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The Banner University Medicine – El Tour De Tucson 

promises to be a breath of fresh air for both new and returning cyclists.  The team putting on this year’s event has listened to the cycling community … and taken action to provide a state-of-the art cycling experience second to none.

What’s New

ONE
EASY, 3 CLICK REGISTRATION.
You’ve told us in the past registration was a bit of a hassle.  We fixed it for you.
 
TWO
PROFESSIONAL TIMING AND PHOTO FINISH.  
Searchable, sortable, automated results and automatic notifications for participants.  Something you’ve been asking for.  Now it’s here.
 
THREE 
RACEJOY – THE APP
The 2019 El Tour De Tucson will be fully integrated with the Mobile App RaceJoy. Gone are the days when those cheering you on had to guess at your progress along the route.  Now they can track you real-time and send you cheers . . . from home . . . or from a vantage point along the route.  You’re never in this ride alone!
 
Goodbye old fashioned race days.  Hello RaceJoy.
 

Main Event:  100, 50, or 25 mile ride

Pay one entry fee to Perimeter Bicycling Association of America Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

Choose to be a fundraiser for one of El Tour’s charitable beneficiaries

Other Ways to Participate:

El Tour Fun Ride – Fun for family and friends who prefer to ride shorter distances.   Ride 10, 5 or 1 mile.   Click here information about the El Tour Fun Ride.

Bike Patrol – help cyclists on the route with minor mechanical aid, first aid and moral support.   Interested?  More details here Bike Patrol

Volunteer– Putting on a large scale charity event like El Tour requires lots of volunteer help and volunteering for El Tour can be almost as exciting and fulfilling as riding the event.  Volunteer sign up

Event Details

rainShine     El Tour goes on RAIN or SHINE    rainShine


Entry Fees

To ride in the 100-,  50-  or 25-mile El Tours,  you  pay one entry fee to Perimeter Bicycling Association of America Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Diamond Children’s Medical Center, our primary charitable beneficiary, receives a $20 contribution from your paid-in-full entry (tax deductible as allowed by the IRS).  The entry fee will vary, according to the schedule below.  You can pay in full now by cash/check/money order or credit/debit card.

The earlier you register the more you save!

  • Sorry, but we can no longer take deposits for ride reservations (to lock in fees). The service has been discontinued. Payments must now be paid in full. We apologize for the inconvenience.   

We have added a registration protection (insurance @ 6.5 percent), which will cover the cost of your registration should you encounter any of the following prior to the event: poor weather, traffic accidents, military call, jury duty, family emergency or work travel conflicts.

YOUTH ENTRY $40 through Nov 22, 2019.
Includes $20 contribution for Diamond Children’s Medical Center.

All paid full entries include a $20 contribution for Diamond Children’s Medical Center. (tax deductible as allowed by the IRS

New in 2019:
Event T-shirts will be available for purchase for only $10 – they are not included with entry.  

 


Online registration closes Tuesday November 19. 

Last chance to register is at Expo/packet pickup with cash, check, money order or credit/debit card on Thursday/Friday November 21 & 22.      

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 Learn More About El Tour

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Event Benefits for all Registered Cyclists

  • Medallion to all finishers
  • Free admission to the 2-day Expo/Packet Pickup
  • Fruit, snacks and water at aid stations every 7-12 miles
  • SAG support
  • Opportunity to earn special Awards
  • Traffic control on route
  • First Aid support
  • Subscription to Tail Winds newspaper
  • Electronically timed finish (Gun Time)
  • Results published on website and Tail Winds

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You Must Familiarize Yourself With All Event Rules.

Some notable ones are below, please read the rest HERE :

  • Aerobars are prohibited in this event. If they are on your bike, please remove them prior to the ride.
  • CPSC-approved helmet required to be worn properly.
  • Earbuds in BOTH ears are prohibited.  One earbud is allowed but is discouraged so that you may be more aware of your surroundings.
  • Human powered vehicles only – no motor/assisted (gas or electric) bicycles.
  • The course closes at 5:00pm. After 5:00pm you will be SAG’d to the finish line.  Aid stations close BEFORE 5:00pm following a schedule that allows cyclists to finish by 5:00pm.  If you fall behind the closing schedule, you may lose route support.  Please be mindful of this when you choose your ride distance!
  • No registration on ride day except for Fun Ride

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Write to        info (a) perimeterbicycling.com
Call (520) 745-2033

2019 El Tour Waiver – the legal stuff….