The Berkshires to Boston Tour hosts over 100 riders from all over the world as they cross Massachusetts by bicycle.  This is not a race and not a fund-raiser.  It's simply an opportunity to explore America's prettiest state by bicycle during the best time of year.

Riders cover about 240 miles during the tour and can add an additional 23 - 40 by including one of the pre-tour Wednesday Warm Up rides. Learn more about the daily routes at "The Scene From the Saddle" page.

Morning greets the Hancock Shaker Village campsite

Morning greets the Hancock Shaker Village campsite

The tour overnight accomodations include either camping or staying in our partner hotels along the way. We'll be staying in four host communities across the state - Hancock, Sunderland, Devens and Boston.  Learn more about the overnight accommodations and communities at the "Off The Bike" page.

Riders choose from a variety of meal plans to meet their personal needs.  Learn more about meals, rest stops and other food options at the "What's Cooking?" page.

Rider's celebrate the halfway point in Petersham

Rider's celebrate the halfway point in Petersham

Tour riders travel from around the world to participate. They have a wide range of fitness levels and travel at different speeds.  Invariably, riders find others who share their personal abilities and preferred pace for exploring Massachusetts by bicycle.  Learn more about our riders at the "About Our Riders" page.

With riders travelling from great distances to participate, the logistics of getting rider, gear and bike to the Berkshire starting point can be complicated.  We've simplified these challenges by offering our riders transportation to the start either before or after the tour and options for shipping or renting bikes for the ride.  Explore these options at the "Getting to the Start" and "Bike Shipping and Rentals" pages. 

Registration closes when the tour reaches the our rider limit.  Learn more about tour pricing at the "2018 Pricing" page.

The famous Round Barn at Hancock Shaker Village

The famous Round Barn at Hancock Shaker Village