Tour de France Ride & Viewing Party


Event Details


The Tour de France is underway, and it’s the perfect excuse to get together with fellow cyclists and enjoy our favorite sport!  We’ll kick off the day with a morning ride and return to lunch and beer while we watch Stage 14 – or not… because some of us just like to party!  We have two rides to choose from, and the start times are staggered so we all get back to Rouleur around the same time. Lunch and the first beer are included with registration – beer provided by Rouleur, of course!

REGISTRATION:
Registration and waiver are required for all ride and party attendees. Lunch and 1 beer are included with registration!  Check-in is between 7:30 and 8:30 AM, and then again starting at 11:30 AM.

REGISTER HERE!

 

COST:
Food and 1 beer are FREE to current Swami’s members and $20 for non-members
Food and drink tickets are available to purchase online, so have the main squeeze and kids join us after your ride!
There is no charge for non-members participating in just the ride, but we ask for a waiver to be filled out

2 ROUTES WITH STAGGERED START TIMES:
8:00 AM – Lilac plus Couser, 58 miles/4,572′ https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36496096
8:30 AM – Lilac, 49 miles/3,590′  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36496092

Rouleur’s restrooms will be open before the ride.

REST STOPS:
A good bathroom stop is the AM/PM in Bonsall (requiring a slight detour from the route). For food and drink, the camp store at the bottom of Circle R/Champagne Blvd is great, but their bathrooms are not open to the public any longer.

PRIZES:
There are lots of prizes to give away! We have a raffle, prizes based on Strava segments (to be announced at the start), PLUS a grand prize for the winner of the TdF prediction. A little friendly competition makes everything more fun! Must be present to win!!

  PLEASE READ:

  • Safety is always first. Each cyclist is responsible for following health and cycling safety guidelines as well as traffic laws.
  • There are no designated ride leaders. Please download the route to your bike computer or know the route.
  • Helmets are required. 
  • This is a ride for road bikes only (no aero, e-bikes, or mountain bikes).
  • This is not a no-drop ride.

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