What is the Tour de l'Alberta?

The Tour de l'Alberta is a one day bicycle ride, celebrating cycling, culture and community. The event takes place on the last Sunday of the Tour de France. Beaumont, Alberta has been home to the TDA since 2015.

  • The Tour de l’Alberta was started in 1994 by the Edmonton Bicycle & Touring Club as a club ride for members to celebrate the Tour de France in our French communities, and to promote recreational cycling by participants of all ages and abilities

  • On its inaugural ride, the club saw just over 20 cyclists ride 100 miles. Since that day in 1994, the ride has grown to its current state of over 1300 cyclists with four different ride options (Family Ride, 50 km, 100 km, and 160 km).

  • The Tour de l’Alberta is one of the largest one day cycling rides in Western Canada and is a staple on the local sporting event calendar. The Tour has introduced new riders to the sport as well as returning participants from previous years.

  • The Tour de l'Alberta is a fully supported event. The ride is patrolled by mechanical support. Rest stops are readily available along the routes with food and water. After the ride, everyone gathers together for a buffet style dinner.

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