Aug 18-19, 2018

About the Dunnville Grand Tour  

The Dunnville Grand Tour is a  weekend-long event for cyclists of all skill levels.
Whether coasting by the banks of the Grand River or cruising along the picturesque shores of Lake Erie, the greater Dunnville area offers some of the best recreational cycling opportunities in Southern Ontario.
The goal of the weekend-long event is to promote the trails and cycling friendly routes of the area that could help to elevate Dunnville to a cycling destination.
Come and join us August 18-19, 2018 in Dunnville rain or shine . 
The tour is a bicycle ride for all skill levels. Our routes are all on road and mostly flat with wide shoulders. You’ll be riding through some of the most beautiful scenery in Haldimand County.
Free lunch, drinks, fruit and snacks are included at rest stops. SAG Wagon and maps are provided
  Ride options: 25, 50, 75, 100 km loops (each day) and 160km (Saturday Only)
Saturday routes will differ from Sunday routes
 Dunnville Memorial Arena & Community Lifespan Centre
275 Ramsey Drive
Dunnville, Ontario
Canada, N1A 0A7 


​​      NEW THIS YEAR 

 We quickly grew out the Lions Park. We wanted to ensure riders will have a pleasent experience from the moment thay arrive. We moved the Dunnville registration to DunnvilleMemorial Arena & Community Lifespan Centre. This will offer plenty of parking, AC and onsite lunch. Rider experience is first.

You can register for the Sunday 100km ride in Caledonia or Dunnville.This will help riders who can’t find
accommodations in Dunnville.  Caledonia offers plenty of B&B’and Hotels (Courtyard Marriott, Hamilton) 
15 minutes from the registration site

​You asked us and we listened !
​For the 2018 tour, we will offer a wider varity of tour themed clothing. Our new tour gear will include sleeveless cycling jerseys, cycling bib shorts, long sleeve cycling jerseys (winter option available), long pants (winter option available) and arm warmers.

​​The 2018 Dunnville Grand Tour Collection

  Order them now at the  DGT Gear Store

  You can purchase these items  at the event.
​Please note quantities are limited.
Pre-ordered clothing should be available the first week of August.
​If you wish to have your clothing shipped to you prior to the tour, please click on the "ship" button. Please note shipping and handling charges will apply. ($16.99)

​If you wish to pick up your order before the tour, please email us.

​​Meet the most fantastic volunteer team 

  They will greet you wit a smile.
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Haldimand County is where the waters of the Southern Grand River meet Lake Erie – offering visitors the experience of both “Grand River Country” and “Ontario’s South Coast.”
Dunnville is a picturesque community of 12,000 people, situated  along the Grand River in Haldimand County. The town is located on Highway #3, between the Niagara and Hamilton regions, and less than an hour away from the U. S. border.


Dunnville is located along Hwy #3 (Kings Hwy)
50 minutes from Hamilton
140 minutes from Toronto
1 hour from Buffalo, NY
140 minutes from Kitchener

 Dunnville Weather Forecast

Haldimand County Cycling Map


It will take a lot of work to get ready for the Dunnville Grand Tour, and it can't happen without the generous help of volunteers. 
If you would like to help with the tour please return the volunteer form to dunnvillegrandtour@gmail.com. For more information ,please contact us. Download the form by clicking on the tab below.

     Volunteer Form
     Download our Sponsorship Proposal


Sunday, June 10th 2018

The Cambridge Tour de Grand is an annual recreational bicycle event which was first held in 1998 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the formation of the City of Cambridge. Eleven routes from 10 km up to 160 km, including the 50 and 76 km gravel and trail routes, attract cyclists of all ages and abilities.

Handcrafted Canadian bikes from Waterloo, Ont

Test ride it at the Dunnville Grand Tour