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2020 Tour de Red Rose


Congratulations to everyone who completed all or part of our Vintage Tour de Red Rose. It was a challenging season but I'm glad we were able to offer a means for everyone to get out and do some riding around our beautiful county.

We were not able to do prizes this year but we are offering you a way to commemorate your rides. The 2020 Vintage Tour de Red Rose jersey is now available to purchase on the clubs team page here:

Our vendor is Pactimo who did last years Tour de Red Rose Jersey. 

The cost for the Century LX version (which is the same style as we used last year) is $44

You can also order the jersey in the higher end Ascent style for $90

There are other goodies on the store for purchase as well including LBC neck gators for $20 and an awesome Tour de Red Rose cycling cap to match this years jersey for $24

Orders must be placed by August 3rd for delivery in mid-September.

2020 TdRR Jersey



Mike White
TdRR Director


Our Vintage Tour de Red Rose Begins This Saturday June 27th!

Click Button Below To View This Years Schedule:

2020 TdRR Schedule


The LBC Tour de Red Rose Returns for the 2020 Season! Thanks to unanimous LBC Board approval we are hosting a Vintage TdRR from June 27th 2020 to July 19th, 2020 which will be our 13th season!

Due to current social distancing measures our event has to look different this year. We cannot have large groups at the start locations and need to maintain social distancing as per the current guidelines so we are hosting a Vintage Tour.

What will a Vintage Tour look like?

A vintage Tour means we will not have group start times this year. We will provide a schedule and you do the rest.

There is no designated start time, punch card or weather calls.

Ride format will be the same as previous years with 20 rides over a 3 week period.

Weekend rides will have long and short distance options that leave from two different locations.

Weekday rides are Monday through Thursday at varying locations with Friday being our rest day.

THERE IS NO DESIGNATED START TIME! All rides are 'Show and Go' so you can ride at whatever time you choose.

Our plan is to offer weekend sweeps at 10am and 1pm for those who do not have riding buddies or are uncomfortable riding along. This IS NOT a group start time.

Weekday rides will have the same format as the past with sweep options at 8am and 6pm. Again these are not designated start times, you ride whenever you choose.

This years Tour de Red Rose is open to everyone. No registration is required and your participation will not be tracked.

There are no prizes for participation this year. Your reward is a sense of accomplishment, riding time with friends and of course bragging rights.

We do anticipate being able to offer a Vintage Tour de Red Rose jersey to purchase at the end of the Tour to commemorate your accomplishment. Graphics and pricing should be revealed by July 15th.


We still need volunteers this year to help preview the rides and offer a Sweep option for riders who need it. Instead of an extra ride punch this year you will receive a Ride Hero credit for your time. You are welcome to preview or sweep with a friend(s) but only one person will get the ride hero credit. There is a limit of two Sweeps/Ride Previews per person for now, but we may open up for more if the need arises. 

Please see our volunteer section for available openings: 

Volunteer For The Tour 

See You On The Roads,

Michael White
TdRR Director


The LBC Tour de Red Rose Returns for the 2020 Season! Thanks to unanimous LBC Board approval we are hosting a Vintage TdRR from June 27th 2020 to July 19th, 2020 which will be our 13th season!

As you probably know our event usually mirrors the Tour de France but with the Tour being postponed until August 29th, 2020 we have decided to keep the original dates to better fit in with our riding season.

Details will be coming soon so stay tuned to this page, LBC Online and LBC social feeds to get updates about the 2020 TdRR.

See You On The Roads Soon!

Michael White
TdRR Director


Adopt a Highway

The Adopt-a-Highway program was started back in 1992 by Harry Campbell [deceased] as a way for our club to give back to Lancaster County. We are expected to clean up Columbia Ave. from Donnerville Rd. to Rohrerstown Rd. 3 times a year. PA DOT supplies us with gloves, reflective vests & trash bags.

 Ice Cream Lovers Ride

As featured in Bicycling Magazines best ride for PA. On this 40-mile route, you can find killer ice cream at Bird-in-Hand Bakery (12 miles), Lapp Valley Farm (23 miles), and Oregon Dairy (36 miles), where scoops are sized calf, heifer, or cow.

Out of Area Rides

Suburban Cyclists Unlimited (SCU) maintains a great list of out of area rides. You can view that list by clicking here.