We sincerely appreciate our participants, committee members, sponsors, and volunteers who helped make this one of our best events yet! Funds raised will help support American Diabetes Association camp, research, education and advocacy for people living with type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes.
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If you still have remaining funds to turn in, please drop them off or mail them to our office by August 13. August 13 is also the final date to qualify for a Recognition Gift.*
ATTN: 2019 Tour de Cure: New England Classic
American Diabetes Association
260 Cochituate Road, Suite 200
Framingham, MA 01701
Many Roads. One Purpose.
Join us for the 2019 New England Classic (NEC) and feel the power of the pedal as you join the movement to end diabetes. Every mile covered and every dollar raised brings us that much closer to a cure.
Participating in the New England Classic is an experience you will never forget. Enjoy a weekend or weeklong adventure cycling through picturesque towns, along the coast and through the mountains. Along the way we provide fully-stocked rest stops, mechanical support and SAG (support and gear) vehicles to keep you safe on the road. Riders stay in air-conditioned accommodations that include dinner and breakfast each day.
NEC 150 Two-Day Experience: Travel the back roads of the Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts into southern New Hampshire and along the seacoast. Day two takes you to coastal Maine past beaches, rocky coves and quaint villages. Day two ends with dinner and a celebration, then riders take chartered buses back to Bedford while their bicycles are transported there safely.
NEC 550 Seven-Day Experience: Sharing the first two days of its route with the New England Classic 150, riders leave coastal Maine, heading west into the White Mountain region, where the challenge rolls north up the Kancamagus Highway to Lincoln, NH. The journey continues through Kinsman Notch and crosses the Connecticut River into Vermont. After a night in Montpelier, riders pedal the river valleys of the Green Mountains on scenic Route 100 to the Killington area and the welcome comfort of a ski resort. The trek continues through Vermont and then back into the Monadnock region of NH. The final leg heads to Central Massachusetts, winding its way to the finish in Bedford.
After registering you will have access to your participant center which is your fundraising hub. You will have a personal page to share your story, mobile apps, email templates and more. Fundraising has never been easier.
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