• Tour De Palm Springs


26th Annual Tour de Palm Springs in Coachella Valley

February 9 & 10, 2024

“Honoring Military, First Responders, and Veterans”

Title Sponsor – Esser Air Conditioning
Honorary Guest:
Steve Garvey

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Ride Lengths

99 mile route (previously 102 mile) – out and back to Fantasy Springs Casino

64 mile route (previously 85 mile) –  out and back to Westside Elementary

50 mile route (previously 56 mile) – out to Grace Church parking lot and do a U-Turn

25 mile route (previously 34 mile) – out and back to Lowes 

7 mile route – out and back to Demuth Park

3 mile walk

1 mile walk

Online registration (Currently Open)

First 5,000 cyclists will be entered into a drawing for 1 FREE weekend stay at Palm Springs Hilton

Each cyclist and walker will receive Tour de Palm Springs finishing medal


Babes Beer garden open Friday 2pm to 8:00pm and Saturday 11am to 5pm

Sponsored by Babes Bar-B-Que And Brewery

The Tour de Palm Springs is one of the largest and most festive cycling charity events of its kind in America.
Every year, we entertain up to 10,000 cyclists from 46 different states and 4 countries. Since 1998, and with the help of 2,000 volunteers, the Tour de Palm Springs has distributed nearly $4,000,000.00 to over 150 local nonprofit organizations.

Congratulations to our 2023 Hilton Free Nights Winner – Kevin from Alameda

Congrats to our 2023 raffle winner, Gary, who won the E-Bike this year!

Registration and Vendor Expo: February 9 & 10

Location: Beautiful downtown Palm Springs                                                                                         Optional 2nd Location: optional second start at Desert Hot Springs for those that are staying in Desert Hot Springs for the 102 Mile category. Note: SAG stop times will remain the same (NO CHANGES). Will not receive same festive start and finish as done in downtown Palm Springs. 

Entertainment:  Over 20 band concerts will occur throughout the event and rest stops

Start & Finish Line: Experience one of the most famous and festive send off and finishes in America

Route Support: Over 20 vehicles will support cyclists on routes including 25 RACES HAM radio operators

Rest Stops: 3 lunch stops, 2 snack stops, and 4 water stops are available along the routes.

Sag Foods: include hot pasta, burritos, wings, pizza, pb&js, cookies, and much more. 

Volunteers: Over 2,500 volunteers will pour their hearts out to give cyclists a wonderful experience!

E-Bikes are welcome!

rentals and repairs available at Big Wheel Tours and Tri a Bike



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