2012 Tour de Dayton Photos

2012 was the second annual Tour de Dayton. We had participants from many municipalities and various states join in the fun as we cycled through the neighborhoods visiting the many great points of interest accessible by bike. Check out some of the many pictures from 2012 Tour de Dayton!!!

The Fabulous 4

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Volunteers!

Volunteers!

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Ghostlight Coffee House!

Ghostlight Coffee House!

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Drake's Gym!

Drake’s Gym!

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The Neon Movie Theater

The Neon Movie Theater

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Urban Krag

Urban Krag

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Revitalized Pedestrian Bridge!!

Revitalized Pedestrian Bridge!!

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Supporters!

Supporters!

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High Street Gallery!

High Street Gallery!

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Healthy Snack Stop

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Safety Village

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Registration!

Registration!

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LEC Safety Village

Free Rental Bikes!

Free Rental Bikes!

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Riverscape Bike Lane

Riverscape Bike Lane

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2 thoughts on “2012 Tour de Dayton Photos

  1. What is involved to become a Point of Interest on a Tour de Dayton?

    • tourdedayton says:

      Thank you for your interest! We plan Tour de Dayton cycling events annually, and we move the event around every year. We do not have a plan for next year, and so I am not sure yet where we will be riding. We generally plan a 10 mile ride around Dayton, and try to include points of interest that are cultural, historical, educational, recreational, and other types of local Dayton “gems.”

      What we expect from a Point of Interest is that they will be open for the duration of the ride (typically 9am to 2pm on a Saturday), that they have a point of contact that we can communicate with as needed, and that they do something to show our riders what makes them unique. Many of our points of interest give tours of their facilities, but what a point of interest chooses to do is entirely up to them. We want them to shine and show the riders what makes their spot a unique and interesting addition to the culture and community of Dayton.

      I hope this answers your question, and we can certainly keep in mind your interest as we plan future events. Also, how did you hear about us?

      Rachel Barnett
      Tour de Dayton Event Planner

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