Tour de Hills is an annual bicycle ride that takes place in and around Harrison, Arkansas and which offers breathtaking Ozark Mountain views. Tour de Hills consists of three events: a road race, and two tours/rides:
- 58 Mile Road Race: Known as the "Jasper Disaster", this USCF-sanctioned timed race is not an easy ride, with with steep grades and lots of climbing. Not for beginners. Strictly for serious trained riders. Should allow 3-6 hours to complete.
- 26 Mile Tour/Ride: A light challenge, good work out. Does have a few challenging climbs followed by long flats. Please allow 2 to 3 hours to complete.
- 15 Mile Tour/Ride: A leisurely ride with a few hills. The hills are nothing that can't be handled by a beginner rider. This is a scenic ride. Please allow 1.5 to 2 hours to complete.
Registration includes t-shirt, pre- and post-ride meals, goodie bags and eligibility for prizes. Organized by Harrison Parks and Recreation.
|04-29-2017||Tour de Hills - An annual bicycle ride that takes place in and around Harrison, Arkansas and which offers breathtaking Ozark Mountain views. 15 and 26-mile rides, and a challenging 58-mile race known as the "Jasper Disaster".|