Many Roads. One Purpose.
Tour de Cure is our premier cycling event for all ages and abilities. Choose the course that best suits you, your family, friends, and coworkers. All the routes will be fully supported with bike mechanics, volunteer route marshals, rest stops with food and water, cheering volunteers and more.
Choose your distance and know that every mile helps make a difference. Whether you choose to ride in person or virtually, all the roads we take lead to the same destination to fundraise for a cure. You can also earn fundraising recognition gifts.Before you hop on your bike, important notes for Saturday, June 10:
We ask that you enter the Xerox Campus on Phillips Road, to Chiyoda Drive as Panama Road is where cyclist will be entering and exiting and will be temporarily blocked off to vehicles.
Please follow all signs and the instructions of your parking directors to ensure everyone’s safety.
What will you receive at Tour de Cure Registration Tent?
• Your rider bib: The bibs are chipped, but not for timing. They will register in the system when you start and end the ride at the start/finish line.
• A wristband with the emergency phone 585-444-3255.
• Your 2023 Tour de Cure: Finger Lakes Region event t-shirt (must reach $250 fundraising minimum)
• All other recognition gifts will be mailed directly to you, post event.
The Registration Tent will be open from 5:30 AM – 9:30 AM on Saturday. On-site registration is available, but you will still need to meet the minimum fundraising of $250 to participate.
Registration Information Table
At the Registration Information table, you will find safety pins, route maps, and instructions on how to access the Ride with GPS navigation if you need assistance.
Route Map Are Here
Download the Ride with GPS app and use the free voice navigation for your ride. You can access the Ride with GPS FLX site here.
Click the links to get the maps: 100 Mile (Yellow route), 63 mile (Red route), 40 mile (Green route), 25 mile (Blue route) and 12 mile (Pink Route).
With hundreds of participants who may share a similar story, and hundreds more to support them, Living Red can help with the first step or the millionth – in the fight to live a healthier life! Go Red Rider, Go!
A Grab ‘n Go breakfast will be provided for all participant, located in our ADA Cafe. This will include coffee, bagels, granola bars and fruit.
For our Champions, a catered breakfast will be available starting at 6:00a in the Champions tent, provided by Mama Lor’s. Menu items include breakfast sandwiches, yogurt & granola and fruit. You will also receive one additional food truck ticket to be used for lunch this year.
Food Trucks are back!
All riders have a lunch ticket on their bib. Each food truck will offer one menu item that you can redeem your ticket for.
- Effortlessly Healthy: Healthy Garbage Plate
- Macarolin: Mac and Cheese
- Low Carbolicious: Keto Chicken Wrap
- Northcoast Catering: Fried Chicken Sandwich
Other menu items will be available for purchase for yourself or other individuals who are not riding. Please note: Your ticket is only redeemable for the items listed above.
Note: For those riding the 100-mile route, there will be a lunch stop at the East Palmyra Fire Department rest stop. For those riding the 63-mile route, there will be a lunch stop at the East Williamson rest stop. Sandwiches will be provided, as well as additional snacks, Gatorade and water.
Finish line festivities:
Here are a few things you can expect after your ride:
Along the course:
Route Support: SAG Vehicles (Support and Gear) will be offering support to the Tour riders on every route and will be marked with a bright orange route flag.
If you have stopped along the roadside and need assistance, make sure to flag them down. They can provide cyclists with roadside assistance and have the capability to call for medical or emergency assistance anywhere along the route.
Very important – If you have stopped and DO NOT need assistance, please give them a 'thumbs up' to prevent them from having to stop when it is not necessary. Minors must be accompanied by an adult in the SAG vehicle.
2023 Tour de Cure: Finger Lakes Region
Event Contact: Jessica Joanis
Event Contact's Phone: (315)546-5430
Event Contact's Email: JJoanis@diabetes.org
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