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It is with sincere regret and apologies we are announcing the cancellation of the 2023 Napa Valley Tour, which was scheduled to take place on August 20th. 


We understand the excitement and anticipation you had for this tour, and we share in your disappointment. We had been diligently working to create a memorable and enjoyable experience for all participants, but due to circumstances beyond our control, we are unable to provide the event we had hoped for.

Thank you for your understanding, and we hope to welcome you on the rescheduled Napa Valley Tour next year.

Although the Tour has been canceled, donations to the Napa County Bicycle Coalition can still be made. Napa County Bicycle Coalition has been working with local residents, small businesses, industry, and elected officials to align our transportation sector with the needs of bicyclists and other active transportation users. If you would like to donate to the Napa County Bicycle Coalition, please visit: 

About the Tour

The Tour of Napa Valley is a recreational road ride that began in 1976. For over 40 years, riders from all over the Bay Area and beyond make the trek to Napa each year in August and ride through the Napa Valley and over the mountains into far flung regions of Napa County.

During its peak years, more than 2000 riders participated. The ride had a reputation for beautiful views, fast flats and challenging climbs. It has also been remembered for delicious food and live music.

We are proud to continue this long-standing tradition of bringing cyclist from all over to explore the Napa Valley.

What to Know


30, 70, and 100 miles


Become a Sponsor

The Tour is one of the most successful cycling events in the Napa Valley! It's grass-roots beginnings have brought together so many cyclists from all backgrounds to the Napa Valley. It's success can be largely contributed to it's proud sponsors.

If you would like to become a sponsor, please reach out to

Tour Routes


30 Miles

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68 Miles

100 Miles

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