Tour de Cure won't be the same without you.
Register today and take the ride of your life!
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When : Sunday, May 1, 2016
Where : Veterans' Home of California
Address : 100 California Drive, Yountville
Registration Fee: $15
Fundraising Minimum : $250 (Kids 12 and Under $50)
Route Distances: 100M, 80M, 50M, 25M, 10M
Your Event Coordinator: Tom Hall
Phone: (510) 654-4499 x7460
Please mail checks to our local office:
American Diabetes Association
ATTN: Tour de Cure
1970 Broadway, Suite 425
Oakland, CA 94612
84 Days to event. 113 teams. 933 riders.
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We’re celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Tour de Cure and we want you to be a part of this amazing day!
Showcasing the beauty of the legendary Napa Valley in springtime, the Tour de Cure offers you the opportunity to cycle past many of the world’s premier vineyards in a well-organized and fully supported ride. Well-stocked rest stops with energy replenishing drinks and snacks as well as Support-and-Gear volunteers and vehicles and bike mechanics are on the route to make sure you can rise to the challenge and complete the ride you’ve chosen.
TOUR DE CURE IS THE RIDE FOR EVERYONE!
>10 miles – Our fun ride for families and those who cycle infrequently follows the Yountville bike path and the rural back roads of our host town. The rest stop serving this route is designed with kids in mind but offers support and fun for riders of all ages.
>25 miles – Heading up the Valley along the broad shoulder of Highway 29 and crossing over to the Silverado Trail at Oakville, this route offers a practically flat course that most cyclists can complete with ease.
WE ARE PROUD TO BE SELECTED BY THE READERS OF CYCLE CALIFORNIA! MAGAZINE AS THE BEST FUN RIDE IN THE UNDER 50 MILE CATEGORY IN 2015.
>50 miles – Our most popular ride continues up the Silverado Trail to the rustic town of Calistoga with its famed wineries, hot springs and mud baths. The course is rolling and the level of difficulty is intermediate, right for the regular cyclist and those who have managed to get in some training.
>80 miles – The course continues out to Healdsburg in the beautiful Alexander Valley. This route presents elevation gain as you head out of Calistoga and leave Napa County via Hwy 128 and enter Sonoma County.
>100 miles – Reach our new rest stop at Alexander Valley School by 11 a.m. in order to continue on the century course that follows a loop taking in Jimtown, Geyserville and the Russian River flood plains. Return to Alexander Valley School and refuel with freshly made quesadillas, boiled potatoes and other nourishment before you head back to Napa Valley and the finish line.
JOIN US AS WE CELEBRATE 25 YEARS RIDING STRONG. SIGN UP TODAY!
MAKE SURE YOU ARE SIGNED UP FOR THE RIDE THAT WILL RETURN YOU TO THE FINISH LINE BY EARLY AFTERNOON SO YOU CAN ENJOY THE POST-RIDE FESTIVITIES AT THEIR BEST.