Changes coming to the 2017 Tour de La Porte
Changes are coming to the 2017 Tour de La Porte (TdL) cycling event on Sunday, August 27, with brand new cycling routes and the opportunity to utilize the app Ride with GPS. TdL is a three-day event held in August each year. There are a variety of events spread out over three days, including a non-competitive cycling event where participants can choose what length they would like to ride. The options are 5, 15, 25, 40, 60 and 100 mile routes. To see the new routes, go to tourdelaporte.org/cyclists/. The website provides downloadable PDF versions of the routes, or participants can click the link to “Ride with GPS” to see an interactive map of the routes and SAG stops. The jersey design can be viewed on the TdL website and is available for $70 in the Run Sign Up Store. Registration costs for TdL’s cycling event are $45 for adults, $20 for youth 12-17 and free for children under 11. Learn more at tourdelaporte.org.
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