Road Conditions

The Tour de Fronds is a back-country route, beautiful, but remote. The Forest Service and BLM roads are mostly paved and fine for road bikes, but some of the route is chip-seal.  We also recommend that you cycle with a partner and limit speed on the descents.


Tire Recommendations

Daphne Grove, Eden Valley Metric CenturyArrastra SaddleCruiser Loop and Agness Pass      

We recommend 25C to 32C tires as a minimum for comfort.

 Rogue River - Singing Springs Ride

We recommend 26 x 1.5 or 700 x 32 tires for those riding these asphalt/gravel rides.


Guidelines for a safe and enjoyable ride

On Forest Service Roads, riders must: 

Wear helmets

Ride single file

Ride to the right side of the lane

Not block traffic

Use shoulders to allow traffic to pass

Not wear headphones while riding


Please call out your number if you are not stopping at a rest area.

Ride Safely. Follow the Rules of the Road.

Roads have been cleared, but stay alert to potential hazards present on the course: such as rocks, slides, branches.

Look for signs ON and ALONG the road that mark the route.

Traffic will be minimal, but be alert.  Vehicles may be on the road.

Slow down on downhill grades.  




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 June 1.  

Orders for later delivery will be taken on day of ride.

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



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