The Rotary Club of Northville (www.northvillerotary.org) has been serving the community and promoting harmony and goodwill throughout the world for over ninety years. The 7th annual “2021 Tour de Ville Benefit Bike Ride”, starting and ending in Northville, is our major fundraising event for the year. In our first six years, we’ve attracted over 2,300 riders. We’ve raised over $120,000 for charities and causes such as the Rotary International Foundation, Kids Against Hunger, local scholarships, student exchange programs, Little Free Libraries, Shelter Box, Life Remodeled, and local food banks.
The Tour de Ville benefit bike ride is a family-oriented event and not a race. All routes begin and end in Historic Northville, Michigan at the Hangar, formerly The Village Workshop. Our routes include a 10-mile family ride and variable length (10-30 miles) ride that travel exclusively along the historic Edward Hines Drive. We also have a 54-mile route (for the seasoned rider) that follows a South West route through Dixboro and Whitmore Lake. This year, we’ve added a scenic gravel route that winds along several back-country roads just west of Northville.
Northville, MI 48167