EVENT DAY INFO
Sunday, October 31, 2021
The Jewish Federation's 9th Annual Tour de Summer Camps will be held at Camp Alonim located at the Brandeis-Bardin Campus of the American Jewish University.
1101 Pepper Tree Lane
Brandeis, CA 93064
100 and 62 Mile Riders:
Please use the 4100 Guardian Street Parking Lot at the corner of Tapo Canyon Road and Guardian Street.
36 and 18 Mile Riders:
Please drive onto the American Jewish University campus through the main gate. Volunteers will help direct traffic.
5:30 AM – Parking Lot Opens
6:45 AM – Welcome at the Start Line
6:00 AM – Check-in/Registration Opens
7:00 AM – 100 Mile & 62 Mile Ride Start
9:00 AM – 36 Mile & 18 Mile Ride Start
9:30 AM – 1st Cycle at Camp Session Begins
10:30 AM – 2nd Cycle at Camp Session Begins
11:00 AM – Lunch Starts
5:00 PM – All Courses Closed and Event Site Closes
PREPARATION & SAFTEY
Route Signage: It is the rider’s responsibility to know the route they are riding!
Each Course is color coded with the following:
Keep yourself safe: Each participant must be in sound health for the chosen route. Riders under 18 must have the written consent of a parent or guardian. All participants will have to complete a waiver.
100 Mile – Red
Please look for the following route signage along your route.
*Helmets are absolutely required and must be worn at all times while on the bike. They also need to be in good working order and meet current CPSC or ASTM helmet codes. Please click here for information on Helmet Safety.
Rules of the Road: Bicycles are vehicles under the California Vehicle Code and you are subject to all the rules and regulations of that code. Obey all traffic laws, traffic signals and signs. Ride as far to the right as is safely possible and travel single-file. Riders that do not follow these rules may be subject to City or County fines.
At a minimum, all riders must wear a helmet* and appropriate cycling gear.
Hydrate: Remember to drink plenty of water and electrolytes throughout the whole challenge!
In addition to water, we also strongly recommend: base layer, sunscreen, bike shoes, and sunglasses.
Mechanical Assistance and SAG: Basic bike services will be provided by VeloFix in the Expo Area as well as along the course to assist with any mechanical issues. SAG (Support and Gear) vehicles will be roving the course to assist with any mechanical or needed support. Basic bike supplies will be available at each rest stop. This ride is fully supported, and assistance will be available for all riders who need it.
Medical Assistance: If you are involved in or witness a medical situation on the route, call 911. For minor first aid needs, all Rest Stops are equipped with basic first aid supplies and medical teams will be located along the course.
Please use the Tour hotline number, 805-582-4454, which is also printed on your wristband for route assistance if you cannot make it to the next rest stop.
Cancellation Policy: No refunds or transfers available. Your non-refundable registration fee reserves your spot in the event.
- Headphones including walk-mans, ipods, and iphones.
- Non-Working Bike.
- Personal Support Vehicles.
- Do not ride using aero bars while in a group.
- Non-Registered Riders.
- No passenger children or pets in any carriers or towable strollers on the bike course.