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Tour-de-Lakeland-poster-2017.jpg2017 Tour de Lakeland & Spring Festival 

For more info and to register: http://lakelandcurrents.com/tour-de-lakeland-spring-festival-this-saturday/


 “We were very happy with the participation last year. We had over 270 cyclists and about that many more that attended just the Festival.  Most of the cyclists were from the Memphis area, but we did have some from out of state.”

Mr. Johnson noted, “Our objectives remain the same: to provide a fun community event; to encourage people/families to stay active; and for both residents and visitors to enjoy the natural assets Lakeland offers.

This year we also want to promote and support the Lakeland Trails Project. Many people don’t realize that we have some awesome mountain bike and hiking trails behind IH Clubhouse and throughout Lakeland."















2016 Tour de Lakeland & Spring Festival

Tour_de_Lakeland_5.14.16.jpgOn Saturday, May 14th, 2016, the first annual TOUR DE LAKELAND bike ride was held, in conjunction with the Lakeland Spring Festival.

More than 270 cyclists participated with their sights on community landmarks like Delta Blues Winery, Garner Lake, new and existing subdivisions, Lakeland Elementary, the future site of Lakeland Middle Preparatory School, future site of Lakeland Commons, ChrisLeigh Farms and the Covered Bridge, Trinity Farms Equestrian Center, IH Clubhouse and Pavilion, Lakeland parks, and Memphis Propbusters – hobby aircraft flying center.

The event was open to competitive riders and recreational riders bringing awareness to the beauty of the community while raising funds for the Lakeland Education Foundation. The event started and ended at Delta Blues Winery where the Lakeland Spring Festival was held in conjunction with the bike ride.


Photos by Kim Odom


tour-de-lakeland_2016.jpgThe start and finish of the bike ride and all events took place at the beautiful Delta Blues Winery in north Lakeland.

Competitive cyclists, recreational cyclists, need-to-be cyclists, and even children and grandparents were able to choose from three rides (5 mile fun ride, 25 mile, and 45 miles), each highlighting the landmarks and natural scenery of our unique community.

Thanks to all the volunteers and to those that participated!


This page can also be accessed via www.LakelandTN.gov/tour.




tour-de-lakeland_2016.pngSome of the landmarks on the 2016 Tour:
Covered bridge at ChrisLeigh farms, Trinity Farms Equestrian Center, beautiful Garner Lake, IH Clubhouse and Pavilion, Lakeland Leather Works, Memphis Propbusters – hobby aircraft flying center, Lakeland Elementary School, future site of Lakeland Middle Preparatory School, and scenic back roads and farms of north Lakeland


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Events that were open to festival attendees and riders:
Live bands, tethered hot air balloon rides, face painting, inflatables, obstacle courses, adult beverage sampling, kayak and paddle board activities...plus, food, prizes and more!


More details:
The bike ride started at 8 a.m. with events lasting until 2 p.m.
...The start times were: 8 am...50 miler, 8:30 am...25 miler, 9 am...5 miler

Entry fees for the ride before 4/1/16 were $25 (individual), or $50 (family up to 6 riders). Entrants received a T-shirt and packet with information about Lakeland, as well as giveaways and coupons from participating businesses.

Entry into the Spring Festival was FREE.

*All proceeds benefited the Lakeland Education Foundation


The main goal of this family friendly event: get active, have fun, and enjoy the outdoors!