The Annual Tour de Pike is the premier cycling event for the Atlanta Metro cycling communities.
The Pike County Kiwanis Club is dedicated to providing you smooth well marked roads, superior safety measures, the world famous Concord Cafe fresh food buffet, and the country beauty of Pike County.
100% of all money raised during this event is reinvested in programs benefiting children. Our Kiwanis programs include activities and financial contributions supporting math and reading merit awards, Gordon State, Southern Crescent, FFA, and 4H Club scholarships, FERST Foundation, foster parenting, Back to School Bash, REACH After School Program, and the Eliminate Program.
Event details and schedule
We offer a 19 mi, 35 mi, 65 mi and 100 mi course.Completed Routes Tour de Pike 19 2016 Tour de Pike 35 2016 Tour de Pike 65 2016 Tour de Pike 100 2016 You'll enjoy the scenic beauty and smooth paved roads of historic Pike County with its turn of the century towns and communities. SAG vehicles will sweep the ride to offer assistance or a ride. Refreshments will be served at each stop, including those delicious chicken salad sandwiches. The after-ride meal will be the world famous Concord Cafe fresh food buffet. (Buffet ends at 2:00)
Your ride will begin at 8:00am on March 18, 2017, shortly after sunrise. Check in begins at 6:30am. You will enjoy a police escort for the first several miles and at every major road crossing. Pike County is only 50 miles south of Atlanta, but a world away in hospitality and southern charm. The terrain is gently rolling hills. The ride will pass horse and cattle farms as well as peach and pecan orchards. Riders are able to visit each community and have the opportunity to visit the historical sites located here. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you this spring!
Camp In Camp Out
We are excited to offer camping for the first time ever at our 20th Annual Tour de Pike. The Strickland Building is located less than 50 feet from registration. The building is beautiful and will be your Camp In Camp Out location. Your hosts for the evening are the Boy Scounts of Troop 37. You can bring a cot or a sleeping bag and pick a spot in this large, spacious building. The building is heated/cooled, has power, bathrooms, and a kitchen. Kitchen use will be limited, but if needed can be accessed. There are NO showers. Registration for camping is from 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Lights out at 10:30 p.m. We are working on all the final details since this is our first year offering camping. We hope to have race registration available at the same time so you can get up and ride out in the morning. The Boy Scouts will be selling dinner for donations on Friday night. Camping price includes a continental breakfast on Saturday.