Tour de Oahe

in United States at Oahe Downstream Recreation Area, Campground 3 Picnic Shelter

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  • LONG ROUTE (67 miles)

    Online registration is closed for this category.



  • MEDIUM ROUTE (40 miles)

    Online registration is closed for this category.



  • DAM LOOP (20 miles)

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Oahe Downstream Recreation Area Campground 3 Picnic Shelter

Start & finish at Oahe Downstream Recreation Area Campground 3 Picnic Shelter
5 miles north of Ft. Pierre, South Dakota - just off Hwy 1806

Registration Fees

The Tour de Oahe is limited to 200 riders.

Registration fee:
$40 - if registered by midnight May 31
$50 - if registered between June 1 and June 19 (shirt not guaranteed at time of event)

Your registration fee includes the ride, pre-ride breakfast, post-ride lunch and snacks. Registered riders also receive a 2020 Tour de Oahe commemorative T-shirt if registration received by June 1.

Ride Details

LONG ROUTE (67 miles)
You will finish this ride feeling accomplished after completing category 4 and category 5 hill climbs, all the while taking in the spectacular views of the Oahe Dam, Missouri River, Buffalo Interpretive Center, and the State Capitol! The first leg of the ride takes you out of the Oahe Downstream Recreation Area and through historic Fort Pierre where you will turn onto highway 1806 where you ride past the Buffalo Interpretive Center and end up at a scenic overlook of the Missouri River. After taking in the view, you will turn around a head back into town and make your way across the bridge into Pierre. The path through Pierre goes by the State Capitol and the "Gulch". After the quick tour of Pierre, you will head back towards the dam taking highway 1804. The ride will take you across the face of the Oahe Dam with a quick jaunt west on highway 1806 past the spillways to Cut Across Road. From here, you will turn back around and enjoy the ride back down to the Oahe Downstream Recreation Area.
See map and ride details here: www.mapmyride.com/routes/print/2813414710/

MEDIUM ROUTE (40 miles)
This route starts out similar to the Long Route, except the turn around on 1806 is at the Buffalo Interpretive Center and the jaunt on West 1806 will turn around at the top of "Billy Goat".
See map and ride details here: www.mapmyride.com/routes/print/2814090970/

DAM LOOP (20 miles)
Want to skip the excursion to the Buffalo Interpretive Center and West 1806? The Dam Loop will take you from the dam into Fort Pierre, though Pierre, and back towards the dam on highway 1804. You still get to see the State Capitol and do the signature ride across the face of the Oahe Dam.
See map and ride details here: www.mapmyride.com/routes/print/2814091735/

Helmets are required on all rides.

For more information:

http://www.tourdeoahe.com/
or
www.facebook.com/TourdeOahe/


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