On Route Lunches 

As a part of your registration, lunch will be provide each day of the Tour at designated locations on the route. Lunches will feature Colorado products and will be prepared and served by local FFA chapters.

A special thank you to our product providers:

  • Bent Prowers Stock Growers
  • Colorado Potato Administrative Committee-
  • Colorado Pork Producers Council
  • Western Dairy Association
  • Swire Coca-Cola
  • Hirakata Farms
  • Frantz Farms
  • Knapp Farms
  • Mountain States Rosen’s
  • Leprino
  • Whiterock
  • Raquelitas Tortillas

Lunch menus include:

Friday, September 16 @ mile 17

BBQ beef sandwiches, veggie burgers, baked beans, string cheese, chips, cantaloupe, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, milk, juice, soda and water.

Saturday, September 17 @ mile 41.5

Pork loin slices, green chili, quinoa green chili, string cheese, honeydew, potato salad, ice-cream bars, sweet corn, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, milk, juice, soda and water.

Sunday, September 18 @ mile 47

Lamb, tortillas, baked potato bar, black beans, steamed peppers and onions, watermelon, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, milk, juice, soda and water.

Community Meals; Snacks, Dinner & Breakfast  

Community meals are more than a means to refuel after a day of riding, they also serve as fundraisers for local organizations.  Each host community will bring you some delicious eats while you are in town and we thank you in advance for your support and contribution to these organizations providing  meals.

Please be sure to carry cash, as cards are not accepted at all locations

The following community meals will be available, point of purchase:


9/16: Breakfast at Start Line – 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

  • Provided by: Crowley County High School Band & Choir groups
    • Pancakes
    • Sausage
    • Eggs
    • Fruit
    • Coffee, orange juice, milk and chocolate milk

SOURCE BOARD HIGHLIGHTS – local products being used

  • Eggs – Fowler
  • Blue Ribbon Sausage – Fowler
  • Flour – Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee
  • Watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe – Inspiration Field

9/16: Snacks at Start Line – 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

  • Provided by: Crowley County Men’s Catholic Church
    • Green Chile slipper’s hamburger patty on a bun covered with green chili & cheese
    • Water and coffee


9/16: Snacks at HQ – 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

  • Coming soon!

9/16: Community Dinner at Entertainment site – 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

  • Provided by: Fowler Methodist Church
    • Grizzly Grinder w/grilled onions, peppers, and cheese
    • Valley Veggie Medley
    • State Fair Potatoes
    • World Famous Rocky Ford melons
    • Fowler Fruit Crisp
    • Valley Veggie Haystack (Vegetarian Option)

SOURCE BOARD HIGHLIGHTS – local products being used

  • Italian Sausage processed locally from Jensen’s Blue Ribbon Processing (Fowler)
  • Squash (Manzanola)
  • Zucchini (Manzanola)
  • Tomatoes (Fowler)
  • Onions (Fowler)
  • Pinto Beans (Rocky Ford)
  • Peppers  (Manzanola)
  • Potatoes (Center)
  • Cantaloupe (Rocky Ford)
  • Watermelon (Rocky Ford)

9/17: Community Breakfast at HQ – 5:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.

  • Provided by: Fowler Lutheran Church
    • Breakfast Burrito (egg, sausage, chile, onions, potatoes)
    • World Famous Rocky Ford melon fruit cup
    • Bagels w/cream cheese and/or peanut butter
    • Yogurt
    • Granola

SOURCE BOARD HIGHLIGHTS – local products being used

  • Eggs (Fowler)
  • Onions (Fowler)
  • Chile (Rocky Ford)
  • Potatoes (Center)
  • Cantaloupe (Rocky Ford)
  • Watermelon (Rocky Ford)

La Junta  

9/17: Snacks at HQ Site – 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

  • Provided by: The Barista
    • Assorted Fresh Fruit
    • Brownies / Cookies / Biscotti
    • BLT Pasta Salad
    • Roasted Tomato Pasta with Mozzarella
    • Black Bean and Corn Salsa with Chips / Gazpacho Salsa with Chips
    • Red and Yellow Watermelon Salad
    • Avocado-Cilantro Chicken Salad Sandwiches
    • Iced Tea & Iced Coffee (assorted syrup flavors)

9/17: Community Dinner at Entertainment site – 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

  • Provided by: Double E Enterprise*
    • Steak hoagie
    • Steak fajita
    • Chicken Fajita
    • Chicken wrap
    • Rodeo Burger
    • Cheese burger
    • Hamburger
    • Double burger
    • Hot dog
    • Water, lemonade, sweet tea, iced tea, soda
  • Provided by: Torrez Empire*
    • Hamburgers
    • Mexican food
  • Provided by: Snowball Express
    • Deep fried oreos
    • Pretzels
    • cool bead ice cream
    • hotdogs/corn dogs
    • fries

*Gluten free and veggie options available

9/18: Community Breakfast at HQ Site – 5:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.

  • Provided by: The Barista
    • Peanut Butter and Granola Wrap
    • Breakfast Burrito – (some GF available)
    • Assorted pastries, muffins, scones
    • Egg Scramble (egg, meat and cheese)
    • Bagels – cream cheese/jam
    • Croissants –
    • Assorted Fresh Fruit
    • Oatmeal – Gluten Free/Vegan
    • Yogurt Parfaits


9/18: Finish Line Chuck Wagon BBQ Lunch– 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

  • Provided by: Local County Volunteer Fire Departments
    • BBQ Beef (served with a pitchfork!)
    • Local pinto beans (cooked for hours in 50 gallon cast iron bean pots)
    • Bratwurst
    • Homemade Sauerkraut
    • Fresh sweet corn
    • German salad
    • Vegetarian Pasta Salad
    • German chocolate cake
    • homemade ice-cream
    • snow cones
    • Lemonade
    • Water
    • Coffee
    • Milk
    • Chocolate Milk

SOURCE BOARD HIGHLIGHTS – local products being used

Our  firemen have a secret special way of making the BBQ beef here, they have been making their BBQ for Crowley County Days every year for the last 100 years, it’s so Big they have to use Pitch-forks to serve the beef!!   Then they slow cook pinto beans in huge cast-iron pots over a wood fire for hours making the best pot of beans you have ever tasted!! 

    • Locally grown pinto beans
    • Fresh Homemade Sauerkraut made in Crowley County
    • Fresh locally grown Sweet Corn
    • Bratwurst from Jensen’s of Fowler

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