The mission of the Victor Valley Bicycle Tour is to raise awareness of safe bicycling in our communities and to promote cycling as a healthy lifestyle for both recreation and transportation.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is the Victor Valley Bicycle Tour a for-profit company?
No, the Victor Valley Bicycle Tour is not a for-profit company, we are a community organization. All funds received for events come solely from registration fees and donations from local municipalities, businesses and other community donors. These fees/donations will provide for the full cost of the event as well as providing events, service, and improvements to the Victor Valley.
Who handles the Victor Valley Bicycle Tour’s money?
We have a 501c3 (non-profit organization) who handles all money.
Who makes up the Victor Valley Bicycle Tour?
The Victor Valley Bicycle Tour is being spearheaded by three local municipalities (Town of Apple Valley, City of Hesperia and City of Victorville) with additional assistance from residents and community members.
The Victor Valley Bicycle Tour Board Members are:
- Thurston “Smitty” Smith, President
- Doug Robertson, Town of Apple Valley, Vice President
- Michele Rivas, Secretary
- Alan Pellegrini, Treasurer
- Christine Plasting, Victor Valley Transit Authority
- Todd Matthews, Resident/Teacher
- Eric Greene, City of Hesperia
We require all cyclists to wear a helmet during our ride.
How do we contact VVBT for more information?
Have I heard of VVBT?
Yes! We are the provider of the “Pass bicycles 3 feet min” signs around the Victor Valley.
We provided the bike fix-it stations on the new bike lane along the Mojave River and at Hesperia Civic Park.
Is there a time limit?
No, but our volunteers would like all riders to finish by 4pm