Tour de Lentil Bike Ride

Tour de Lentil Metric Half Century, Century, and

Century-and-a-half Ride

Biking the Palouse










The Tour de Lentil is a 50km, 100km, or 150km bike ride (not a race) through the scenic Palouse held in conjunction with the National Lentil Festival. The course takes cyclists on a beautiful tour of the Palouse. The event begins at the City Playfields in Pullman and rolls out Wawawai-Pullman Road, through Colfax to Palouse, past Kamiak Butte, and back to Pullman. Three rest stops along the way will provide water and snacks. All riders must wear helmets.

The Tour de Lentil is the annual fundraising ride for the WSU Cycling Club. Participants must pre-register with the WSU Cycling Club here.

Photo by Zach Mazur

About the WSU Cycling Club

The WSU Cycling Club is organized to provide competitive and non-competitive WSU cyclists with a chance to ride and race together as a team.

Every Spring, the Cycling Club travels throughout the Northwest competing in a series of stage races (road) with other Division I and II schools.  Races usually start toward the end of March and last through late April.

New members are encouraged to participate in races, but racing competitively is far from being a team requirement.

The Cycling Club is structured in a very relaxed fashion. There are no mandatory practices, and members are free to participate at whatever level they wish. Look for more information on the member’s page.

To add your e-mail to the cycling e-mail list, head to this link, and fill out your information. You should start getting the e-mails.

E-mail with your questions.