Bon Ton Roulet, Finger Lakes

The Bon Ton Roulet is a seven-day bicycle tour through the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State. Our fully supported tour takes cyclists from wide open farm fields, past stunning overlooks of our lakes, to cavernous water-carved gorges. The tour starts and ends in Cortland, New York. You’ll also enjoy an area of the country that’s rich with National Historic Sites as well as award winning wineries. The Long Route appeals to those riders who love the challenge of a 65-75 mile ride per day at a pace that’s typically quicker than most. The Regular Route, typically 35-50 miles per day, tends to attract newer riders and those who plan on spending the day leisurely browsing the markets and attractions along the way. Many riders even switch back and forth between routes during the week, making the Bon Ton the perfect tour!

Bon Ton Roulet
July 20-27, 2019
Call Dawn or Amy at the Auburn Y with questions, 315-253-5304!


2 thoughts on “Bon Ton Roulet, Finger Lakes”

  1. On Wed 7/27 my husband and I were riding the Ontario Parkway trail and my bike got a flat. We had another bike tube but not the correct pump (brand new bike) and we were about 13 miles away from our vehicle! A group of the Bon Ton Roulet riders saw us on the side of the road and stopped to offer help.
    What a great group of people! 2 guys and 1 girl…1 from Massachusetts and the other 2 from NY, NY. Unfortunately we didn’t get their names.
    They were super friendly and very patient while my husband replaced my tire. They waited right there with us until we were ready to go again.
    It made our day to meet such a great group of people. We hope you see this and can somehow pass along our thanks to them! There are still good people in this world!!


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