Thank you to all our 2017 Sponsors!!                                                                                                      

We couldn't make this event happen without you!

Interested in sponsoring Tour de Ladies - contact us at and we'll figure out the ideal way for your company or product to reach hundreds of women!

Please support our sponsors, follow the links below to check out their wonderful services and products!

Why sponsor Tour de Ladies?

Exposure to the event’s growing base of women cyclists from around Colorado – these women are educated, affluent and active! Promotional emails reach more than 600 potential participants, our Facebook page has more than 650 likes and our materials are distributed throughout the Denver metro area, as well as Colorado Springs.

  • 85% of participants say there are likely or very likely to participate in Tour de Ladies again

  • 91% say they will likely or very likely recommend Tour de Ladies to a friend

  • 64% of participants have a household income of $100,000 or more

  • Support the Crisis Center ( – last year Tour de Ladies raised more than $16,000 for the agency, and 22% of participants said they did the ride to support the cause.

  • Women’s cycling is a growing industry and attracts women with a variety of interests

  • The number of women who rode 110 days or more increased 8% between 2000 and 2010.

Contact us to learn more about the sponsorship option that's right for you!

Donations needed!

Have a great product that you know ladies would love? Get great exposure by donating samples! Tour de Ladies would love to feature the following types of products at our aid stations and/or finish area:



  • energy bars  

  • nutritious snacks (must withstand heat)

  • energy beverages

  • sunscreen and lip balm

And a huge thanks to the volunteers and organizations who help make the ride happen, including the following (TBD):


Douglas County School District


1 – Tour de Ladies post-event survey, July 2014

2– The US Bicycle Market: A Trend Overview, published by the Gluskin TownleyGroup, by Brad Edmondson,