If you are in the Twin Cities over the 4th of July and want to ride, consider the Tour D’Amico (TDA) bicycle ride. The Hiawatha Bicycling Club (HBC) and D’Amico & Son’s Restaurants invites you to start your Independence Day celebration with a scenic bike tour. Upon your return enjoy a delicious Italian picnic lunch. Now in its 19th year, select from one of four scenic routes options for a fun day.
Tour D’Amico bike ride registration
Registration is in the court area outside D’Amico Restaurant in the Golden Valley Commons Shopping Center, just off Highway 55 and Winnetka Avenue. Pick up your ride packet or sign up with day-of registration and start riding between 8 to 10:30 a.m. on the Fourth.
The Tour D’Amico bike ride routes
What a fun way to spend the early part of your 4th of July holiday. Leisurely ride the scenic parkways and trails with family and friends. Choose between the 20, 29, 44 or 62.2 mile scenic routes. All loops are mapped to give everyone riding a chance to explore some of the Twin Cities newest bike boulevards and trails. Along the way you will ride through parts of Edina, Hopkins, Plymouth and Wayzata before returning back to Golden Valley.
All four routes, through the western suburbs of the Twin Cities, are signed and supported. Maps and Ride with GPS will be available to further assist you on this fun bike tour. Along the way enjoy stopping at several rest stops for refreshments and treats. Then at the end of your ride savor a D’Amico & Sons American/Italian al fresco picnic lunch.
The Tour D’Amico rest stops and Italian buffet
You will not go hungry or thirsty on the Tour D’Amico! Hydration rest stations will be provided along the routes. Menu samplings and snacks will be served along the way. At the end of the ride, back in Golden Valley, D’Amico and Sons will greet you with a post ride buffet lunch when you return to Golden Valley. With so many choices and the dessert bars are sinfully delicious.
Everyone always enjoys the fine food and refreshments D’ Amico’s served after the ride – Sign up today!
Share the TDA memories with a Tour D’Amico jersey
Before leaving the bike ride, order a TDA Jersey, with a full zipper and pockets in back.
About Hiawatha Bicycling Club
Join the club at Hiawathbike.org to learn more about all the fun rides they lead, like the Tour D’ Amico.
Proceeds from the Tour D’Amico benefits the Children’s Lighthouse, trail maintenance projects in the Twin Cities and the bike education program of the Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota.