2020 Tour de Lincoln will be on May 2nd
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We had a great Ride during the 2019 Tour de Lincoln
Fun, Fun, Fun!
See Menu for Photos – Some Great Ones!
————–Most pages in website relate to 2019 Tour ————–
The 2020 schedule will be as follows:
+ Tour de Lincoln Check-In Times
– Metric Century & Half Century registration:
– Metric Quarter Century registration:
+Riders may leave anytime after check-in.
The inaugural Tour de Lincoln was held May 2002, sponsored by the Lincoln Volunteer Center, beginning as a benefit bike ride, and growing to over 600 cyclists participating. The Tour offers a wonderful Spring day of riding the scenic back roads of Lincoln and South Placer County. Great new routes this year! The ride is fee based and includes a continental breakfast, well stocked rest stops, SAG and mechanical support along the routes. There is a great post-ride BBQ lunch with beer and wine available.
The event was taken over by Rotary Club of Lincoln in 2018 with proceeds to be used to support our club projects. The 19th annual event will be held on Saturday, May 2nd, 2019. This year the Tour offers three courses: The Metric Quarter Century (~16 miles), The Metric Half Century (~32 miles), and the Metric Century (~63 miles).
Metric Century: Ride through beautiful oak covered hills passing by horse ranches, old wooden barns, country estates, and lush vineyards. Climb challenging Chili Hill, Baxter Grade, and picturesque Millerton Road, while enjoying three well-stocked rest stops run by local service clubs. Total climbing 3,826 feet.
Metric Half Century: A beautiful ride winding through the hills and horse ranches of rural Lincoln. Beautiful valley views and gentle climbs (1300 feet of vertical gain). A rest stop will be provided at historic Mt Pleasant Hall.
Metric Quarter Century: A nearly flat loop through rural Lincoln with a rest stop at Mt Pleasant Hall.
Helmets are required for all riders!
Non-Rider activities include shopping in Historic Downtown, local beer and wine tasting, McBean Skate Park, McBean Park playground, and two beautiful public golf courses within 2 miles.
Registration online is available at Active.com