If you are planning on riding a Tour de Cure this year, post up here so we can all know who's riding where, and how far! Might give us a chance to do some meet-n-greets in real life, not just here in cyberspace.
I'll be riding the TDC in Fargo, ND -- June 18th -- 75-mi edition.
I am a Red Rider in San Diego, CA and will be riding the May7th 104 mile ride.
I will also be leaving, Mike, from Fargo, ND on July 6th on my cross country ride
to Bar Harbor, Maine. Two years ago, I did San Diego to St. Augustine, so now I am venturing into the northern area.
I will be speaking a few Tour VIP dinners and then riding at the Minnesota Twin Cities Tour and at the Tour de Cure Colorado. The Cycling Team of Team WILD: Women Inspiring Life with Diabetes is going to all ride the Tour in Colorado! We have room on the team still! Come to an info session this month to learn more. http://teamwild.org
See you on the road!
Founder of the Red Rider Program
Founder of Team WILD
Upped that to doing 4 this year... Team Red - Lake Nona, FL - 6 Mar 2011( Done) Team Red - Lakewood Ranch, FL - 13 Mar 2011 (done) Team Red - Buffalo, NY - 6 Jun 2011, Indy 11 June on the 11th. GO RED RIDER!
Ours is on June 4th. Around here, that means either cold, hot,or flooded. I'm doing the 100 for the first time in my life, & training has been tough because of all the darn rain. Three of our 4 routes involve ferry crossings of the Mississippi, which always makes it interesting also.
I'm doing Basking Ridge, NJ this coming Sunday (June 5, 2011) as a member of Team Red. I had originally signed up to do the 50-mile again but the weather and my cold-related circulation issues have me so far off my training that I'm going to change down to the 30-mile this year.
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