Disclaimer: The 2020 Tour des Chutes is a fully virtual event. These route maps are from the 2019 event, and will not be supported, marked, or monitored in any way during our virtual event. They are for information only.

100-mile route

Our century route uses 18 miles of the Sisters-Smith Rock State Scenic Bikeway, and winds through diverse terrain across mostly low traffic, rural roads. Though the terrain may at first seem gentle, this is a harder century ride than many people anticipate. If you cannot average at least 15 mph on the flats, we suggest you consider the 75-mile route instead.

Click here for the route map and details: TdC 100 Mile Map

75-mile route

This route uses 18 miles of the Sisters-Smith Rock State Scenic Bikeway, in addition to meandering through sweeping views of the Cascades and agricultural lands throughout Central Oregon.   While the majority of the course does utilize low traffic rural roads, there is one 2.5-mile section of heavily traveled Hwy 20.

Click here for the route map and details: TdC 75 Mile Map

50-mile route

This route uses a majority of the State Scenic Bikeway Twin Bridges Loop, and includes fast rolling terrain with terrific mountain views. Be sure to take a break at the route’s halfway point, the Cline Falls aid station, and enjoy the peaceful pause to catch your breath.

Click here for the route map and details: TdC 50 Mile Map

34-mile gravel route

This 34 mile out-and-back route features rugged terrain and breathtaking views. Riders begin by heading west on Skyliners Rd for just under two miles (the only non-gravel section of the ride) before turning north onto NF-4606. After a drop to cross Tumalo Creek the route travels mostly uphill going north, and follows along mostly smooth stable gravel to the first aid station at just over 9 miles from the start. A mix of pine forest with the occasional patch of old Juniper should keep things cool, and peekaboo views of the Cascades will keep the rider motivated. The route ends with an epic view of North and Middle Sister.

Please note that while the roads are generally in good condition, there are some patches of loose material and some bumpy descents. This route has a couple of challenging climbs, and less experienced riders may enjoy just riding out to the first aid station and then return to the venue.

Click here for the route map and details: TdC Gravel Route

25-mile route

The route heads out towards Shevlin Park on wide-shouldered Shevlin Park Road.  After a quick climb out of the canyon, the route passes through Juniper and Pine forests before giving way to agricultural land and great Cascade views.  After a refreshing pause at the Tumalo rest stop, its a climb back to Bend and the Post Ride Party.

Click here for the route map and details: TdC 25 Mile Map

7-mile route

This is a family-friendly loop through the Broken Top neighborhood in Bend, suitable for almost anyone! The route travels to Broken Top out along Skyline Ranch Rd, then loops through on paved paths before looping its way back to the venue.

Click here for the route map and details: TdC 7-Mile Map