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Aug
03

9th Annual Tour de Big Bear

Event Date(s)

Aug 03, 2019

Held in the high country of Southern California’s San Bernardino Mountains, road cyclists of all levels escape the summer heat and cruise alpine roadways and trails, over high mountain passes like Onyx Summit (elevation of 8,443 feet), and around Big Bear and Baldwin Lakes. With scenic and challenging high altitude rides, professional style racing venue and a week long Cycling Festival, it’s no wonder Big Bear Lake is known as the “Cycling Capital of Southern California.”

Tour de Big Bear will again host riders to Big Bear Lake and provide rides appealing to all level of rider and athlete. Tour de Big Bear Route Options Tour de Big Bear – 25 miles – over 1300 feet of climbing Big Bear Valley Tour – 50 miles –more than 3000 feet of climbing The Grand Tour – 70 miles – over 4,800 feet of climbing THE CLIMB – 107 miles –8,000 feet of challenging climbing HC Gran Fondo – 125 miles – nearly 12,000 feet of climbing

Tour de Big Bear Weekend Events: 
The BBCA hosts a two-day cycling expo with 40+ cycling vendors, a complimentary bike valet for registered riders, entry into the New Belgium Beer Garden, our famous raffle and live entertainment during Saturday’s festivities. Tour de Big Bear is a timed event and includes the Tour de Big Bear HC Gran Fondo and popular King and Queen of the Mountain Race Segment.  Prizes are awarded to winners of the competitive events.  All registered riders receive a goody bag, custom-designed finishers’ medal, and a high-performance, technical shirt and much more. Each Tour de Big Bear distance is staffed with Course Marshalls, numerous legendary nutrition/hydration aid stations, first aid attendants, and rider safety and repair vehicles.  Rounding out the weekend are complimentary organized recovery ride and competitive time trial race on Sunday, August 5.  

For more information, including registration details, course maps and discounted lodging, or to register for the event,  visit www.TourdeBigBear.com.


Location: Starts at Pine Knot Blvd and Village Drive

Contact: Website: www.tourdebigbear.com

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