Board of Supervisors - Hunter Mill District

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1801 Cameron Glen Drive
Reston, VA 20190
Walter L. Alcorn
Hunter Mill District Supervisor

Tour de Hunter Mill

Join Us for the Tour De Hunter Mill!

Supervisor Walter Alcorn invites you to Explore Hunter Mill District on two wheels each May at the Annual Tour de Hunter Mill!

Tour de Hunter Mill is a community bike ride offering 2 routes (long & short) that change each year to offer riders a fresh view as well as highlight various bike-friendly areas of Hunter Mill District.

Registration is OPEN for the 2024 Tour de Hunter Mill!  #tourdehuntermill

Sunday, May 5, 2024· 8 a.m. (check-in starts at 8 a.m.)

Supervisor Walter Alcorn invites you to Explore Hunter Mill District at the Fourth Annual Tour de Hunter Mill on Sunday, May 5th !

The Tour de Hunter Mill (TdHM) is a community bike ride offering 2 routes (long & short) that change each year to highlight different areas of the district.

Join your neighbors, family, and friends on a scenic ride that will begin and end this year at the North County Governmental Center (1801 Cameron Glen Dr, Reston- across from the Reston Regional Library)

Since its start in 2021, the TdHM has featured new routes each year to offer riders a fresh view as well as highlight various bike-friendly areas of Hunter Mill District.

This year’s routes (short, 16 miles & long, 27 miles) will not only include a stretch on Fairfax County’s portion of the W&OD trail but will also take advantage of the new shared-use path along the route 7 corridor as it will be open in time for our May 5th ride.

Ride marshals and Fairfax County police officers will be on hand to help ensure a safe ride and assist as needed.

If you would like to volunteer to help with TdHM 2024, please email Jillian- 

1. Route Information:


North County Governmental Center (*NCGC)  - 1801 Cameron Glen Dr, Reston

*The NCGC is located off Baron Cameron Drive, across from the Reston Regional Library and is a shared building that includes the Hunter Mill District Board of Supervisors Office & the Reston Police Station.  

There will be free parking available adjacent to the NCGC parking lot. 

Both long (27 miles) and short (16 miles) routes are loops and spend some time on the amazing new sidepath to Rt. 7 as well as the beloved W&OD.

The Rest Stop at Meadowlark Gardens, Vienna will be open from 9-11am (water, snacks and restrooms will be available.)  

 Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Nova Parks

The Tour de Hunter Mill is using Ride with GPS for both routes. You can find both here: 

*PLEASE NOTE: We strongly suggest that riders use for Ride with GPS for this ride.

To join- click on the link above, then click on the orange 'Sign Up' box in the upper right corner.  Sign Up For Free - Ride with GPS 

2. Registration:

Please register via the Eventbrite link below.

Fee is $30 per adult rider. We require a first name and last name for each ticket.

Event is rain or shine, see policies below. 

Registration includes Tour de Hunter Mill Socks (pick up the day of the ride) and a $5 donation to Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling.

*Children 15 and under are free but must be riding with an adult.

**To register your child 15 and under

Once the adult is registered, please email  with your name, contact information, the child’s name & the child’s age and you will receive registration instructions.

FABB Members automatically receive a discount when using the email associated with their membership.

For more information on FABB membership please visit: Join FABB    Join Us! FABB’s New Membership Program | Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling (

*If you would like to register as a family (up to 5 people) please email  to request information about family pricing and registration instructions.

*If you would like to participate but cannot afford the registration fee, please email

*Please read the 2024 TdHM Riders Guide

3. Policies:

1. Children 15 and under must be riding with a parent or guardian.

2. NO REFUNDS due to event cancellation or if the purchaser cannot attend the event. Event is rain or shine.

3. In the event of inclement weather, please check the website for ride day information and announcements.

4. NO TRANSFERS of registration to other riders

5. Helmets are required for the duration of the ride and must be worn at all times when riding. NO EXCEPTIONS. If you cannot afford a helmet, RBC will be happy to loan you one.

6. Each adult is required to complete a liability waiver during online registration.

7. Minors must have their waiver signed by a parent or guardian. When you send the email to to register a child, you will receive instructions about waivers for minors.

4. Agenda on Ride Day:

Sunday, May 5, 2024

  • 8:00 a.m - Check-in opens
  • 8:15 a.m - Welcome remarks & ride reminders
  • 8:30 a.m.- Long Ride Start
  • 8:45 a.m.- Short Ride Start
  • 9-11a.m.- Rest Stop open at Meadowlark Gardens (water, snacks and restrooms available)
  • 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Post-ride food & fun at North County Governmental Center

5. We would like to say THANK YOU to our 2024 partners:

  • Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling 
  • Reston Bike Club
  • Reston Community Center
  • Nova Parks
  • Fairfax County Police Department

Questions: Email Jillian Smith at

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