You won’t go hungry at the Bike Virginia Tour! In 2014 we are offering the option to purchase a breakfast plan and a dinner plan. These are to supplement lunches which are included with every registration.
We know food is an important and fun part of a bike tour.
Breakfast Plan (5 Meals), Saturday through Wednesday
If you take part in breakfast plan, beginning on Saturday you’ll get a tasty breakfast at camp to start your day off right. This easy and quick meal will include a variety warm foods, fruit, bagels, yogurt, coffee and tea. It’s a great place to meet friends and plan your ride for the day. Menus announced closer to the event date for 2014. Five breakfast meal plan is $79.00, weekend 2 breakfast meal plan $32.00.
Lunch (5 Meals) Saturday through Wednesday
A catered lunch will be served each day, Saturday through Wednesday. Lunch is included with all registrations.
We’ll arrange healthy, enjoyable meals that will provide you with plenty of energy for riding. Vegetarian options are available just be sure to select the vegetarian choice at the time of registration.
Lunches are held at the end of your ride for the day. Back at headquarters you can kick back, enjoy something delicious, and share your stories from the day.
Registered participants wear a wristband and will be served one lunch meal per day. Menus will be available in spring 2014.
Dinner (5 Meals) Friday through Tuesday
Join in on the fun at our “Eat and Greet” meals. Enjoy a leisurely meal at headquarters where you can share memories from the day’s fun and enjoy our special entertainment. Menus will be posted in spring 2014. Five dinner meal plan is $99.00, 2 dinner weekend plan is $39.00.
Please note: Some of the towns we visit are very small and may have very limited dining options. If you don’t plan on packing your own dinners you may want to consider buying our meal plans with registration. This will ensure you have access to food. Sightseeing shuttles are included in your registration and will be offered on some days, some days this might allow access to food, other may not. No additional bus pass is required to ride this shuttle, simply show the driver your wristband as you enter the bus.
Rest Stops Served
Each day you will have access to refreshments at our Rest Stops. We will have a minimum of one rest stop every 15-20 miles. On an average route there will be 2 rest stops. More Rest Stops are provided on longer routes.
We will have a Premium Rest Stop on each day. At this super-duper stop you’ll get a special treat, something regional or some other catered food item that’s guaranteed to be tasty!
Vending lists for 2014 have not been determined. Be sure to check with us before you count on buying food from food vendors. In some locations vending is not available.