Sign up for the short (42km) or long course (105km) and get ready for some of the toughest climbs in the region.
Pacific Cup Championship
New for 2022 - the Pacific Cup Championship! With the support of the Oceania Cycling Confederation (OCC) and the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the first ever Pacific Cup Championship will be held in conjunction with the Tour of Guam.
Athletes representing the Pacific island nations of Fiji, New Caledonia, Tahiti, Samoa, CNMI, Cook Islands, Vanuatu, and host country Guam, will compete in the 105km course to determine the male and female Pacific Cup Champions. In subsequent years, this event host will rotate amongst these OCC member nations and will serve as a platform to further develop the sport of cycling in the region.
Packet pick-up will take place at Skinner Plaza near the Guam Museum on Saturday, December 10 from 9am until 12pm. Your packet will include your event shirt, race timing chip, zip-tie (to secure your timing chip to your bike), bike number, helmet number, info sheet, and some goodies from our sponsors. Please bring ID to insure we are issuing the packet to the correct person.
TOUR OF GUAM - HISTORY
The Tour Of Guam started back in 2010 when the race started and finished at Jeff's Pirates Cove in Ipan, Talofofo. A few years later the staging point was moved to the capital city of Hagatna where it remains today.
The Guam Cycling Federation, along with the generous support of the Guam Visitors Bureau, holds the event for the benefit of the local cycling community and as an attractive option for active sports-minded travelers to visit Guam and participate in this annual event.
The race also serves to crown Guam's National Road Cycling Champion for both male and female riders who meet Guam's residency requirements as defined by the Guam Nat'l Olympic Committee.