Our metric century (100k/62miles) circumnavigates the beautiful Lebanon Valley. It includes rolling hills, picturesque farmland and historic sites.
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Our mid-distance ride offers two distances (25 or 32 miles) and includes most of the second half of our metric century. Visit the quaint villages and the wildlife mecca of Middle Creek.
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Ride 6-12 miles on our mixed-use greenway – the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail. This ride also includes free admission to the Cornwall Iron Furnace.
$5 per rider
MORE THAN A GREAT RIDE
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.
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.
DAY OF THE RIDE
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.
The Tour de Lebanon Valley Welcomes e-bikes, but with the following restrictions.
Only Class 1 e-bikes may be used. (pedal assist to 20mph. no throttle.)
The rider has the responsibility of determining that the battery charge is adequate for completing the ride.
Remember that projected ride distances given for a full charge are based on a flat route. Hills will significantly reduce that distance. Rider may need to plan not using the pedal assist for portions of the ride to ensure they can complete the route.
The ride staff do not have the capability to safely transport e-bikes with dead batteries back to the start.
By registering for this ride you will support FIVE amazing non-profits!
Over $50,000 has been raised and donated back into our community!
WHY WE RIDE
LOCAL COMMUNITY SUPPORT
We are a proud supporter of 5 local non-profits. When you ride in the Tour de Lebanon Valley, you too become a supporter of these green space loving, physical activity promoting, cycling focused organizations. Learn more about each on their websites!
COMMUNITY HEALTH COUNCIL
The mission of the Community Health Council is to develop and mobilize resources that will ultimately make Lebanon County a healthier place to live. The Council consists of over 25 committees, task forces, and events involving over 400 community volunteers.
LEBANON VALLEY BIKE COALITON
LVBC advocates for recognizing the bicycle as a vehicle. One that can be used for many purposes including economical transportation, recreation, personal fitness, and competition. This involves working with federal, state, and local governments to promote safety and the needs for people on bikes.
THE LEBANON VALLEY CONSERVANCY
The mission of The Lebanon Valley Conservancy is to promote the conservation and preservation of the unique cultural, historical and natural resources of our region for the benefit of present and future generations.
LEBANON BICYCLE RECYCLE
Lebanon Bicycle Recycle is an initiative of the Lebanon Valley Bike Coalition. Their goal is to provide bikes for all ages to increase physical activity and share a love of cycling. LBR collects donated bikes, repairs them with trained volunteers, and offers them to community members at no charge. They also provide safe used bikes, helmets, locks, and safety material for each person.
LEBANON VALLEY MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM
The LVMBT builds strong minds, bodies, character, and communities through cycling. Every youth is empowered to be part of a thriving and engaged cycling community. As a team they use mountain biking to establish meaningful connections between two school districts and communities (Lebanon and Cedar Crest).
OUR RIDERS SAY
"I thought the route was great and the terrain was about perfect (not to hilly, not to flat). Post race food, beer and music was good."
"I love this event so much. It's my favorite bike ride of the year. I really look forward to the beer/food/celebration at the end. I hope it never ends. My husband does it with me and a group of coworkers. I really love the option of the family ride for people that don't like to road bike. The addition of the live music and ice cream was awesome! The pizza and beer always hit the spot after a long ride and it's great to have real restrooms. "
"Great job, folks—primo event!"
"I enjoyed the fact that you kept the route off the busy roads and when we were on the busy roadsit was only for a very short distance."
"Multiple great vistas of the Lebanon valley. Fun and challenging terrain."