Tour de Taco

Tour de Taco. Bike. Eat. Repeat. September 16, 2017
Tour de Taco. Bike. Eat. Repeat. September 16, 2017

Tour de Taco is a social bicycling event that involves groups of cyclists riding to locally owned restaurants to eat tacos! The goals of the event are to build the confidence of cyclists riding around town, promote safe and responsible riding, increase the visibility of cyclists following the rules of the road, and support local businesses. 

Proceeds from the event will go towards Bike BloNo’s advocacy efforts, which are focused on safety and expansion of on-street bike routes in the community. 

Tour de Taco. Bike. Eat. Repeat. September 16, 2017

Tour de Taco will be on Saturday, Sept 15, 2018. Check-in starts at 10:00 AM. Opening speakers, followed by a safety briefing, will begin at 11:00 AM. The first pod will be released around 11:15 AM. The "tour" will last approximately five hours (varies by pod; see Pods & Routes below). 

Tour de Taco. Bike. Eat. Repeat. September 16, 2017

Tour de Taco. Bike. Eat. Repeat. September 16, 2017

Pods and Restaurants

Choose your Pod!

Bell Pepper

Four stops, great for beginners or families. This route is perfect for riders with little on the road experience.

5-7 miles

 

Poblano

Six stops, awesome for beginners, or riders who are looking for a couple more stops than the Bell Peppers!

5-7 miles

 

Jalapeño

Also six stops, more on road riding, and more TACOS!.

7-10 miles

 

 

Serrano

Six stops again, will use a lot of shadows and bike lanes. Nice intermediate ride.

10-12 miles

 

Cayenne

Six stops, slightly faster, may use some roads without sharrows or bike lanes.

12-14 miles

 

Habanero

Six stops, this ride has a little more heat, with a slightly increased pace!

12-14 miles

 

Ghost Pepper

Seven stops, because you're a pro. This is for riders comfortable on road ways

13-15 miles

 

Carolina Reaper

Seven stops, for riders hungry for a challenge. Faster pace, mostly roads.

15-18 miles

 

Stuffed Pepper

Eight stops! This is for those who are hungry! Real hungry, expect lots of on road riding!

18-20 miles

 

Sliced Pepper

This will do fewer stops with a fast pace and high miles. This should be experience road riders able to keep a 15-17 MPH average!

30-40 miles

Tour de Taco. Bike. Eat. Repeat. September 16, 2017

Definitely bring your own

  • Bike (duh)
  • Helmet (required!)
  • High visibility clothing (or your very awesome Tour de Taco t-shirt)
  • Money for tacos and beverages (registration fee does not cover these; cash required at some locations)
  • Bike lock

Also consider bringing

  • Water bottle
  • Sunblock
  • Tire repair kit (if you have one)
  • Bike headlight (especially if you're staying for the after party)
  • A bag or backpack

Have more questions? Check out our handy little FAQ.

Tour de Taco. Bike. Eat. Repeat. September 16, 2017

Contact kelly@bikeblono.org about sponsorship opportunities.