22nd Annual Tour de Palm Springs


February 7-8, 2020

102 Mile – 1.5 Mile Sprint Challenge

55 Mile – 1.5 Mile Sprint Challenge

28 Mile – 1.5 Mile Sprint Challenge

10 Mile

1 and 3 mile celebrity walk and ride

Bike Support at SAG and Roaming provided by:
Big Wheel Tours
Tri a Bike

Golf Carts Provided by:

Photography provided by:

Proud Sponsor of the Tour de Palm Springs

**First 8,000 pre-registered riders will receive a free gift…..AND an entry for our drawing for a free one night stay at the Palm Springs Hilton Hotel**

***New this year – we will have medals***

Cyclists must obey rules of the road



CVSPIN 501(C)3 #33-0836672

Friday Feb 7, 2020 from 12:00 to 8:00pm –

Registration Tent will be located on W. Andreas Road off Palm Canyon.

Beer garden



Vendor expo & Jazz bands


Friday from 3:45 & 4:45pm

35 piece marching band march thru downtown

This a must experience & please march with them

Saturday, February 8, 2020  ride start times – 

Registration Tent will be located on W. Andreas Road off Palm Canyon.

100 mile start:     6:30 to 7:00am (bike clubs in front please for TV media)

50 mile start:       8:00am

25 mile start:       9:00am

10 mile start:       10:00am

1 & 3 mile walk    10:15am

Saturday vendor expo area

Vendor expo:                7:00am – 5:00pm

Vendor jazz bands:      11:00am – 4:00pm

Beer garden:                11:00am – 4:00pm

Bike Valet                     8:00am – 4:00pm

Raffles                          7:00am to 5:00pm

Registration                  6:00am to 10:15am

Cyclists benefits:

  • 10% discount on groups of 20 or more
  • Groups of 20 or more get their group name mentioned at start line and vendor stage area

The Tour de Palm Springs is nationally known for many reasons. Here are a few:

  • NEW!! Food stops: Buffet foods / food service trucks are now serving at Lunch SAGs
  • Beer & wine garden: Beer & wine garden is now located in our vendor food court
  • Entertainment: Over 20 bands are staged at SAGS food stops, vendor areas, start & finish lines
  • Finish line: Cyclists are greeted by nearly 100 cheerleaders including 50-member marching bands
  • Start line: Cyclists are sent off into the streets with a nearly 200-member marching band
  • Start area: Cyclists will exit thru military, police & fire vehicles with sirens on and lights flashing
  • Route support: Over 30 vehicles will support cyclists on the routes including vans, buses & others
  • Communication: 25 RACES HAM radio operators ensure stranded cyclists will be attended to ASAP
  • 1,500 volunteers: 1,500 volunteers will pour their hearts out to ensure cyclists have an awesome time
  • Charity: Nearly 100 non-profit organizations benefit from this event every year

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