Join us on sunday may 31st, 2015 - Registration opens wed april 15th, 2015 this year's theme is pirates vs. ninjas!
IMPORTANT: This year the TdB will have a different format than in previous years. The event begins at Liberty Park with a large group ride through the city, utilizing the Open Streets event, as well as the excellent new cycling infrastructure throughout the city. Other than the Open Streets event, no lights, roads, or intersections will be blocked or closed, just like in previous years. We want people to be exposed to riding in the city as one would normally by commuting to work or going to a friend’s house or restaurant. There will be a couple of rest stops along the way with water and snacks available. The route will be between 15 to 20 miles. The group ride will end at Liberty Park with a beer and bicycle festival that will include vendors, food, music, raffle prizes and fun! Your registration will include several drinks at the festival, a pint glass (on time this year), prize drawing ticket, and support for the SLC Bicycle Collective and the Open Streets event. We look forward to seeing you out there!
Registration is $35 through April and changes to $45 in May.
Your registration includes:
Event pint glass
Snack stops along the ride
Post-event festival with music, vendors, and fun!
One prize drawing ticket for great prizes!
Several pours of Utah's finest craft beer (or other non-alcoholic beverage)
Support for the SLC Bicycle Collective and the SLC Open Streets event
Riding through Salt Lake City on a beautiful day with tons of other fun people!
Salt Lake City is home to amazing cycling infrastructure and a progressive cycling community. Not to mention, the brewing scene has deep roots in the city and produces nationally recognized beers. The Tour de Brewtah is the longest running Bikes & Beers event. Started in 2010 by Bikes & Beers founding member, Tim Stempel, the TDB has established itself as an outstanding annual event in Salt Lake City. The Tour de Brewtah benefits various charities that change each year, and donated $15,000 in both 2013 and 2014.