Tour de Pickle Left ornament Right ornament
(Presented by Wayne Memorial Hospital)
Presented by Wayne UNC Health Care  Wayne UNC Health Care

NOTE:  The North Carolina Pickle Festival and associated events, including Tour de Pickle, are canceled in light of concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. Registration fees paid to date will be refunded.

Set for Saturday, April 25, the 2020 Tour de Pickle is a festival favorite, with three routes through scenic Wayne, Duplin and Sampson counties.

Register and pay online using the link below, or download the entry form and mail in your registration.

Registration/Check In begins at 8:00 am for all riders. Preregister by March 15, 2020 to guarantee a shirt on ride day!

Informational Flyer

Entry Form

Register Online here

Start Times* for 2020:

9:30 am – 75 miler Map and Cue
9:35 am – 50 miler Map and Cue
9:40 am – 25 miler Map and Cue

*Note that the Cuke Patch 5K run in downtown Mount Olive has been moved to Friday night.

Where –
Mt. Olive Pickle Company’s John Walker Warehouse located north of Mount Olive at 100 Commercial Avenue, just off Old Mount Olive Highway.

Cost
$30 for pre-registered riders – official Tour de Pickle shirt guaranteed on Ride Day (Must pre-register by March 15.)
$45 after March 15 – official Tour de Pickle shirt may be mailed to registrants after Ride Day

Safety Requirements
All riders must wear a SNELL, ANSI or another safety-approved helmet. No exceptions. All riders 12 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult at all times. No exceptions.

Entries
Please complete Registration Form (link above), and make check payable to and mail to:

North Carolina Pickle Festival, Inc.
123 North Center Street
Mount Olive, NC 28365

Questions?
For more information contact the Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce at 919.658.3113.

 

 

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    123 N. Center Street, Mount Olive, NC 28365



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