ROUTE OPTIONS

TDF Century

November 9, 2019

Beginning at 7:00AM - The longest and most challenging of the 2019 TDF rides is our Full Century.  Designed for the serious cyclist, the 2019 route includes just over 100 miles of the great cycling, and just over 5000 feet of climbing. 5 Well stocked Rest Stops along the way.

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  • KOM

  • Timing Challenge

  • Rosebowl

TDF Metric Century

November 9, 2019

Beginning at 7:30AM - The Metric Century is where we got our start!  Designed with the avid cyclist in mind, the 2019 TDF Metric Century includes a nearly 65 mile route, with just over 3000 feet of climbing.  Same great experience without 100 miles in the saddle.  4 Well stocked Rest Stops along the way.

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  • KOM

  • Timing Challenge

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TDF 1/2 Metric Century

November 9, 2019

Beginning at 9:00AM - Feeling like the longer rides might be too much this time around?  Check out the 2019 TDF Metric Century!  A great 34 mile route that like our other rides includes the spectacular Euclid Blvd., great rest stops, and just 1200 feet of climbing.   3 Well stocked Rest Stops along the way.

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Family Ride

November 9, 2019

Beginning at 9:30AM  - Looking for a great way to involve the Family in the Tour de Foothills, but not up for the Half Metric?  The TDF Family ride is the ride for you.  $30 for a Family of 4  (Sorry, lunch isn’t included on this one).  Start the ride off with a children’s bike safety course at 9:30AM. With a variable length route up to 12 miles taking off at 10:30AM. This is the perfect starter ride for participants of any talent level and will be a ton of fun!

$5 of this registration will be donated back to Children's Services at Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare.

Featured Sections

  • KOM

  • Timing Challenge

SAG SUPPORT

Bring your cell phone on the ride! We will provide you with a phone number to call if you need assistance, and we will do our best to support you during the ride with well-stocked rest stops and roving SAG vehicles. However, we can’t be everywhere at once. You should still come prepared with the tools you need to fix a flat or do your own minor repairs, just as you would on any long distance ride.