The thirtieth running of MPBC’s marquee annual event, Tour of the Hamptons, aka TOH, is a bicycle tour open to the general public to promote cycling, provide riders of all skill levels the opportunity to navigate the picturesque roads of Long Island’s South Fork, and raise funds for local charities, high school scholarships and the club’s own philanthropic programs.
Tour of the Hamptons winds through the historic villages of Sagaponack, Wainscott, East Hampton, Amagansett and Montauk Point before returning to its starting location in Southampton. Riders can choose from routes of 25, 53, 70 and 105 miles, all of which offer flat terrain, rolling hills, farmland, forests and mansion views along the way.
Registration for TOH is now open on BikeReg. Please follow this link to the registration page.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
Southampton Public Schools
Fresh Pond Park
Athletic Brewing Company
Brands Cycle & Fitness
Trek of Massapequa
Trek of Plainview
Capo Brothers Truck
Carl Hart Bicycles
Vision at Cedar Creek
Rotations Bicycle Center
Flanzig & Flanzig aka NY Bike Lawyers
Shoprite of Plainview
MPBC donates a portion of The Tour’s proceeds to the following organizations:
Bridgehampton Child Care
& Recreation Center
Southampton Fresh Air Home
Maureen’s Haven (Riverhead)
New York Bicycling Coalition
The Tour also funds annual scholarship awards at Southampton, East Hampton and Massapequa High Schools, as well as Club initiatives such as Bikes for Kids.
- Check-in tent opens at 7AM
- Bring notarized waiver
- Bring confirmation of registration
Please do not ask to check in before 7:00AM!!!
- Please park your vehicle as directed by our volunteers and the High School Security Officers
- Do not block any driveways
- Do not park in any “No Parking” zones
- Do not park in Fire Zones especially near the firehouse
We want to be invited back next year for TOH 31!
- GPS routes and cue sheets will be in email sent to registered riders and volunteers
- Roads are marked with:
fluorescent green arrows
along with the letters TOH
|105 Mile Route||7:30 – 8:00AM|
|70 Mile Route||8:00 – 8:30AM|
|53 Mile Route||8:30 – 9:00AM|
|25 Mile Route||9:00 – 11:00AM|
Each rest stop will have mechanical support provided by several of our bike shop sponsors. SAG vehicles will be provided should you require further assistance out on the road. A CERTIFIED EMT WILL BE STATIONED AT EACH OF THE THREE REST STOP LOCATIONS
- Hero sandwiches at end of ride
Safety & Equipment
Make sure your bike is in good working order with properly inflated tires. Bring one spare tube, a patch kit, and a hand pump. Make sure you have proper ID and be sure to bring a water bottle or two and drink regularly throughout the ride.
- All riders must wear a helmet
- Earphones are not allowed on the Tour
- For your own safety, you must ride single file and as far to the right as is possible and safe
- Please obey all the rules of the road.
The roadways in the Hamptons are very congested, thus you must exercise good care and judgment. Please be courteous to all other users of the roads, including cyclists on the Tour that may be riding at a slower pace than you.
Each rest stop will have mechanical support provided by several of our bike shop sponsors. SAG vehicles will be provided should you require further assistance out on the road.
FOR MINOR, NON LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES, A CERTIFIED EMT WILL BE STATIONED AT EACH OF THE THREE REST STOP LOCATIONS. YOU MAY CALL THE SAG DISPATCHER FOR THESE INSTANCES IF YOU FEEL YOU ARE UNABLE TO REACH THE NEAREST REST STOP.
FOR ANY SERIOUS INJURIES OR LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCIES CALL 911.