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Tour de Oui 2022
While everyone is thinking about riding during the Tour de…
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While everyone is thinking about riding during the Tour de France, we’re celebrating by hosting the Tour de Oui challenge. Inspired by the 21-stage race covering over 2,000 + miles, we’re bringing the excitement from the event right to your bike and saying “yes” to riding bikes every day. Discover somewhere new to ride, revisit that old trail, or get out an extra day each week. It doesn’t matter how you choose to go – hit the pavement, gravel, or local trails and unlock rewards to keep you going.

How It Works:

1. Download the Ride Spot app and swipe up on the Challenges tab on the home screen.

2. Search for Tour de Oui by PEARL iZUMi and tap “Join Challenge.”

3. After you join, every day you record a ride in Ride Spot between July 1st and July 24th, you’ll be contributing to your challenge goal.

4. At the end of the challenge, you’ll receive an email with a link to unlock your discount code, based on how many days your rode.

5. Keep an eye on PEARL iZUMi social channels for inspiration to keep pedaling and share content from your rides with #TourdeOui.

Ride to Rewards

The more you ride, the better the discount on PEARLiZUMi.com! Earn different jerseys based on the number of days you ride and receive your discount code at the end of the challenge:

The Yellow Jersey – Ride 21 Days and unlock a 35% discount code.

The Green Jersey – Ride 19+ days and unlock a 25% discount code.

The Polka Dot Jersey – Ride 17+ days and unlock a 20% discount code.

Redeem:

After the end of the challenge, you will receive an email with a unique discount code to redeem on PEARLiZUMi.com. The code will not be valid through any other dealer or outlet. Your level of discount is determined by the total number of days ridden.

Crew Member Rides

Need inspiration? Our crew members share rides across the country to get you rolling!

Empire State Trail – Maria Cesca

Double the distance to make this scenic path ride an out-and-back. The green spaces, winding creeks, historic landmarks and wildlife are so nice you’ll want to see them twice.

Find the route here.

Tour de Boston Maria Cesca

A cruise along gravel and paved paths, the Charles River, and collegiate vibes. Find the route here.

Tour de Palm Beach – Maria Cesca

An Intracoastal cruise made for sunrise (or sunset) spins. Find the route here.

Tour de Lake Apokpa – Maria Cesca

Surrounding wetlands and the north shore of Lake Apokpa are ideal for bird-lovers, just keep an eye out for gators!

Find the route here.

A West Orange Trail Tour – Maria Cesca

Voted one of Florida’s top ten bike paths, made complete by a stop at Rosalie’s for some French pastries.

Find the route here.

Salado Creek Loop – Carlos Torres

An urban escape along the Salado Creek Greenway, with offshoot unpaved options to add a little spice. Find the route here.

Morrow County Gravel – Jen Toops

Rolling hills over mixed surfaces take riders through beautiful Amish Country. Plus, one carrot-loving donkey along the way.

Find the route here.

Bladenburg Gravel – Jen Toops

Quintessential Ohio gravel travels through rolling farmland. A natural spring at mile 22 provides the perfect refresh on this longer route.

Find the route here.

Emmett Gravel – Kelly Paananen

Idaho dirt doesn’t disappoint. A moderate ride with big views from “Freezeout” Hill. Find the route here.

PEARL iZUMi HQ to Boulder & Back – PEARL iZUMi

A staff favorite that follows smooth, crushed gravel, protected creek paths and fast pavement—because we’re all about riding there.

Find the route here.

Classic Boulder Climbs – Jen Toops

Hitting all five of these climbs makes for one burly ride! Find the route here.

Boulder Adventure Ride – Jen Toops

Steel your legs—this one’s a doozy! Featuring pavement, gravel and some trails, the one constant in this ride is the climbing. Find the route here.

Deckers Groad Loop – Deanna McCurdy

Riding along the South Platte River, between craggy canyon walls, and up plenty of worthy climbs, makes this one a hidden gem. Softserve at the Deckers corner makes a great summer stop.

Find the route here.

Tour de Eagle – Karen Jarchow

Tag Crooked Creek Pass on this backcountry gravel circumnavigation of Mount Eve (11,132′). Find the route here.

Flow Job Loop – Shannon Boffeli

Vegas views meets desert flow track—a must-hit rip! Find the route here.

Ronde Van Potosi – Jen Hanks

Minimal pavement, dirty gravel, and a “smile singletrack”finale—don’t skip the famous root beer floats at the Pioneer Saloon!

Find the route here.

Red Rock Canyon – Randy Barcena

Flanked by iconic red sandstone cliffs, this loop is a great quick hit. Find the route here.

Tour de Mill Valley – Anthony Venida

A climb up Mount Tam makes for a Marin County classic. Find the ride here.

Bay Area Tour – Anthony Venida

Hawk Hill and Paradise Loop treat riders to views of the city and the quaint eponymous town of Tiburon Peninsula. Find the route here.

Tour de Monte Bello – Anthony Venida

A gravel climb through open space leads to smooth singletrack surfing—classic California! Find the route here.

Tour de San Diego – Michael Trimble

An out-and-back from the Historic Gaslamp Quarter to Coronado Island. This one may seem flat but don't discount those coastal winds. 
Find the route here. 

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