Registration begins for Tour de Victoria

Tour de Victoria is a non-competitive, mass participation bicycle ride that welcomes riders of all abilities.

Registration for the sixth annual Ryder Hesjedal’s Tour de Victoria is now open.

Tour de Victoria is a non-competitive, mass participation bicycle ride that welcomes riders of all ages and abilities.

The 2016 ride features four distances: 140 kilometres for the experienced cyclist; 90 kilometres for the cycling enthusiast; 45 kilometres for the entry-level cyclist; and a kids ride.

Rides start and finish in downtown Victoria. A festival also encompasses the event.

To register for the ride, please go online to tourdevictoria.com.

 

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