Located in the heart of Oklahoma’s Green Country in beautiful Mayes and Delaware Counties. The tour starts and finishes in Pryor, Oklahoma within riding distance of more than 2,500 miles of lake shoreline in the gentle foothills of the Ozark Mountains.
You’ll experience lush countryside, well-paved, shady rural roads, DAM J.A.M.’s world-famous festive rest stops, and some of the best support of any bicycle ride…anywhere.
As always, it’s the first Saturday after Labor Day. Please join us Saturday, September 12, 2015 as we celebrate our 24th great year!
Great job everyone! All who raced Tulsa Tough this past weekend, you survived another year on Cry Baby Hill.
Congratulations to Portia Marie (4th Day 2, W Cat 4), Regina Hancock (7th Day 2, W Cat 3), Bryan Hawkins (2nd Day 2, M Cat 5 Under 35), Tyler DeWitt (7th Day 2 and 9th Day 3, M Cat 5 Under 35) and Jim Westover (Deuce Challenge completed).
We still have several previous year model bikes on sale ranging from road to cruiser. If it has a green tag, it’s on sale! Come in to look for the perfect bike for you.
At our Peoria location we also have select shoes and helmets at 50% off and check out our bin full of accessories at 50% off!
Tom’s on Peoria is located just off Riverside Drive at the intersection of Peoria Ave and Riverside Drive. That’s just north of 71st St. The best way to get here is to find your way to Riverside Drive and turn on Peoria. There we are!
Tom’s on 15th is located between Peoria and Utica on the south side of the road, directly across from the Subway and next door to the Coffeehouse on Cherry Street.
We’ll see you here!
We have the hottest, best sports video camera ever in stock now, the GoPro Hero 4. Check out some of the amazing footage shot using this camera here. Come pick one up today and make your own video of your next ride!
If you have been thinking about using your bicycle as transportation to work, the Indian Nations Council of Government has some great resources here.
Have you ever wondered to whom you would report damage to the trail or other maintenance issues? Here’s a great list of phone numbers, (sorry, no email addresses yet) where you can let the responsible party know about the condition of their part of the trail. To see the list, click Tulsa Trails Maintenance Contacts
Follow the adventures of Andre as he cycles the Andes. Keep updated here.