Thanks to everyone who rode in and volunteered for Mount Vernon District Supervisor Dan Storck's 5th Annual Community Bike Ride on October 3, 2020! Thanks to you, the ride was a huge success, selling out at 250 riders and with over 25 volunteers.
The Tour de Mount Vernon is a safe, socially distanced community bike ride offering a long and a short route for riders of most abilities. The ride showcases the many hidden treasures, cultural and environmental resources the Mount Vernon District has to offer.
“The 5th Annual Tour de Mount Vernon is dedicated to our friend and inspiration, Dave Evans.”
The Tour de Mount Vernon brings cyclists on a fun ride through the south western portion of the Mount Vernon District and on a scenic route through Fort Belvoir. The route will consist of paved roads, a few parts on paved trails and will have several challenging sections. Ride monitors and Fairfax County Police will be on hand to help with directions and keep everyone safe.
COVID-19 Information: The ride will be adhering to Governor Northam’s Phase III recommendations for social gatherings. Masks MUST be worn at all times while at the Workhouse Arts Center. All riders, staff, volunteers, and attendees must remain six feet apart while at the Workhouse Arts Center.
Route Highlights include:
- Short Route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/33805729
- Long Route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/34209927
- Rest Stop – Pohick Bay Regional Park
- Workhouse Arts Center
- Fort Belvoir
- National Museum of the US Army
- Pohick Bay Regional Park - Rest Stop
- Mason Neck State Park
- Gunston Hall
Fee is $25.00 per rider. We require a first name and last name for each ticket. Event is rain or shine, see policies below. Registration includes Tour de Mount Vernon Socks and a $5 donation to Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling.
Maximum of riders is 250, per the Governor’s Phase III guidance.
Volunteers are needed the day before and day of the ride! From stuffing rider packets and marking the route the day before, to set-up, check-in, ride support and post event clean up volunteers, there are opportunities for all!
Note: If you plan to volunteer you do not need to complete a registration via Eventbrite.
NO REFUNDS due to event cancellation or if the purchaser cannot attend the event. Event is rain or shine.
NO TRANSFERS of registration to other riders
Children 15 and older welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Experienced riders only, please.
Helmets are required for the ride, no exceptions
You'll be required to sign a liability waiver on the day of the ride. Print and sign your waiver with you on ride day. Ride waiver...
Agenda on Ride Day:
7:45–8:30am Packet pick-up at (includes rider #, Map, Socks)
8:30–9:30am Rolling start. Head out any time during this hour.
11:30am–1:30 pm – Ride complete. Food, Fun, and Prizes at Workhouse Arts Center.
Thanks to our sponsors:
- FABB - Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling
- FCDOT - https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/
- LaPrima - https://www.laprimacatering.com/
Questions: Abdul Shaban at Abdul.firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-780-7518 at Mount Vernon District.
Thank you to our sponsors!