24th Annual Lodi Sunrise Century
The Ride has been Postponed, likely until October 2021!
Tour Returns in 2021.. but When?
For the first time in 24 years, the 2020 Lodi Sunrise Rotary Club was forced to cancel the 2020 Tour delle Vigne. But WE WILL BE BACK IN 2021! We are busy making contingency plans to ensure we can conduct a safe and celebratory ride!
A registration flow that ensures social distancing
Food Truck(s) to ensure the best possible food safety
and other safety measures
Unfortunately, we are forced to postpone our May 2021 date until later this fall (likely in October). Please follow us on Facebook for the latest and greatest information!
Registration Is Closed!
Until we have our fall date confirmed, Online Registration is closed.
Although "no refunds" have been our policy over the last 20+ years - we refunded all riders (last year) that requested a refund. Other riders generously donated their registration fee to our local Lodi Elderly (LOEL) Senior Center to help deliver much needed food and services to our most at-risk population during the COVID pandemic. We are doing the same for anyone that registered for our original May 2021 date!
For 2021, we will continue the policy of refunding your fee (less any Active.com fees) should the ride be cancelled or postponed.
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About the Tour delle Vigne
The San Francisco Chronicle recognizes Lodi, and the Tour delle Vigne, as being an integral part of making Lodi the "Bikeable Wine Capital" of the San Joaquin valley!
With that said, the Lodi Sunrise Rotary Club invites you to participate in our annual Tour delle Vigne ("tour of the vines") cycling event. The ride, formerly known as the "Lodi Sunrise Century" was re-named in 2014 to reflect the wine heritage of the Lodi Wine Appelation that is our home!
The event includes a 30k family fun ride, plus a 50k, 100k and 100 mile grand tour through the beautiful Wine country surrounding Lodi, California. Each of the routes offers scenic views of the vineyards, tranquil pastures and farm lands along lightly traveled roads.
The Tour delle Vigne is a touring event, not a race. Riders are asked to ride safely and be courteous to other riders and motorists. All participants must obey the California Vehicle Code. All Riders Are Required To Wear ANSI or Snell Approved Helmets.
Our riders are occasionally photographed during the ride. To get a sense of the fun, you can view some photos here!
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"Well marked courses, plenty of rest stops and water stops, great food, very nice people, and a beautiful course. Exceptional overall. I'm looking forward to making this ride a tradition. Thank you for everything!" - Vincent Jones
"Had a great ride today. Nice rest stop and lunch. First time back since you moved it to the winery. Great job. So much better (location). Regards, Richard P"
"Had a fantastic time, awesome rest stops, food, and loved water station because I needed water. This is our third metric in three weeks and this one topped all of them. Thanks!" - Diana