Ride options include a beautiful metric century (62 miles), a rolling mid-distance (25 or 32) and a fun filled family ride (6 miles).  Each route winds through rolling countryside, beautiful farmlands, young forests and past historic sites.

SAVE THE DATE: June 10, 2023

By registering for this ride you will support FIVE amazing non-profits! Our core partners, the Community Health Council of Lebanon County, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition are thrilled to be the organizers of this great event.  Learn more about all of our great work on our respective websites.

This year we are thrilled to be supporting two new organizations alongside the big 3. The Lebanon Valley Mountain Bike Team is an interscholastic cycling team for 6th-12th grade students. The purpose of the team is for kids to have a blast learning mountain biking skills, riding with friends and competing in a safe environment. To learn more visit their website at www.lvmtb.org.

The Lebanon Bicycle Recycle is an initiative of the Lebanon Valley Bike Coalition. With a mobile trailer and a workshop in Downtown Lebanon, LBR collects bikes for recycling, attends events with the mobile trailer for simple repairs and trains mechanics at their workshop to fix their own bikes and help others. To learn more or to sign up to volunteer visit www.lebanonbicyclerecycle.com.

What’s it like to ride in the Tour de Lebanon Valley??? One of our more experienced riders shared this video with us! Thank you @mrericmoon!

FRIDAY JUNE 10:  4-7pm  Preregistration and Mixer for all riders

Visit Lebanon Valley has prepared a suggested itinerary for our riders staying for the weekend.  Click here for details, restaurant suggestions, activities in the area and more.  Tour de Lebanon Valley – Visit Lebanon Valley, Pennsylvania.

Stay for the weekend!

The Fairfield Inn & Suites Lebanon Near Expo Center has a special rate for riders at 139 USD per night. Book your group rate for Tour de Lebanon Valley  Last Day to Book: Monday, May 9, 2022

Check out   www.VisitLebanonValley.com for ideas on more adventures in the Lebanon Valley.  Experience the history through an architectural walking tour, savor the flavor with our craft breweries and restaurants, explore antique shops and so much more.  Visit Lebanon Valley office is located at 835 Cumberland St. in Lebanon. 


Metric Century and Mid-Distance
$45 – on or before May 28th
$55 – May 29 to ride day

The metric century and mid-distance routes cover rolling terrain with moderate elevation change.  Please check out our maps for elevations profiles.  There will be three rest stops on the metric century and one on the mid-distance miles ride. The family ride takes place on the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.  

Family Ride

$5 per rider



Online registration ENDS 6/8/22 at 5:00pm. Ride day registration will be available – cash or check only!

Pre-registration pickup – We are planning a fun pre-registration mixer on Friday night from 4-7. Stay tuned to this space for more details! Even if you sign in on Friday please do not LEAVE before or after your assigned time below. Thank you (your nervous race director)!

TEAMS: We are offering a team discount.  Please contact the ride director prior to registering.

Rain or Shine – No Refunds

If you are unable to attend the event after registering, your registration will be considered a tax deductible contribution to support the Community Health Council, Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition and the Lebanon Valley Conservancy. Documentation can be provided, upon request.


The Lebanon Valley Expo Center
80 Rocherty Road, Lebanon PA 17042

Metric Century rolling start: 6:30 am – 7:30am.  Please do not start before or after these times. Aid stations and support may not be available.

Mid-distance (25-35 miles) rolling start between 7:30am-8:30am. Please do not start before or after these times. Aid stations and support may not be available.

Family ride start 9am-10am.

Metric century and mid-distance riders will receive wrist bands at the check in.


Helmets are REQUIRED. Each route is well marked.  The ride is fully supported with frequent rest stops and mechanical support. All rules of the road must be followed. On-site parking is available at the Lebanon Valley Expo. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult rider.

PLEASE NOTE:  The Tour de Lebanon Valley takes place rain or shine.


Volunteer signup will be linked here when available.


We are soliciting sponsors for our 2022 event.  Please contact us today if you’re interested!


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