ZTour Riders: Make sure you download the Ready Bureau App. The Ready Bureau App gives you access to emergency numbers, weather conditions, maps, etc. You can also call 815-876-0316 for help during the ride.
The 2nd Annual Bike Decoration Contest voting is now underway! Select your favorite and hit submit, it is that easy! Winner will be announced at the Mike & Joe concert on Main Street, Princeton on Friday night Thank you to everyone who supports ZCEC, the Z Tour Bike Ride, and the City of Princeton. You can vote here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd8itrl2GOKKzGjh6nwmb2WwORpaF6eTHOmovZ7rINoz-AypQ/viewform?fbclid=IwAR17xJ1wSS9pieuMeiPw4c0mST5pglxHPsN3lSIGRgxnp-ArLh6HjbIjmKc
You won’t want to miss this year’s Main Street Concert on the eve of ZTour, Friday, July 19. The band Mike & Joe will be bringing their pop rock music to Main Street Princeton from 5 to 9 p.m. We can’t think of a better way to kick off the ZTour Weekend. For more information, contact Princeton Tourism or the Princeton Chamber of Commerce.
This is not a joke!
You can save $10 OFF registration on Monday, April 1st when you enter the promo code pitythefool at registration. This is a ONE DAY sale. Don’t miss it!
Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-z-tour-bike-ride-registration-54655971482 to register! Ride with us!
We have made several exciting changes to our five route options that will serve every level of rider this year. Special thanks for the continued cooperation of the City of Princeton, in that we are also extremely stoked that all routes (except the 10) will once again return to town and ride down Princeton’s Historic Main Street. There will be no street parking permitted on the west side of Main Street on the day of the ride!
Because rider safety is our primary concern, all of our routes are mapped with cue sheets/cue cards, using white road (Dan Henry System) markings, and have excellent signage. We patrol roads with support vehicles that are in constant radio communication with the Bureau County Emergency Management Staff. Busy intersections are controlled by our very dedicated local law enforcement.
See our Routes page for more information.