• You really paid attention to details.  I felt very safe out on the road.  Nice touch to have the kids in tent watching our bikes.
  • The home-made food was amazing!  I did the whole race on home-made monster cookies, which was awesome.
  • The tour was very well organized.  Everything from support to meals provided was excellent.
  • Best blueberry cobbler I’ve ever had.  Great fun event with great support from the community.
  • All aspects of the ride were phenomenal.  The route was well marked and stations well supplied.  This is what a ride should be.
  • I have also invited my friends to come join me.
  • We had a great time!  Food was awesome and everyone made us feel right at home.
  • I will be back next summer, and so will my two biking buddies who were unable to make the ride this year.
  • The location was GORGEOUS, and I really liked that it was smaller and had some personal touches.  I traveled from the Bay Area for this ride (met some friends from Bend there) and would do it again!
  • The vegetarian lasagna was excellent!  Really appreciated the homemade food.  Thank you.
  • Love the ride and the volunteers! We will be back.
  • This ride was brutally hard and incredibly civilized all at the same time.  I thought I might die climbing, and then you would come to a rest stop with amazing volunteers and home-made food and camaraderie, and then you would leave and nearly die again.  The SAG was phenomenal.  Fortunately, I didn't need them, but I was worried going in because my tires were really old and I thought I might get a non fixable blowout.  Then I realized this would be the best event ever to get a blow-out because someone would be along shortly to carry you back to the start.
  • The food was great!  The local ladies outdid themselves with the lasagna, berry pies.  Delicious pancake breakfast too.  Keep the strawberries on pancakes plz!
  • Fabulous route.  Great volunteers.  Delicious food and ambience.  Will recommend to others for next year!
  • The food at the finish was outstanding although I was so hungry I would have eaten shoe leather!  The volunteers were wonderful.  Very nice and friendly people.
  • I LOVED the band a whichever stop it was they were at.
  • Lovely people, excellent snacks, drinks, and entertainment.
  • Really nice mixture of store bought favorites and homemade goodies.  Fresh fruit always nice. “Camp coffee” at Daphne Grove was fun way to do it and appreciated.  Haven’t done a tone of events, but seems like people enjoy spending a bit more time at each of the TdF rest areas to rest, nibble, and chat with volunteers and other riders because the rest areas are so nice.
  • The snacks and water break at Daphne Grove were very nice and much appreciated.  Music was good and even had news coverage.  The chocolate milk at the finish was also a very nice touch.
  • Beautiful location, fun music, fine food and drink
  • Friendly volunteers!
  • Great website!
  • This is one of the prettiest bike rides I have ever done.  Well organized, wonderful volunteers and just a joy to do.
  • Thank you again for hosting this ride.  You all do a great job and I look forward to it every year.  Robert S “Robin” Miller III
  • Really loved the music.  It was quiet and calm – perfect.
  • You might promote the Eden Valley as a Metric Century ride, as they do in California Rides.  Metric Centuries are the most popular events with the largest registration.
  • Great friendly people in Powers – no suggestions- everyone there does a great job of ride support
  • Enjoyed the ride
  • I think you should be very pleased and proud.  I was very impressed! 
  • Patching the road of course!
  • Unfortunately I don’t have any suggestions, I think it’s just about perfect…except that afternoon headwind J
  • I really can’t think of any way to improve the ride.  We were able to camp at the park and didn’t even have to prepare a meal.  It was organized perfectly, as far as I’m concerned.  I look forward to ride the Tour de Fronds again.
  • Get the word out so this will grow to benefit Powers and its citizens.

 

Register online at Active.com or print and mail the Registration Form and Waivers.

 

Tour de Fronds Riding Jersey

Order the Tour de Fronds Riding Jersey by May 1 for Tour-day delivery.

Modeled after the climbing champion jerseys, the Tour de Fronds Riding Jersey celebrates the hills on the routes.

Jersey Sizing Chart

The jersey is a full zipper design with 3 rear pockets. Sizes Small to 2XL are available for $65.

 

Tour de Fronds T-Shirt

Order the Tour de Fronds T-shirt when you register!  

Last day to pre-order T-Shirts for Tour day delivery is May 28.  

Orders for later delivery will be taken on June 17.

 

Available in Mens and Womens styles in sizes from Small to 4XL.  All sizes are $20 each.

 

 

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