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2017 Manning and Napier Tour de Cure
 

Local News, Promotions & FAQ

If you have any questions about the Tour de Cure or the American Diabetes Association please contact the Manning & Napier Tour de Cure staff:

For info on corporate teams, sponsorship, or media relations, contact Kerrie Merz at kmerz@diabetes.org 585-458-3040, ext. 3473 or Nicole St. James at nstjames@diabetes.org 585-458-3040, ext.3479.

For information on family/friend/club teams, logistics, volunteers, using the participant center, or general event inquiries, contact Michelle Prue at mprue@diabetes.org or 585-458-3040 ext. 3490.

 


Raise a Glass to Tour de Cure 2017_TDC_Rochester_PintGlass

We got an early visit from a Tour de Cure leprechaun who gifted us with these limited edition pint glasses, just in time for St. Patrick's Day!

Register and raise $75 online between Thursday, March 16 and Sunday, March 19 and you will receive a Tour de Cure pint glass.
 
Just like catching a leprechaun, if you don't act fast, you'll miss it! Log in to your Tour Center now to make a donation, send some emails, or share your page to Facebook.

Not registered? Not a problem! Sign up and raise or donate $35 between March 16 and March 19 and earn your glass.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. OPEN ONLY TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE FIFTY (50) UNITED STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 13 YEARS OR OLDER. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Sweepstakes runs from 12:00AM March 16, 2017 to 11:59PM EST on March 19, 2017. See Official Rules, prize descriptions and odds disclosure.  Sponsor: The American Diabetes Association, Rochester Office, 160 Allen Creek Rd, Rochester, NY 14618.


Registered Rider Indoor Training Information

All registered riders for the 2017 Manning & Napier Tour de Cure are invited to sign up for indoor training at Midtown Athletic Club. This opportunity is exclusively for registered riders, so if you haven't yet, sign up for the Tour now!

Visit our Indoor Training page for full details and sign up schedule.

Questions?  Contact Michelle at mprue@diabetes.org or 585-458-3040 ext. 3490.


Red Rider Indoor Training

All registered Red Riders (participants living with diabetes) are invited to weekly training, courtesy of Tryon Bike! Get in shape, meet other Red Riders, and prepare for the 2017 Tour de Cure!

Classes begin on January 2 and will continue weekly on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., and Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m.

Visit Tryon Bike's website for complete details and sign up info (reservations are required for classes).

*Trainer loans and/or donations are needed and welcomed!*

Not registered yet? Sign up today!


2017 Registration Fee Schedule

Get the best deal on registration by signing up early as fees will increase throughout the year.  Take a look at the schedules below.

September 1 – October 31: $10 (EXPIRED)
November 1 – December 31:  $15 (EXPIRED)
January 1 – February 28:  $20 (EXPIRED)
March 1 – April 30:  $25
May 1 – June 8:  $30
June 10 walk-on:  $35


Local FAQ

Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions that might be able to help you: 

Q - I see this ride has a fundraising minimum. Can I still ride if I don’t raise that amount?

A - No. The American Diabetes Association is a non-profit organization with a mission: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. That mission creates an imperative and constantly growing need for programs offered by the Association (ADA). Diabetes is a fast growing epidemic. Current trends show that by the year 2050, one third of the population will be diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes education and awareness is critical, and with this comes an increased need to fund programs and research to find cures and improved treatment. Tour de Cure funds help advocate for the rights of individuals with diabetes in the workplace and other organized settings, such as schools where we must be vigilant in our protection of children with diabetes and importantly, research that makes a difference for people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes is made possible because of your support of the Tour. For raising the minimum fundraising goal or more, you will be offered an enjoyable ride that is fully supported with SAG support, bike mechanic support, medical personnel and first aid support, fully stocked rest stops, an event t-shirt, post-ride meal, extra perks and much more! If you have any questions about the fundraising minimum or where your fundraising dollars are being used, please do not hesitate to contact us or check the national webpage at diabetes.org. We are happy to talk to you about it and help you come up with creative ways to reach your goals.

Q - Can my child participate and ride with me?
A - Yes, but you or an appointed adult guardian must remain with the minor (under age 18) at all times. If participating, the minor is also responsible for fundraising and is also required to wear a helmet, if riding.  Please use your best judgment based on the skill and maturity level of your child. We strongly recommend that prior to the Tour you enroll your children in a Road One course offered for families by your local chapter of the League of American Bicyclists. This will teach them the importance of riding on the side of the road and they will learn valuable skills for riding with other cyclists in traffic. Children who are transported in Burleys or other bike carriers need not be registered and are not required to meet any fundraising minimum, but you will have to fill out an Emergency Information Form for them at registration. 

Q - Can non-riding friends and family participate in the finish line festivities?
A - Friends and family members are welcome at the festival  though they may be required to pay for lunch. Your friends and family can cheer you across the finish line and then join you in enjoying the festivities. Friends and family are also welcome to sign up for volunteer assignments at the event. Volunteers will receive a t-shirt and lunch at no cost.

Q - I registered to ride and now I have a conflict. Can you cancel my registration? Do I still have to fundraise?
A - Yes, we can cancel your registration, and you are not required to fundraise if you will not be riding in the event. We appreciate your contacting us so we can release your space to another rider. Your registration is nonrefundable and nontransferable. Alternately, even though you will not be able to ride, we can keep your registration active on our website to allow you to continue fundraising for our important cause to stop diabetes. This way you will be participating as a virtual rider and still making a difference. 

Q - When and where do I turn in cash and check donations?
A - You may turn in your cash/check donations at any time to the American Diabetes Association. Checks should be made payable to American Diabetes Association. Send to our local office.

American Diabetes Association
ATTN: Tour de Cure
160 Allens Creek Drive
Rochester, NY 14618

Teams

Q – How many people form a team?
A – We prefer each team to include five or more individuals. There is no limit as to how large a team can be. You can have a team with as few as two people.

Q – Why be a part of a team if the fundraising minimums are individual?
A – Teams have more fun! They compete with other teams and they can earn team tents to hang out in during the festival on the afternoon of the event and much more. Many teams do extra things like team training rides, team shirts or jerseys and team fundraising. Company teams are a great way to create camaraderie among employees while getting healthy and creating a presence in the community.

Q – Can my company team include more than employees?
A – Yes! Successful company teams enroll not only employees, but family, friends, associates, clients, vendors, etc. The team is for everyone connected to your company in some way. Check with your employer as to whether there are any restrictions. Also, check with your employer about whether matching gifts might be available for team participants.

Q – Does everyone on my team need to ride together?
A – No. In spite of being on a team, riders should register for the distance/route that best suits their abilities and level of training/fitness. Large teams will want to do some coordination so that team members going the same distance know in advance and can arrange to go together.

 
 
 
 
 

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

 
 
 
 

Our National Sponsors

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© 2017 American Diabetes Association

The American Diabetes Association is the nation's leading 501(C)3 nonprofit charity providing diabetes research, information and advocacy.

Tour de Cure is the premier cycling fundraising event of the American Diabetes Association and the nation’s largest diabetes cycling event. This event is a unique opportunity for businesses, clubs, friends and families to come together to form teams with the vision of a life free of diabetes and all its burdens

 
 
How to be a Virtual Walker?

It's easy!

  • Click on the "Register" button located within the top of this page,
  • Find the Step Out you’d like to participate in locally, and
  • At the beginning of registering choose the VIRTUAL WALKER registration option.

That's it!

 
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