The Tour de Trenton returns on Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 1 p.m. commencing on the parking lot of the William Trent House at 15 Market Street in Trenton NJ. It’s not a race, but a leisurely tour of the city to celebrate all things made in Trenton past and present.

Trenton Cycling Revolution partnered with Terracycle with support from The Trenton Council of Civic Associations on the “Made in Trenton” tour. This is inspired by one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks, the Lower Trenton Bridge, also known as “Trenton Makes The World Takes bridge.”

The ride will focus on Trenton’s significance past and present showcasing locations of businesses that supported/support the phrase “Made in Trenton.” A 14-mile-long route will include a rest stop with facilities at the halfway point. Escorted by the Trenton Police Department, the tour attracts people from neighboring communities as well as New York and Pennsylvania. The number of volunteers and attendees continues to grow with recent rides having over 150 riders.

The ride is $15 with online registration, $20 day of and includes t-shirt. A ride themed t-shirt is included with registration for the first 100 riders.

Register online at https://www.trentoncycling.org/2019/10/04/2019-tour-de-trenton.

For more information contact: trentoncyclingrevolution@gmail.com