What to Expect
The Tour de La Grange is among the most poplar of all our annual club rides! Why? Maybe it is the beautiful, seldom ridden route, or maybe it is the opportunity to ride by the historic homes in La Grange - 80% of the homes and buildings in La Grange are on the National Register of Historic Places.
The ride is 53 miles long, but there are a couple of short cuts reducing the mileage to 40 if you are not up the full distance.
NEW MEMBER SPECIAL
It's a Deal! You + New Member = Both Ride Free!
a non-member with you to the event; get them signed on as a member, and
you both ride free! This special is good only for the Tour de La Grange, and can only be redeemed during the registration hour the morning
of the ride. There will be a special area set aside for new
Benefiting the Moscow Food Pantry
Proceeds from registration will help purchase food for the Moscow Food Pantry. You are welcome to make an additional donation when you register.
You Need to Know...
- The ride will roll at 8 AM. Please arrive early to check in for the event.
Parking is available in the parking lots of both the Methodist and Baptist Church.
A restroom will be available at the start/finish.
Rolling Mechanical SAG will be provided by a local bicycle shop.
Limited SAG rest stops will be at 10, 24 and 32 miles.
At the end of the ride, change clothes and head on over to Brad’s Bar-B-Q for post ride refueling.
Please be sure to bring copies of cue sheets and map.
2012 Tour d' La Grange Cue Sheet Excel
2012 Tour d' La Grange Cue Sheet PDF
2012 Tour d' La Grange Map (2008)
53 Mile GPX File
45 Mile GPX File