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Williamsburg Winery Plans Tour de Virginia Cycling Event

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JAMES CITY-Williamsburg Winery will host the inaugural, “Tour de Virginia,” a scenic four-day cycling event planned for September.

The event, scheduled for September 23-26, will raise funds for Williamsburg Area Meals on Wheels.

Participants will ride in two groups at a pace of 17-19 mph, cycling through different areas of the Virginia countryside. Rides include Williamsburg to Richmond on September 23; Richmond to Farmville on September 24; Farmville to Petersburg on September 25; and Petersburg to Williamsburg on September 26.

“Tour de Virginia” is limited to 50 riders. For more information, click here.

Early bird registrants will receive a discount if they reserve a spot before June 14.

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