Tallgrass Tour Routes

Information

Tallgrass Tour is a bike event benefiting the Marland Children's Home on September 29, 2018.

Registration opens on March 1, 2018 and starts at $37.00. September 15, 2018 the prices go up to $42.00 to register, and on the day of, the prices for registration will be $45.00. Tandem riders are asked to register separately. Tallgrass Tour is funded by local and out of town sponsors. If you would like to sponsor this event you can find more information on the "sponsorships" page. If you have any questions, Tallgrass Tour staff can be contacted via information on the "contact" page. Full refunds will be given for entry fees up until 45 days prior to start date. After that no refunds will be offered.

FAQ

Q: What day and time does the Tallgrass Tour Start?

A: Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 7 am.

Q: How can I volunteer to help?

A: You can visit our contact page for more information. Feel free to email or call the development offices at Marland Children's Home. A volunteer coordinator will contact you as soon as possible.

Q: How do I register?

A: On the Home page, click the register button. It will take you to our off site registration provided through BikeReg.com

Q: What is Marland Children's Home?

A: Marland Children's Home serves 44 youth (boys/girls) between the ages of 11 to 18. Our children come from all across Oklahoma, the majority from the Tulsa and Oklahoma City area. Our children have a wide variety of backgrounds, however all of them have been physically or sexually abused, deprived, or neglected. They are truly among the most destitute as they simply have no place else to go and no one else to rely upon. By the time they come to the Marland Children's Home, many of them have been in dozens of foster homes and several are from failed adoptions. Unfortunately, because our boys and girls range from 11-18, they are much less likely to be adopted.
We endeavor to not only give them a place to live but a home and a family. We strive to give them as many opportunities as possible to have a childhood. One of our greatest objectives is to prepare our children for adulthood. They will not likely have a support system of a traditional family, which most of us take for granted.We simply could not achieve the mission of the Marland Children's Home without the generosity of caring individuals, who believe that all children deserve a loving and caring home.