Lebanon, Pa (May 11, 2023) Tour de Lebanon Valley will be rolling through Lebanon County on Saturday, June 10. Each route, 62, 30 or 6-miles, winds through the scenic countryside of the Lebanon Valley, taking riders passed farmlands, forests and historical sites.
Tour de Lebanon Valley participants will have staggered start times, beginning at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center, 80 Rocherty Road. “We are excited for this year’s Tour de Lebanon Valley Ride” shared Nikki Maurer, executive director of the Community Health Council of Lebanon County and chair of the event. “We have added a pre-party event at Visit Lebanon Valley on Friday night and spread the fun over two days.”
Starting Friday from 4-7pm, riders can pre-register for the event, pick up merchandise and their sponsored items, then stick around for music, beers and enjoy the local businesses. “We will hosting a bike collection with the Lebanon Bicycle Recycle ” explained Laurie Crawford, co-director of the Bike Recycle and committee member for the event. “Please consider donating any old bikes you may have to the bike reycle” added Crawford. “We fix them and give them back to the community; it is a great way to continue the love of cycling in Lebanon!”
The Tour de Lebanon Valley family ride is a roundtrip route on the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail to the Historic Cornwall Furnace. Children 16 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult and helmets are required for all participants, regardless of route. The cost for the Tour De Lebanon family ride is $5 per person. The metric century and mid-distance rides are $50. Tour merchandise is available on the registration site and includes a new, limited-edition tour jersey, shirts, posters and more!
Tour de Lebanon Valley is presented by The Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition, The Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Community Health Council of Lebanon County, with support from Visit Lebanon Valley, the Lebanon Bicycle Recycle and the Lebanon Valley Mountain Bike Team. Our water station sponsors are APR Supply, Cornwall Manor and Wellspan. Registration is currently open and the ride will take place, rain or shine. Visit www.TourdeLebanonValley.com for more information, including registration, start times, route maps and volunteer opportunities.
About the Lebanon Valley Conservancy
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy works to protect the cultural, historical and environmental resources of the region. The Conservancy is committed to collaborating with the community to ensure equitable access to all of these resources for the benefit of present and future generations. To learn more, donate or volunteer, visit www.TLVC.org.