Tour de Lincoln rides into 20th year October 15th

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Annual trek begins at McBean Park

LINCOLN, CA – A Tour de Lincoln that began as a beneficial bike ride for the Lincoln Volunteer Center has grown to hundreds of cyclists on October 15, 2022. Lincoln Rotary Club It benefits from local Rotary service projects.

The ride is fee-based and includes a continental breakfast, well-stocked rest stops along the routes, a barbecue lunch and a great beer after the ride from 11am-2:30pm.


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Online registration and pricing

The registration fee depends on the course you choose and runs from $55 to $75. Knights must wear helmets. Come and ride the scenic back roads of Lincoln and South Placer County. Register here online!

Lincoln, California City Hall

Tour de Lincoln courses

Metric century (62.7 miles).

Wander through beautiful oak covered hills past horse farms, old wooden barns, country estates, and lush vineyards. Climb the challenging Chilli Hill, Baxter Grade, and scenic Millertown Road, while enjoying three well-stocked rest stops run by local service clubs. Total climb is 3,826 feet.

Half a century (32 miles).

A beautiful winding ride through the hills and horse farms of the Lincoln Country. Beautiful valley views and gentle climb (1,300 feet of vertical gain). A break will be provided at the historic Mt Pleasant Hall.

Quarter-century metric (15 miles).

A semi-flat loop through rural Lincoln with a break at Mt Pleasant Hall.

For full details, visit tourdelincoln.org

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