The link to pre-register has been discontinued as our team wanted to make sure we had enough time to compile all of the information.
If you were unable to pre-register that is OK! You can register the day of the event (August 4th, 2012) starting at 9AM in Jackson-Burns Park!
Can’t wait to see you all on Saturday!
The Fabulous 4
Tour de Dayton 2011 was our first year – and it sure was fun!
Starting at Dayton Dragon’s Fifth Third Field, riders went to the Dayton Fire Station, Dayton Art Institute, Riverview Park, Willis Bing Davis Art Center, Paul Laurence Dunbar House, Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, Dayton RTA and Cultural Center, Carillon Historical Park, America’s Packard Museum, Patterson Commons Park and back to Dragon’s Stadium to close the ride. The event was 10 miles long and included multiple water stops. The first 50 registered riders were given tickets to the Dragon’s game that day and we had a ton of support from local businesses to have a nice raffle, including 4 bikes!
The weather was gorgeous and we have some great photos from the event.
Thanks to all of our volunteers, sponsors, City of Dayton (for being so cool), and our riders for coming out!
See you at this year’s ride!
What is TdD-Tour de Dayton!!
An annual community biking event which started with the purpose of helping Dayton become a more active bicycle friendly city while promoting the diverse neighborhoods, culture and proud history of Dayton.
It allows participants to Tour (Explore) Dayton’s neighborhoods and points of interest (business, culture, history, recreation and geography related) along the way by bike.
We promote cycling as a healthy, family-friendly lifestyle activity that improves upon the quality of life in our city.
The event supports improving upon Dayton’s “Bronze” Bicycle friendly status Designation from “The League of American Bicyclist” & the city of Dayton 2025 Bicycle Action Plan.
We are members of the Neighborhood Leadership Institute Alumni Association.
What is NLIAA-Who are We?
NLIAA-A 5013c charitable alumni association consisting of Dayton residents who have participated in and graduated from the city of Dayton sponsored Neighborhood Leadership Institute Program (NLI) that are taking an active role in improving the community through neighborhood leadership activities.
NLI- The Neighborhood Leadership Institute is an educational experience that gives participants insight into Dayton’s history, its governmental process and the inner workings of its neighborhoods. It is a unique partnership project sponsored by the City of Dayton, Sinclair Community College, Greater Dayton RTA and the Neighborhood Leadership Institute Alumni Association.