June 13th, 2020
Welcome to the Tour de Lebanon Valley – a classic Lebanon County ride. It includes a beautiful metric century (62 miles), a rolling mid-distance and a fun filled family ride (6 miles). Each route winds through rolling countryside, beautiful farmlands, young forests and past historic sites.
The metric century and mid-distance routes cover rolling terrain with moderate elevation change. 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.
By participating in this ride, you will support the great work of the Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Community Health Council of Lebanon County. This year, our joint fundraising objective is bike projects currently under way in the County. These projects will bring the joy of cycling to our youth while also educating residents on proper bike etiquette and safety.
Visiting from out of town or planning to make a day or weekend of it in the Lebanon Valley? Visit Lebanon Valley is the welcome center for locals and visitors alike. We have suggestions for hotels, shopping and antiquing trails, outdoor guides highlighting favorite hiking, biking and kayaking trails, fascinating history trails, and the best tips on local restaurants, breweries and wineries all in the Lebanon Valley.
Check out VisitLebanonValley.com. for a full calendar of events, or stop by at 31 South 8th Street in Lebanon, Pa., we are located next to the Lebanon Farmers Market.
Prices for 2020 are currently being decided!
2020 Registration will be live soon!
The Lebanon Valley Expo Center
80 Rocherty Road, Lebanon PA 17042
Metric Century rolling start: 6:30 am – 7:30 am. Riders completing the 62-mile route must start between 6:30 and 7:30 am.
Mid-distance (25-35 miles TBD) rolling start between 7:30am-8:30am.
Family ride start 9am.
Metric century and mid-distance riders will receive bib numbers at the check in. You must wear the bib to participate. Online registration ends Friday, June 12th. Race day registrations will be accepted.
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.