CHANGE TO 80-MILE ROUTE: Please note there has been a slight route change on the 80-mile course. We have altered the course slightly due to heavy construction on Grand Teton. New route utilizes Farm Road instead.
We are so excited to announce that this year we are offering Tour de Summerlin riders an option for the post-ride lunch. Shake Shack, Zabas Mexican Grill and Crazy Pita will each have a lunch option for riders. Who knows what you’ll be in the mood for after you finish your ride… Good thing is whatever you’re feeling like one of these fantastic options will have something to help satisfy that appetite. Each rider will receive a lunch ticket/coupon at the time of packet pickup, so make sure you keep close track as you will be responsible for having that ticket/coupon to present to one of these food providers when you finish. Tour de Summerlin will not be responsible for any lost lunch tickets after they have been delivered and signed for by riders at packet pickup. Thank you!
Tour de Summerlin is proud to announce that Breakaway Cycling is the official charity for our 2018 event.
Breakaway Cycling is a non-profit organization created by their admiration for the sport of cycling. Bonded by friendship, they are passionately committed to serving the community and promoting the etiquette and safety of cycling to young riders. Using cycling as a springboard, they extend the organization’s reach through active involvement with local charities. Their partnership with the Clark County School District has their members teaching youth biking safety and the joy of riding a bike. With bike rodeos and safe routes to school programs, the team members are able to share and teach local youth their passion of riding a bike. With the help of sponsors, teammates, and donations they are able to provide bikes, helmets, bike locks and various other services to local children who may not otherwise obtain these items. To learn more, click here.
SAVE THE DATE
Saturday, April 7th, 2018
Downtown Summerlin (northwest corner parking lot) – 1980 Festival Plaza Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89135
Tour de Summerlin offers three different ride distances for your enjoyment. Whether you’re a hard core rider or just enjoy getting out on the bike, each bike route offers plenty of bike lanes, beautiful scenery and unique riding experiences. With continual construction and ever changing road obstacles from year to year, we are always looking to update our bike routes as necessary to provide the safest and most rider friendly courses.
The 2018 bike routes are being finalized and will be posted once approved. We will be working with city officials as we get closer to the event and will notify all participants if there are any changes to our bike routes prior to the event. Our number one concern is rider safety and please be assured that we will address any and all road construction issues that exist.
Please note that bike routes are subject to change. We will be providing written out street directions and maps at packet pickup as well as posting them here on this site and on Facebook and Twitter.
2018 RIDE START TIMES – Times are subject to change
80 mile ride • 40 mile ride • 20 mile ride – Start times to be determined
We are very excited to announce that Tim Soder Physical Therapy has signed on to be our official lunch sponsor for the 2017 Tour de Summerlin. Make sure you stop by their tent at the start/finish line to say hello and learn more about their facilities and services.
Whether you are recovering from surgery, an injury or striving to improve your athletic performance, you will find that their highly-trained and caring staff will provide you with the guidance and support that you need. They offer hands-on treatment in a comfortable, state-of-the-art facility featuring Technogym™ cardiovascular and wellness equipment. Each time you visit TSPT you will be guided through a personalized workout followed by a twenty to thirty minute hands on treatment with your therapist.
We would like to send out a sincere ‘THANK YOU’ to everyone who braved the winds on Saturday and came out and supported our ride this year. We have been so lucky to have met so many wonderful people putting on this event over the past 15 years and Saturday was no exception. Everyone came out with such great attitudes and tons of enthusiasm and all of you really lifted our spirits. Have to be honest…. we were all a bit down Friday and Saturday morning because of the weather, but as soon as we saw all the determined riders line up for the 7 a.m. start to the 80 mile ride… those feelings all went away. All of you sucked it up and powered through one of the toughest weather days we’ve had… and you did it with smiles on your faces and with gratitude. ALL OF YOU are the reason we keep working hard to make this event fun and memorable. The wonderful feedback and gratitude you have shown us over the years makes all the stress and anxiety of putting on an event like this more than worth it. We appreciate each and every one of you and we truly hope that our hard work and efforts measure up to your standards. You all did an amazing job out there Saturday and your positive spirit and determination were inspiring for all of us to experience in person!