Tour de Dayton 2012

Hey Dayton!!! Bring your bike and join us this year for a free 10 mile cycling tour along Dayton’s bike friendly streets, experiencing local business, cultural, historical and recreational destinations in our neighborhoods that promote our growing healthy quality of life and learn why “Dayton Loves Cycling”!!

 This year’s event will occur on August 4th, 2012.  Feel free to pre-register on our website or register the day of the event.  Our energetic volunteers will be there to greet you starting at 9AM!  The starting location and registration area will be at Burns-Jackson Park located at 410 Buckeye St. in Dayton.

This year’s cycling tour route will allow riders to explore cycling through the streets/bike lanes of the following neighborhoods: (Oregon, Downtown, Great Miami & Mad River Trails, North Springfield/Findley St, St Anne’s Hill, Webster Station, Twin Towers & South Park)

Some of the cool points of interest along the tour this year includes:  The newly Renovated Burns-Jackson Pedestrian Bridge, Urban Krag, Ghost Light Coffee, High Street Gallery, 2nd Street Market, Life Enrichment Center, Drakes Downtown Gym, H. David Clay Studio, Metro Parks Bike Hub & the White Lotus restaurant.

Maps will be available and the route will include pavement marking (spray chalk arrows on the streets), and Tour de Dayton signs at the various destinations/(Points of Interest) along the route.

Event day parking is available along Buckeye Street, the Burns Ave neighborhood area and at Emerson Academy 501 Hickory Street right next to the park (Special Thanks to Emerson Principal Ronald B. Albino for supporting!!!).

Thanks!

The Fabulous 4

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