The Tour de Fuzz, the Sonoma County bike ride everyone loves and looks forward to late in the summer, will hold its third-annual ride, BBQ and party benefitting the Sonoma County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy program, on Saturday, Sept. 14. It’s the ride that is full of law enforcement and first responders from all over the western United States. It ends at the old Ursuline High School campus with a great BBQ, live music and a pool party.
Riders of all levels will tackle gorgeous Wine Country routes alongside law enforcement riders, and there is great support on three courses, including rest stops, water stops, an end-of-ride savory barbecue with free beer and wine – plus showers, pool and live music.
Riding options include the 50K Enthusiast ride; the 100K Roadie ride; and the 100-Mile Commando ride.
The Tour is capped at 1,200 riders; registration and ticket information is available at tourdefuzz.org.