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- Days until the the next Tour de MadisonMay 15, 202122 days to go.
Here are the key things you need to know. You may register here: https://www.bikereg.com/33rd-annual-tour-de-madison Registration deadline is May 9 at 5 pm. Discounted registration until May Saturday, May 1. THERE WILL BE NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION If you … Continue reading
In light of the public health measures related to the Coronavirus pandemic, we have sadly and reluctantly decided to cancel the 2020 Tour de Madison. For those of you who have already registered we will be working with BikeReg.com to set … Continue reading
Leap day comes only once every four years. To commemorate this special day, the Tour de Madison committee is offering a $5.00 discount, February 29, 2020. Starting just after midnight February 29 you can register with this coupon code, Leap2020. … Continue reading
As on every 3rd Saturday in May for the last thirty-two years, cyclists from around Virginia and beyond will gather to cycle across the rolling hills of Madison County on May 16, 2020. Registration is now open here: http://www.bikereg.com/33rd-annual-tour-de-madison Much will … Continue reading
Les Welch of Back Alley Bikes/East Coast Bicycle Academy will be providing additional mechanical support for the 2019 Tour de Madison. He will be set up at the Hoover Ridge Rest Stop to assist with any minor repairs that become … Continue reading
Do you like beer? Do you like discounts? Well, the Tour de Madison is pleased to announce three opportunities to get those two things you like at the very same time. TdM Representatives will be present at Peloton Station in … Continue reading
We are thankful once again for our primary T-shirt sponsor Gayheart and Willis PC, Attorneys at Law of Culpeper, Va. This is the second year that the folks at Gayheart and Willis have made a major contribution enabling us to … Continue reading
Are you ready for the 32nd Annual Tour de Madison? What could be more appealing than the beautiful mountain views, rolling hills, friendly rest stops and yes, even the occasional cow in the road! (“cow up” :-)) Routes are available … Continue reading