It’s almost time to Pedal for a Purpose in the 14th Annual Tour de Livingston! Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 10th.
The TDL provides an opportunity for riders to enjoy the beautiful fall colors in southeast Michigan while raising money to support the Livingston County United Way Basic Needs Programs. All proceeds help to bridge the gap for local hardworking families struggling to meet their most basic needs, prepare every child to be ready for success, and build a healthy community for all residents.
Since its start in 2008, the Tour de Livingston has raised over $445,000! This annual event is organized and run by the Howell Rotary Club.
This will be an in-person event following all safety protocols. Riders will be released in waves. You will receive an email with your wave time. The starting point is Howell High School Freshman Campus (Cafeteria area), located at 411 N. Highlander Way. Enjoy a delicious breakfast too!
Tune in tomorrow around 1:00 PM as Shaun and Tour de Livingston Committee Chair Jake Andrews do a Facebook Live about the event and announce how to enter our Free Tour Entry Giveaway!
Hometown’s Tour de Livingston Tune-Up Special
o thank you for your involvement in this awesome event, we’re offering $25 off tune-ups to all registered Tour de Livingston riders.
All you need to do to receive the discount is show us your TDL registration confirmation.
Pre-Tour: Limited to the first 100 riders — but get your bike in “the sooner the better”!
Post-Tour: No limit
FREE Winter Storage!
While no one wants to be thinking about inclement weather quite yet…
We’re offering winter storage again this year. Don’t have room in your garage, shed, or basement for your bicycle(s)? No worries! We’ve got you covered.
From October 1 through February 28, we offer free storage with the purchase of a tune-up. Use any or all of that 5 months. We just ask that you pick up your bike by March 1 so we can prepare for our busy Spring 2022 cycling season.
No tune-up? No problem. We still offer winter storage at $10/month. But we do highly encourage the tune-up over the winter so that your bike is ready to roll as soon as the nice weather hits. It will save you the trouble of bringing it in during peak season when our turnaround time is longer. Truly a win-win situation!