Tour de Natick

Events Details

The Tour de Natick is a family bike ride held each Father’s Day on the Natick Common by the Rotary Club of Natick. Traditionally the route is a 6 mile loop from the Natick Commons. This year, due to the corona virus pandemic and for the safety of our volunteers and participants, we are holding the 1st ever Virtual Tour de Natick!

The Virtual Tour de Natick can be completed anytime over Father's Day weekend, and you can ride your bike anywhere that works best for you- literally from anywhere in the world! You can even use a stationary bike if you prefer. You can participate in our traditional 6 mile ride, or take on the new Tour de Natick Challenge and ride as many miles as you like during the weekend. 

All money raised through the Virtual Tour de Natick will go toward the Rotary Club of Natick’s charitable foundation to benefit Natick Scholars.  Each year the Rotary club of Natick gives away over $10,000 in scholarships to graduating Natick High School Seniors.  Additionally, we give out over 300 dictionaries to third graders through our dictionary program.  Over the past 14 years we have been able to give out over $151,000 in scholarships and over 4,500 dictionaries because of the Tour de Natick.

Virtual Tour de Natick Details

  • Date: Friday, June 19 - Sunday, June 21, 2020 (Father's Day)
  • Distance: Choice of 6 miles or take on the "Challenge" and ride as many miles as you can
  • Location: Anywhere you like
  • Time: Anytime during the weekend that fits your schedule
  • Fees:
    $17 for Single riders
    $29 for Families
  • Race Shirts: All participants registered by Sunday, June 7th, will receive the custom designed, 2020 Tour de Natick t-shirt. All others will receive shirts/sizes on availability basis. You have the ability to select sizes during checkout.

Awards

This is a fun ride, family event and no awards are given for time or distance traveled.
However, there will be several prizes for participants who submit times, distances and photos. Winners will be selected through a random drawing from all participants.