Western North Carolina’s Premier Cycling Tour
through the beautiful mountains and orchards of Henderson County.
The Tour d’Apple takes place
Monday, September 6, 2021
Wave Starts between 7:00 and 8:30 AM.
Continuing for 2021
CONTINUING FOR 2021
Last year Hendersonville Four Seasons Rotary Club and iDaph Events LLC successfully presented and managed a “socially distanced” COVID-free charity cycling tour on Labor Day 2020. We plan to continue those social-distancing measures again this year but with up to 600 cyclists with WAVES beginning at 7:00 AM until 8:30AM.
New for 2021: Custom Tour d’apple cycling hats for the first 350 participants to register! We suspect that you have enough cycling socks – so something new. Look for the design in the near future.
T-shirts in men’s and women’s fitted styles, are complimentary for participants registered as of August 14th, after this deadline, shirts will be limited and can be ordered for $10 online until sizes run out.
Shop beautifully designed Ride Jerseys & Bib Shorts!
You can order a custom TDA jersey and/or cycling shorts in a retro style through the Race Roster registration site up until July 18, 2021. These jerseys and shorts will be available to pick-up at packet pickup on Sunday or on ride day at the 2021 Tour d’Apple. Want to purchase but missed out on the July order? The store is NOW re-opened online until Sunday, September 12th at midnight. You can now make an online purchases of jerseys and shorts with deliveries in November. Go HERE to buy!
Get your own custom designed Tour d’Apple Hat.
We will give these special TDA Hats to the first 350 cyclists to register online with Race Roster. (HATS ALL CLAIMED!)
The Tour d’Apple on Labor Day
The Tour d’Apple cycling event provides four exciting, challenging routes through Western North Carolina’s apple orchards, waterfalls, and mountains to benefit the charitable projects of the Hendersonville Four Seasons Rotary Club.
Packet Pickup at Sycamore:
Packet Pick-up will be the day prior (September 5th) from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Sycamore Cycles in Hendersonville.