Tour of Nebraska announces 2022 cycling route | national news

The 34th annual Tour of Nebraska will take cyclists on a 235-mile course through central Nebraska.

The bike tour runs June 22-26 and will start and end in Loup City, about two hours from Lincoln.

The five-day trek includes views of the Sandhills, rivers, small towns, ranches, cattle, horses and wildlife, according to a Tour of Nebraska press release.

Riders will stay two nights in Broken Bow and two nights in Ord. Cyclists can also cool off after a day of riding with tubing and refueling options organized by Get Tanked on the North Loup River, just minutes from downtown Ord.






The 34th annual Tour of Nebraska will take cyclists on a 235-mile course through central Nebraska.




The route also takes participants through the towns of Arcadia, Callaway, Weissert, Comstock, Sargent, Taylor, Burwell and Elyria.

More than 400 cyclists are expected to participate in this year’s ride.

For more information on the 2022 Tour of Nebraska or other riding opportunities, including an optional gravel road adventure, riders can visit tourdenebraska.com.

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