Gray's Chapel Lions Club presents their  
ANNUAL FABULOUS FUN BICYCLE RIDE FOR CHARITY

15th Annual 
 


Photo copyright Dan Routh

Saturday
May 17th  2014

New routes
All the beautiful Randolph County!
13, 22, 40 or 62 miles
!

Great roads,
beautiful scenery, good people, scrumptious food
& cold drink,
tons of door prizes and benefiting 
great
causes!

Don't miss this one,
it's just too good!

2013 Pictures  HERE
earlier events: 
HERE




 
Mail-in form HERE

Where does it start?  
     Providence Grove High School, 5555 Mack Lineberry Rd.,
     Climax, North Carolina 
 Google map


What are the routes?

     
There are 4 newly designed loops; 13, 22, 40 and 62 miles
(click to see on RideWithGPS.com)
     
All in beautiful Randolph County and starting & ending at the High School.

What does this ride benefit?  
      See Charity beneficiaries  
HERE 
   

What time should I be there?                                                  
     Sign in & pick up ride packets between 7 AM and 8:15 AM.
      Ride starts promptly at
8:30 AM.

Our many wonderful community-minded sponsors:   HERE  

Contact: 
  
 E-mail   HERE  
     
    
Telephone   336-625-3718      

Great feedback from past participants:

" It's an annual event for me as long as they continue to have it. Great route (62 miler) and loads of fun. Gotta love the swag as well."  

"My 5th or 6th TdLions. This ride is one of my favorites. See you again next year!"   

"...Lots of friendly people and really well planned. The weather was great and the road was fun and challenging I only did the 40 miler this year, but I will be going on the 62 next year!"  

"I've done two (2) Tour de Lions now, 2009 and 2012. I have really enjoyed it each year. The people (participants, organizers, and volunteers) are all great. Very well organized, great post race grub and a challenging route..."  

"...Well managed. Good food. My 2nd year. When can I sign up for next year?"  

Updated 2.25.2014                                                                 webmaster@tourdelions.org