The 2022 Silicon Valley Tour de Coop is a FREE, self-guided bicycle tours of chicken coops, gardens, bee hives, hoop houses, and coolest Silicon Valley urban homesteads.
- Click Here To Register to ride/visit backyard Coops for the 2022 Tour
- Click Here to Sign up to register YOUR coop to be ON the 2022 Tour De Coop Event !
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2021 Tour – This tour was never scheduled or planned due to covid restrictions for group events.
2020 – In 2020, we create a virtual Tour De Coop!
You can view the various farms that participated that year by looking at their videos on the
In 2019, we were set to launch another full Coop Tour! We had well over 700 folks registered and some 20 coops and a corona virus came along. And this was not Covid-19 or related to humans – It was a corona virus that effected the chicken community called newcastle disease. Almost all chicken related events were banned from happening.
There is more information about this at:
Read about the 2018 Tour De Coop event! – Holy Cluck!
It all happened on Saturday September 15 2018!
Over 1781 folks registered for the 2018 Silicon Valley Tour de Coop, a free, self-guided bicycle tours of chicken coops, gardens, bee hives, hoop houses, and coolest Silicon Valley urban homesteads.
Here are a few photos from 2018 Tour De Coop and the Los Altos Hills, and Palo Alto coop loop!
If you still have any suggestions or feedback from this year’s event or questions, please feel free to contact SV Tour De Coop organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you all back next year at the 2019 SV Tour De Coop!
Check the SV Tour de Coop 2018 Photo wrap for more photos!
SV Tour De Coop 2017 Photo Wrap up
Another clucking fun event! 1,793 foks registered for the 2017 SV Tour De Coop! 32 coops, 7 coop loops and a whole lot of new coops in construction (we hope!).
This year’s coop tour is being sponsored by Slow Food South Bay and Clorofil.
Slow Food South Bay is the local chapter of Slow Food USA. Slow Food South Bay actively promotes our local food communities so that everyone can enjoy food that is good, clean and fair.Clorofil is a nonprofit micro-sanctuary located in the San Francisco bay area.
Clorofil promotes chicken adoption and educates the public about pet chicken care.