Tour de Murrieta

17th Annual
Tour de Murrieta

Presented by Wine Ranch Grill & Cellars

April 2-3, 2022

Tour de Murrieta

17th Annual
Tour de Murrieta

Presented by Wine Ranch Grill & Cellars

April 2-3, 2022

COME FOR THE ACTION, STAY FOR THE FUN
 MURRIETA, CALIFORNIA

WHEN: APRIL 2-3, 2022

WHERE: MURRIETA, CA

WHEN: APRIL 2-3, 2022

WHERE: MURRIETA, CA

RACING, FOOD, FESTIVAL – FREE SPECTATOR VIEWING! FUN AND FESTIVITIES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!

WELCOME TO THE TOUR DE MURRIETA

We are an official USA Cycling Sanctioned Event

The 17th Annual Tour de Murrieta, is an event recognized as one of California’s most prestigious race weekends and is scheduled for April 2-3, 2022, and will feature the most competitive race teams in California!

Saturday’s Grand Prix course remain unchanged, which is the one-mile lightning fast course through historic downtown Murrieta. Due to the opening of the new bridge on Guava Street, the Circuit Race course is now a rolling 4-mile course with eight turns.

In the race’s 17-year anniversary, the courses remain downtown, with Saturday’s event hosting a festival atmosphere including an exposition area, food and beverages, music, and the ever so popular kids’ race.

KIDS’ BICYCLE RACE!

Kids age 2-8, get ready to ride in the Saturday Kids' Bicycle Race. Photo credit: myvalleynews.com (Shane Gibson).

Pacific Western Bank Kids' Bicycle Race

Kids age 2-8, get ready to ride in the Saturday Kids’ Bicycle Race. Photo credit: myvalleynews.com (Shane Gibson).

What is definitely the highlight of the weekend is the Kids’ Bicycle Race, sponsored by Pacific Western Bank – Murrieta.  Children between the ages of 2-8 years old are encouraged to participate with distances varying according to age group, with medals to be issued to all participants.  The event will take place in the Senior Center parking lot on Saturday, between the hours of 12-2:00 p.m., free admission, with a non-perishable canned food donation to benefit the local food pantry.  Please practice social distancing and wear a mask while in close proximity to other participants.  Thank you!

WATCH FOR FREE!

Racers battle for position on Sunday's challenging Circuit race, a rolling 4 mile course.

The most competitive race teams participate

Racers battle for position on Sunday’s challenging Circuit race, a rolling 4 mile course.

“Our participants should come prepared to experience a great weekend of racing, our popular downtown courses provide great race viewing,” said Race Director Kurt Kovacks. “Free neutral race support will once again be on hand to support our racers, cash prizes and champion jerseys will be awarded to the overall winners… Thanks to the continued support of the city of Murrieta government, community and local sponsors, our race has become a staple for racers from across the country and this year is proving no different.” With the race’s continued growth, the race will count with the services of professional timing/result services which includes software that will provide competitors with immediate and live results, professional race announcing, and an atmosphere that compares to no other!

KIDS’ BICYCLE RACE!

Kids age 2-8 years old get ready to navigate the course in the Saturday Kid's Bike Safety Rodeo. Photo credit: myvalleynews.com (Shane Gibson).

Pacific Western Bank Kids' Bike Safety Rodeo

Kids age 2-8 years old get ready to navigate the course in the Saturday Kid’s Bike Safety Rodeo. Photo credit: myvalleynews.com (Shane Gibson).

What is definitely the highlight of the weekend is the Kids’ Bicycle Race, sponsored by Pacific Western Bank – Murrieta.  Children between the ages of 2-8 years old are encouraged to participate with distances varying according to age group, with medals to be issued to all participants.  The event will take place in the Senior Center parking lot on Saturday, between the hours of 12-2:00 p.m., free admission, with a non-perishable canned food donation to benefit the local food pantry.  Please practice social distancing and wear a mask while in close proximity to other participants.  Thank you!

WATCH FOR FREE!

Racers battle for position on Sunday's challenging Circuit race, a rolling 4 mile course.

The most competitive race teams participate

Racers battle for position on Sunday’s challenging Circuit race, a rolling 4 mile course.

“Our participants should come prepared to experience a great weekend of racing, our popular downtown courses provide great race viewing,” said Race Director Kurt Kovacks. “Free neutral race support will once again be on hand to support our racers, cash prizes and champion jerseys will be awarded to the overall winners… Thanks to the continued support of the city of Murrieta government, community and local sponsors, our race has become a staple for racers from across the country and this year is proving no different.” With the race’s continued growth, the race will count with the services of professional timing/result services which includes software that will provide competitors with immediate and live results, professional race announcing, and an atmosphere that compares to no other!

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