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June TRIRI® Bicycle Rally at Lincoln & Harmonie State Parks
June 15-20, 2014

ROUTE PREVIEW & REGISTRATION INFORMATION


June TRIRI® Rally Preview

TRIRI® Bicycle Rallies explore Indiana through a series of loop rides from one or two state parks. Stay at a beautiful, modern Indiana State Park inn, a motel, or camp.


Join us at Lincoln & Harmonie State Parks for our fourth annual bicycle rally, Sunday, June 15-Friday, June 20. Partial week (three-day) registration will be available. Routes will will focus on historical sites.


Lincoln State Park connects visitors with the childhood of Abraham Lincoln, 16th president of the United States. The 1,747-acre park offers two lakes and ten miles of hiking trails. At this location, campers will stay at the Pine Hills Group Camp, and non-campers will have rooms at the Quality Inn Huntingburg. All participants (campers and non-campers) will eat breakfasts and dinners in the Pine Hills Group Camp dining hall. Lean more about Lincoln State Park.


Harmonie State Park is just a few miles outside the town of New Harmony, another site of historical significance in southwestern Indiana. New Harmony evolved from two utopian communities of the early 1800s: the Rappites and the Owenites. At this location, campers will stay in an area near the Maple Grove picnic shelter; non-campers will have rooms at the New Harmony Inn. All participants (campers and non-campers) will eat breakfasts and dinners at the New Harmony Conference Center. Learn more about Harmonie State Park and the town of New Harmony.


Terrain ranges from rolling to hilly with some challenging hills. Routes are still being finalized; routes and mileage are subject to change. Elevation numbers will be posted at a later date.


Five breakfasts and five dinners are included; the first meal provided on the rally is dinner Sunday evening. Menus are carefully planned for nutrition and variety, and include options for vegetarian and diabetic participants. Served in the park inns, TRIRI® meals offer lots of fresh fruits and vegetables as well as multiple entrees and sides. Furthermore, we do not run out of food!


  • Sunday, June 15: 56 (+2,757 ft) or 64 (+3,954 ft.) miles. Southwestern Indiana is strongly influenced by Catholicism. Start your tour with a cycling loop that visits the St. Meinrad Archabbey and its beautiful grounds. The monastery is a community of nearly 100 Roman Catholic Benedictine Monks, founded in the 1850s by two monks from Switzerland.

  • Monday, June 16: 25 (+1,488 ft.), 40 (+2,276 ft.) or 70 (+4,626 ft.) miles. Today's route passes through Santa Claus, Indiana, home to the world's only post office bearing Santa's name. After your ride, cool off by riding the world's longest water coaster at Holiday World and Splashin' Safari. The long route visits Tell City, named after William Tell.

  • Tuesday, June 17: 30 (+1,391 ft.), 47 (+2,023 ft.) or 71 (+3,081 ft.) miles. Visit the Lincoln Boyhood Home and the Colonel Williams State Historic site, a restored example of Federal architecture built in 1834. Colonel Jones was a friend of Lincoln's and influenced his political development.

  • Wednesday, June 18: transition day; 53 (+2,023) miles. Drive from Lincoln State Park to Harmonie State Park. Continue exploring the German heritage of the region with a loop ride that visits Darmstadt and Haubstadt. Or, take time to explore the historic sites of New Harmony.

  • Thursday, June 19: 70 (+2,078), 47 miles (+1,502) or 33 (+1,122) miles. New Harmony was founded in 1814 as a utopian colony and then purchased as a haven for social and intellectual pursuits. The long option includes a stop at Mt. Vernon on the Ohio River, and a stop at the cypress grove at Hovey Lake.

  • Friday, June 20: 48 (+2,246 ft.) or 24 miles. A second day of riding in this flat to gently rolling area takes you to the nearby towns of Poseyville, Cynthiana and Owensville.

June TRIRI® Rally Rates & Deadlines

Registration will close in early May. We expect rooms at both locations to fill; register early to guarantee a spot on the tour.


2014 TRIRI® Rally Rates For Full-Week Event at Lincoln & Harmonie State Parks, June 15-20
Accommodations Adults and Youth 10+ Youth (4-9) Children (3 & under)
Camping (Adults 10+) $420 $245 $115
Shared Hotel/Inn Room (2-3 people) $705/person $245 w/ parent or guardian $115 w/ parent or guardian
Single Inn Room (one person) $1,000 (one adult) -- --
2014 TRIRI® Rally Rates for Partial-Week Event at Lincoln State Park, June 15-18
Accommodations Adults and Youth 10+ Youth (4-9) Children (3 & under)
Camping (Adults 10+) $275/person $130 w/ parent or guardian $70 w/ parent or guardian
Shared Hotel Room (2-3 people) $440/person $130 w/ parent or guardian $70 w/ parent or guardian
Single Hotel Room (one person) $605 (one adult) -- --
2014 TRIRI® Rally Rates for Partial-Week Event at Harmonie State Park, June 18-20
Accommodations Adults and Youth 10+ Youth (4-9) Children (3 & under)
Camping (Adults 10+) $300/person $125 w/ parent or guardian $70 w/ parent or guardian
Shared Inn Room (2-3 people) $430/person $125 w/ parent or guardian $70 w/ parent or guardian
Single Inn Room (one person) $545 (one adult) -- --

*Note: Indiana child safety laws requiring restraint seats make it illegal for our support vehicles to transport children 7 and under; Therefore, all children transported by bicycle must be at least 8 years old. Younger children are welcome if a member of their party is registered as a driving participant and acts as their personal SAG each day.


Your June TRIRI® Rally full-week registration fee includes the following:

  • five breakfast & five dinner buffets, for a total of ten meals;
  • evening rider meetings;
  • an evening program on the history of New Harmony;
  • group tent camping fees;
  • 24-hour access to showers and rest rooms for campers;
  • SAG support & HAM radio communications;
  • a commemorative embroidered polo shirt;
  • massage therapy availability;
  • well-planned, clearly marked cycling routes with maps and cue sheets; and
  • donations to the Indiana State Parks and Bicycle Indiana.

The June TRIRI® Rally partial-week registration fees include all of the above tour features, except for these differences:

  • six buffet meals (Lincoln) or four buffet meals (New Harmony)

The Indiana State Parks offer a rich environment for hiking, photography, bird watching, and other outdoor activities. We welcome non-cycling family members and friends of participants who would like to join the rally. All participants will have their cars available at the parks, making it easy to visit nearby sites. We do request that drivers choose roads other than those we have selected for our cyclists.


June TRIRI® Rally Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be in writing (see Contact Us for help) from the participant who cannot attend, or his/her guardian if under 18. Letters or email correspondence must be received by the deadline to be valid.


All cancellations must be received by Monday, May 5. Those who meet this deadline will receive their registration fee minus $60.00/person. No refunds will be given after May 5 for any reason.


Please consider purchasing trip cancellation insurance in case you are forced to withdraw after the deadline. Trip cancellation insurance is available through McKay Insurance at 800.942.0283


Once we receive your entry, you'll get a confirmation postcard in the mail. Please contact us if you do not receive one within two weeks of registering. No maps or other materials will be mailed before the ride.


TRIRI® Jersey

Our 2014 TRIRI® jersey by Primal will be offered in men's and women's club cuts, with or without short sleeves. Order when you register for the rally to be sure of getting the size and style you desire. The women's cut is a new women's specific design; please consult the fit guide before ordering. View the Primal jersey fit guide.




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TRIRI camper enjoying a post-ride drink

































"A big thank you for the 2007 TRIRI. It was worth the drive to Indiana from Texas."

- S. Switzer, Texas



































"What a wonderful week I had. Just the right distances to make it challenging. The routes were clearly marked and not once did I have to use the map for directions, only for when my next food/drink stop was."

-J. Schepper, Indiana
































"I just rode the September Escapade, my first organized ride. IT WAS FANTASTIC! Thanks for all that you do...your organizational skills, maps, hospitality, etc. are remarkable."

- G. Cook, Indiana

























"Kathy and I rode on SE and loved it. Thanks for all your efforts to make it a smooth, well-run event. It was our first tour and we had a great time. It won't be our last."

- L. Hereth, Indiana











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