miscellaneous expenses during the ride. Riders are expected to bring their own cycling gear and equipment. 

Fundraising commitment: $2,500 

Tour de TC riders commit to raising a minimum of $2,500 in full by December 31, 2023. If the fundraising commitment is not met by the deadline, riders are responsible for donating any remaining balance. 

Registration deadlines: One month prior to each tour

California Wine Country Tour

May 22–26, 2023

(Registration deadline: April 22)

Difficulty level
Varies depending on the route each day  

Tour leaders
Scott MacGregor and Bob Falkenberg

Daily rides based in Healdsburg. Visit the redwood forest, wineries and other attractions.

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Take in the gorgeous countryside of this premier wine-growing region and raise your glass to saving lives. The Hotel Trio in Healdsburg, Calif. in the heart of the Sonoma Valley will be your stylish hub for a variety of fixed-base rides. There will be two separate rides each day with varying degrees of challenge  

For this fixed-based tour, registered cyclists may bring one adult non-cycling guest to stay with them in the cyclist’s hotel room. Anyone riding must register and meet the minimum fundraising requirement. Check out the routes.

The cycling route options include rides to the following local attractions:

  • Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve  
  • Lake Sonoma Overlook  
  • Charles Schulz Museum (Peanuts) and Kendall Jackson Wine Estate  
  • Castello de Amorosa (Napa Valley)  
  • Historic Wohler Road Bridge over the Russian River  
  • Bodega Bay on the Pacific Coast  
  • Numerous wineries on all the routes

Wisconsin Summer Fun Tour

June 10–17, 2023

(Registration deadline: May 10)

Difficulty level
Moderate (hills and distance) 

Tour leader
Bob Falkenberg

Start and finish in Milwaukee. Visit Lake Geneva, Madison, Wisconsin Dells and other attractions. 

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Experience the delights of America’s Dairyland in this 343-mile van-supported loop tour that starts and finishes in Milwaukee, with overnight stays in Lake Geneva, Madison, Spring Green, Wisconsin Dells and Columbus. Bike an invigorating 40 to 75 miles each day. And take a full day each to explore beautiful Lake Geneva and the breathtaking scenic attractions (and waterparks!) of Wisconsin Dells. Check out the routes.

  • Lake Geneva offers a variety of recreational opportunities at an additional cost—from boat tours to boat and jet ski rentals, swimming, hiking and more. Wisconsin Dells offers a wide variety of family recreation opportunities at an additional cost.  
  • Cyclists can invite non-cycling guests to share their hotel room at Lake Geneva and/or Wisconsin Dells on non-cycling days to share in the fun. Anyone who rides must register and meet the fundraising requirement.  
  • The tour will also make stops at Cave of the Mounds near Madison and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin in Spring Green.

Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

July 9–15, 2023

(Registration deadline: June 9)

Difficulty level
Most difficult (elevation 5,000 - 12,000 ft, steep climbing and descending, distance)

Tour leader
Bob Falkenberg

Start and finish in Fort Collins. Visit Laramie, Walden, Steamboat, Grand Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park.

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Indulge in majestic mountain beauty as you test your stamina in this challenging 412-mile 7-day van-supported loop tour that starts and finishes in Fort Collins, Colo. Daily rides vary in length from 45 to 78 miles and include up to 4,700 feet of climbing. The entire tour is 5,000-12,000-feet elevation and crosses the Continental Divide three times. Pedal through incredible scenery with stops in Laramie, Wyo., Walden, Colo., Steamboat Springs, Colo., Kremmling Colo., Grand Lake Colo. and Estes Park Colo. Check out the routes.

Ride attractions:  

  • The scenery all along the route is spectacular! Expect to see local wildlife—elk, moose, antelope, mule deer and more. Walden is the "Moose Viewing Capital of Colorado.”  
  • The trip leg from Grand Lake to Estes Park is through Rocky Mountain National Park (over 12,000-feet elevation).

Escape to the Cape Tour

Jul 15–21, 2023

(Registration deadline: June 15)

Difficulty level
Moderate (hills and distance)  

Tour leaders
Harry and Elle Crofton

Start and finish in Boston. Visit the historic Berkshires, Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.

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Cycle around the gorgeous Atlantic coast on this 7-day 220-mile loop tour in Boston with stops in Worcester, Mass., Sturbridge, Mass., Providence, R.I., Falmouth and Provincetown, Mass. (Cape Cod). Enjoy a picturesque ferry ride to and from Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard. Daily ride length varies from 10 to 70 miles with the 70-mile day being mostly flat. Check out the routes. 

Ride attractions:  

  • Ride through historic sections of Boston and college towns like Wellesley out to Historic Sturbridge in the Berkshires. The tour will include a stop at Old Sturbridge Village, a living history museum.  
  • Enjoy three nights on Cape Cod, two nights in Falmouth and one night in Provincetown. The Cape visit will include a tour of Martha’s Vineyard Island, a short ferry ride from Falmouth. From Falmouth we will ride the length of Cape Cod, spend the night in Provincetown, and take a ferry on the last day back to Boston Harbor.

Bike to the Beach Tour

July 23–30, 2023

(Registration deadline: June 13)

Difficulty level
Easy to moderate (flat most days, 65-mile maximum distance, hot weather) 

Tour leaders
Harry and Elle Crofton

Start and finish in Philadelphia. Visit the Jersey Shore and spend a day in Ocean City, Md.

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Enrich your soul with sand and sun on this 8-day, 328-mile loop tour with stops in Vineland and Wildwood, N.J., Ocean City, Delmar, Denton, and Elkton, Md. Daily ride length varies from 37 to 65 miles. The terrain is mostly flat. Check out the routes.

Ride attractions:  

  • Ride through some of the old small towns of western and southern New Jersey on the way to Wildwood where there should be time in the late afternoon to enjoy the beach and the active evening vibe. The next day, ride from Wildwood to Ocean City, Md. via Cape May, N.J. to Lewes, Del. ferry.  
  • Riders will then have a free day in Ocean City to enjoy the beaches and other amenities before heading back to Philadelphia.  
  • The return ride takes the cyclists across the Delmarva Peninsula and north through some of the southwestern suburbs of Philadelphia.
  • Finish line event with Children's Hospital of Philadelphia BMT program

Puget Sound and Victoria, BC Tour

August 7–12, 2023

(Registration deadline: July 7)

Difficulty level
moderate to hard (hills and distance) 

Tour leader
Scott MacGregor

Start and finish in Seattle. Explore the islands by bike and ferry.

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Gear up for a somewhat challenging 6-day, 257-mile loop on our first international bike tour! With the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Rocky Mountains to the east, we'll start and finish in Seattle, making stops in Bremerton and Sequim, Wash., Victoria, BC, Anacortes and Mukilteo, Wash. along the way. Daily ride length will vary from 18 to 66 miles and some of the routes are hilly. Check out the routes.

Ride attractions:  

  • The ride starts from Seattle to the ferry over to Vashon Island, to the ferry at the south end of the island to Tacoma, then across the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, and on to Bremerton and Sequim.   
  • A short bike ride and ferry ride will take riders to beautiful Victoria, BC with plenty of time to explore the city before dining on the harbor. (Bring your passport and COVID-19 vaccine card!)  
  • From Victoria, riders will head north to Sidney on a fantastic bike trail, then take a scenic 40-mile ferry ride to Anacortes.  
  • The last two days take riders south on the island from Anacortes to a short ferry ride to Mukilteo, then on to Seattle for the last (short) day of riding.