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Why Ride in the 2014 Tour de Cure?



Join the tour for a day full of fun, excitement, and a challenge.

Register for Tour de Cure today to enjoy all the perks such as; a healthy breakfast before you ride, Tour de Cure swag, fully supported routes with rest stops every 10-15 miles, and come back to the party zone where fans cheer you on as you cross the finish line!

Ultimately as a rider, you’ll feel the accomplishment of raising money for the American Diabetes Association.  You can help make a difference in the lives of the 26 million Americans affected by diabetes and the 225,000 Iowans affected.

Stop by the Tour de Cure Booth on January 25th at the Iowa Bike Expo for more information and to get signed up!

REGISTER TODAY to take the ride of your life!
Use Promo Code: RAGBRAI for a $10 registration fee.

Central Iowa Tour de Cure, June 7, 2014:
www.diabetes.org/centraliatour

Corridor Classic Tour de Cure, June 28, 2014:
www.diabetes.org/corridorclassic

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