Dog Days Wine Tour
2023 Photos are UP!


The 2023 DDWT was a Success!

The 2023 Dog Days Wine Tour is a wrap!

Hey there! We’re thrilled to share that the 2023 ride was a total blast! Despite the weather forecast predicting rain, we lucked out and had a fantastic day. 

Pictures are up for your viewing pleasure!

Mark your calendars for 2024 – we’d love to have you join us for another amazing ride!



The NEW home for the 2023 Dog Days Wine Tour will be the Oberlin College Athletic Complex in Oberlin, Oh. From here we will stage the 15th annual DDWT with routes of 28, 50, and 64 miles. Rest stops at up to 3 local wineries and back-by-popular demand a cider house. Plan to tour the beautiful scenic roads of Lorain county, save the date July 15th, 2023.


Dog Days Wine Tour 2023


Soak up the scenery on one of our three routes launching in 2023! The 28 and 50-mile routes take you to two vineyard rest stops, while the 64-mile route stops at three vineyards and by popular demand, an apple orchard rest stop. Cheers!


Rest Stops

What makes the Dog Day Wine Tour so unique is our rest stops are all at local wineries. The longer your route, the greater the number of wineries there are along the way.


Looking for the latest in DDWT gear? Our 2023 line will soon be available for purchase! Men’s and women’s DDWT signature jerseys and tee shirts can be ordered upon registration.


Where to Stay

We offer a variety of lodging options for our out-of-town visitors, including motels, hotels, B&Bs, and camping sites. Whether you’re looking for a cozy place to stay or a place to pitch a tent, you’ll find it nearby.


End your ride on a sweet note with an ice cream dessert, or grab a bite from one of the food trucks available for after-ride meals.


Here you’ll find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. If you need more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Looking for a Cycling Club?

We now offer many events, totaling over 600 during the season. These activities are primarily rides of all types but also include our educational program, meetings, and non-cycling recreational activities. In the off-season, we remain active with hikes and cross-country skiing. We have rides scheduled about every day and in peak season multiple daily rides.
If you are interested in adding substance to your cycling and making new friends in the process, you might want to consider joining Silver Wheels Cycling Club.