Tour de Rock is an annual bicycle ride in North Little Rock, Arkansas that benefits CARTI (Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute), a not-for-profit health-care organization that provides the finest-quality radiation therapy and compassionate patient care to cancer patients in Arkansas and the surrounding states.
Tour de Rock features an Advanced Ride that takes cyclists routes of 30, 50, 68, or 100 miles on paved roads, with rest stops and assistance will be available along the route. The Family Fun ride covers about 10 miles on paved trails including Little Rock's Big Dam Bridge. A rest stop with refreshments will mark the ride's official turn-around point, but riders may easily turn around at any point on the route. This ride is great for riders of all ages and experience levels.
Registration includes a commemorative Tour de Rock t-shirt, food, and support.
|06-06-2015||Tour de Rock - An annual bicycle ride in North Little Rock, Arkansas benefiting the Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute, a not-for-profit health-care organization that provides cancer care and treatment.|