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- Days until the the next Tour de MadisonMay 15th, 20216 months to go.
Put this on your list! Registration for the 31st annual Tour de Madison opens Jan 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM. Here’s the link to register: Registration for 31st Tour de Madison It’s OK to peak …here are some highlights: The event date is Saturday, May … Continue reading
Another Tour de Madison is in the books. After last year’s challenging weather situation, we were surely fortunate to have comfortable temperatures and cloudy skies, but no rain, for the 2017 edition. We had 365 registered cyclists this year, though … Continue reading
The Tour de Madison is pleased to announce that Veloconcepts of Culpeper will provide pre-ride mechanical support near the registration area at Graves Mountain Lodge. Once cyclists have departed they will move to the Hoover Ridge rest stop to be … Continue reading
Despite the rain, I saw nothing but smiles as I travelled around the routes taking photos. I’m sure the rain wasn’t enjoyable, but everyone, well over 100 or you, made the best of it. Click on any of the photos … Continue reading
Far Gohn Brewing has donated a growler and $20 gift certificate as a post ride trivia context prize.
The 2014 Tour de Madison drew 413 cyclists and brought in over $17,000 dollars. After all expenses were paid, we were able to make donations of $4500 to the various civic groups that provide volunteer support. Barry Penn Hollar of … Continue reading
Tour de Madison planning committee announces this year’s Metric Century route (65 miles). It is similar to the route two years ago and heads from Syria through Banco to Haywood and the Hebron Valley before ascending to Novum. First rest … Continue reading
Tour de Madison planning committee announces this year’s 45 mile route. It is similar to the route two years ago and heads from Syria through Banco to Haywood and the Hebron Valley before ascending to Novum.First rest stop is at … Continue reading
Virginia Bike Event Association is group of cycling events across the state that work together for a “Collaborative exchange of ideas and resources to support safe and enjoyable cycling events across Virginia so that the state may benefit from increased recreation, … Continue reading