Join Us for the 4th Annual Tour on September 1, 2018
|Pre-registration is COMING SOON!|
$25 per rider.
About the Ride You’ll enjoy the low-traffic, gently rolling roads of Union County, on the way to historic covered bridges. The 30 and 63 miles rides will include
visits to four of Union County’s most beautiful historic covered bridges. The 19 mile route will include one bridge.
An additional 12 mile “corkscrew” loop can be added to the 63 mile route.
Location & Start Times The event will begin at Edgewood Elementary School, 203 Grove Street,
Marysville Ohio. “Day of” registration will begin at 7:30 AM with a rolling start.
Supported Stops A rest stop featuring healthy snacks will be located at the
end of the North Lewisburg Trail and provided by the Union County Health Department.
From left to right: Spain Bridge (Photo copyright Pat Griffin); Buck Run Bridge; North Lewisburg Bridge Pottersburg Bridge
(Photo copyright Tracy Monroe).
Big Darby Scenic Byway Parts of all three of our routes include sections of the Big Darby Plains Scenic Byway. The Byway features
historic covered bridges, century farms, cemeteries, homes of interest, and access to the National and State designated “Scenic Waterway”. . . The Big Darby Creek.
By all accounts this is some of Ohio’s most beautiful countryside!
SAFETY AND SAG SUPPORT|
All cyclists are required to wear an approved helmet while riding their bicycles. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult during the event.
All riders are expected to obey all traffic laws. The roads and trails are open to traffic, and all participants accept the
risks of participating in events on open roads and trails. This event will take place rain or shine.
Be sure your bike and body are in condition to complete the ride. Mill Creek Cycle and Skate and the
BASE Moving Gears Bike Shop will be on hand to do bike safety checks, adjustments and repairs.
A manned SAG support vehicle will be provided by ride volunteers and available should you need assistance.
SPONSOR THE 2018 TOUR|
Call the Union County Foundation at 937-642-9618 to learn how to become a sponsor.