What are the Tour de Boerne Covid-19 guidelines?
Where does the ride start & finish?
At Don Strange Ranch
103 Waring Welfare Rd
Boerne, TX 78006
Where do we park?
There is guided parking at Don Strange Ranch.
When and where is packet pickup?
June 25, 2021
Dog & Pony Restaurant
1481 S. Main
What happens in the case of inclement weather?
Generally the ride will be held rain or shine, unless severe weather is in the forecast.
IF the ride is rescheduled due to severe weather, your registration will be moved to the rescheduled event as there are NO REFUNDS.
Is safety gear required?
All riders are required to wear helmets during the ride and follow the rules of the road. Safety is of utmost importance, so we always need to share the road and be aware of surroundings at all times. It is recommended that riders have lights on their bikes as well.
Are there any hazards on the routes?
There may be cattle guards, potholes, loose gravel, loose livestock and low water crossings ….. Be careful.
Are there rest stops along the routes?
Yes, they will be located throughout the different routes - check the ride map
Can a non-cyclist buy a lunch ticket?
Yes, a non-cyclist can buy a spectator pass (meal & drinks, craft beer) for $20 online or at the registration table the day of the event. Kid’s lunch (under 12 yrs.) = $15
Are there things to do in town for the non-cyclist?
Yes, lots of shopping, restaurants, breweries, etc..
Is there a waiver required to ride?
By purchasing and registering for any Tour de Boerne ride, you are agreeing to a waiver that is available at registration here
Who does the Tour de Boerne benefit?
This year, Tour de Boerne plans to support the following organizations: Boerne YMCA, Hill Country Boys and Girls Club, Blessings in a Backpack and Coats for Kids (thru Hill Country Daily Bread)
Where can I find more information about Boerne?
Visit our Boerne Where to Stay link