"Tour of Lights" Bike For Thought

Save the date for the 2018 Bike for thought


Enjoy beautiful views of historic lighthouses while raising funds to provide critical brain injury prevention and resource services throughout Connecticut. Don't miss this beautiful coastal ride with incredible views of seven historic lighthouses. The Bike for Thought starting location is at UCONN's Avery Point. Registration will be open at 8:00 AM and all routes will start at 9:00 AM.

​The 62 mile route will take riders to Westerly, RI and back to Avery Point.  The 25 mile route will tour the scenic Connecticut coast.

Click here for a Map of the two Routes.

**Commit to Raising > $150 for the event and Registration is FREE! ** 

Registration Fees          

Through Early May
25 Mile        62 Mile           Virtual Rider         Raising Funds > $150
$60                 $90                 $35                        Free

On site
25 Mile      62 Mile          Virtual Rider         Adaptive Rider
$70              $100                   N/A                       Free

*Adaptive Riders welcome to bring your bike and join us for free - registration required.

Sponsorship Opportunities
Sponsorship of the 2018 Tour of Lights Bike for Thought presents a unique opportunity to demonstrate to our attendees and the entire community your commitment to our mission of sustaining the brain injury community. Please join other area business leaders as they celebrate the important work that happens each and every day in serving those affected and their families. Your generous support and participation in this event helps us to fulfill our mission at BIAC. Your sponsorship will give your business heightened visibility to the thousands of individuals and organizations that are affiliated with BIAC as well as to those that will be in attendance at this event.  Contact John Hampton at jhampton@biact.org or 860-219-0291, ext 303 for more information or click here for information from the 2017 Bike for Thought.  

For more information on the 2018 Bike for Thought, contact Michelle Brey at 860-219-0291, x 310 or mbrey@biact.org