Tour de Break

Tour de Break

Help us raise $50,000 by riding 50, 30 or 20 miles


A generous couple has pledged to match the first $10,000 raised. Make a donation to your favorite rider and it will be doubled!

Join us Saturday August 31, 2019 and help raise $50,000 by riding through the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains and along the coast.

We start at Daybreak Camp with breakfast and begin our ride through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. We have 50 mile, 30 mile or 20 mile routes planned so you can choose your own challenge.

Your $75 registration fee (Early bird $50 until July 15th) includes breakfast, fully supported rest stops with hydration and snacks, SAG vehicle support, goodie bag with a Tour de Break t-shirt and lunch at the finish line!

On our Fourth annual ride last year 34 riders raised $31,348 for the ministry of Daybreak Camp. Help us break the 50 rider and $50,000 mark in 2019.

We also need volunteers to staff the following and make the Tour a success:

  • SAG (support and gear) vehicles
  • Staffing the rest stops
  • Guiding riders at intersections and much more.

All volunteers will receive breakfast, lunch and a tour t-shirt.

Here are the details:

When: Saturday August 31, 2019

Where: The 50 and 30 mile Tour de Break rides start and stop at Daybreak Camp: 6676 Rose Acres Lane, Felton, CA 95018. The 20 mile ride starts with breakfast at Daybreak, then a short car ride to the start near Natural Bridges State Park. (details to be announced)

Who: Anyone that wants to support Daybreaks’ ministry. Riders younger than 15 must be accompanied by a parent.

Cost: Registration is $75 – (Early bird rate $50 until July 15th.)

Donation Levels: Riders that reach $500 donation level will receive  a tour jersey ,$1000 receive tour jersey and a Daybreak sweatshirt.

Fundraising Minimum per rider: $250


Check out the video from 2015

The Tour de Break was “So cool! Funds raised so inspiring! Great event for families, too”

Tour de Break Moments

Frequently asked questions

How do I donate in honor of a rider?

Click HERE and you will be directed to our online donation website. You can use a credit card, debit card or E-Check. There will be a notes field for you to indicate which rider in whose honor you would like to donate.

If you want to make a general donation to the Tour de Break click HERE and you will be directed to our general donations website. Just choose “tour de Break” in the drop-down menu and we will count your donation toward the ride. You can use a credit card, debit card or E-Check.

Or you can mail a check to:

Daybreak Camp 6676 Rose Acres Lane, Felton, CA 95018.

Please include a note indicating your donation is for the Tour de Break and the riders name in whose honor you wish to give.

What will Daybreak Camp use the funds for?

This year we will use the proceeds to improve our facilities so we can be more effective in this important ministry!

Are my registration fees tax deductible?

No. Your registration fees are used to provide food and services to you therefore are not tax deductible. However any donations are fully tax deductible.

Is my donation in the name of a rider tax deductible?

Yes. Daybreak Camp is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit corporation. All donations are tax deductible as long as no good or services are received by the donor.

What equipment do I need to ride?

What To bring

  • Helmet
  • Bicycle in good working order
  • Water bottle or camelback. (there will be hydration at the rest stops)

Other items to know:

There will be SAG vehicles in case of mechanical difficulties or rider fatigue.

For the safety of the riders road rules must be adhered to at all times.


What route will the Tour take this year?

This year the 50 and 30 mile rides will be the same as last year. The new 20 mile ride is designed for those that love a nice ride with gentle slopes.

Click HERE to see the 50 mile route.  This route is 49.6 miles, ~3620 ft of climbing.

Click HERE to see the 30 mile route.  This route is 30.5 miles, ~2150 ft of climbing

Click HERE to see the 20 mile route.   This route is 20.8 miles, ~ 778 ft of climbing

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