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3rd Annual Nogales Bicycle Classic
Nogales City Hall
The Nogales Bicycle Classic has lowered its registration fees to encourage more widespread participation in this event benefiting Circles of Peace. Four route options provide opportunities for leisure riders as well as long distance cyclists. The common factor is that all who participate will enjoy the fresh air and majestic beauty of Santa Cruz County, AZ, while riding the 8, 38, 58 or 84-mile routes.
• Early Bird Registration for 84, 58, 38 mile rides: $40 until Feb 8
• Mid Registration for 84, 58, 38 mile rides: $45 from Feb 8 to Mar 8
• Final Registration for 84, 58, 38 mile rides: $50 from Mar 9 to 28, last day to register
• All rides (84, 58, 38, 8) for riders between ages 12 and 18: $20
• Fun Ride (8 miles) for riders ages 12 and over: $20
• Fun Ride (8 miles) for riders ages 11 and under: FREE!!!
• 5 person Team Registration for long distance rides: $175/team ($35/rider)
• 10 person Team Registration for long distance rides: $300/team ($30/rider)
All rides start at Nogales City Hall, 777 N. Grand Avenue. Route maps are located at http://www.nogalesbicycleclassic.org/event-info.html.
Register NOW to win a FREE 3-month training plan with 3 scheduled course preview rides for the 84-mile event. Go to www.nogalesbicycleclassic.org for details.
All registration proceeds benefit Circles of Peace, one of the first domestic violence treatment and prevention programs that use a restorative justice circle approach to quell violent behavior in families. Circles of Peace is committed to advancing a holistic and culturally sensitive community based approach to mending families in Santa Cruz County.
The Esplendor Resort at Rio Rico is the official sponsoring hotel. Located at 1069 Camino Caralampi, Rio Rico, AZ 85648, the Esplendor is offering special discounted room rates to guests riding in the Nogales Bicycle Classic. Contact 520-281-1901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current event sponsors include Esplendor, Walgreens, Balanced Training Solutions, Zonta Club of Nogales, Holiday Inn Express & Suites, and Candlewood Suites. If your organization would like to sponsor this event, please go to http://www.nogalesbicycleclassic.org/sponsors.html.
Ready your wheels for the 3rd Annual Nogales Bicycle Classic
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Known as a perimeter bicycling tour, the Nogales Bicycle Classic offers participants various self-paced rides designed for leisurely fun as well as the physical challenge demanded by serious cyclists. The common factor is that all who participate will enjoy the fresh air and majestic beauty of Santa Cruz County, AZ, while riding the 8, 28, 58 or 84-mile routes.
All rides start at Nogales City Hall, 777 N. Grand Avenue. The 84-mile route starts at 6:30 am and heads northeast on Highway 82 to Patagonia and back to S. River Rd. to Pendleton, Palo Parado to Chavez Siding in Tubac and back through Rio Rico to Nogales.
The 58-mile ride starts at 6:45 am heading northeast on Highway 82 to S. River Road where it winds through Pendleton, Palo Parado, Chavez Siding and back through Rio Rico to Nogales.
The 28 miler starts at 7:00 am and follows Highway 82 to S. River Road to Pendleton and Palo Parado in Rio Rico, then back to Nogales.
The 8-mile “fun ride” starts at 7:15 am and wheels down Grand Avenue and back to City Hall.
The 28 and 58-mile courses are for road and mountain bikes. The 84-mile course is for road bikes only. And the 8-mile “fun ride” is for any kind of bike and riders of all ages.
The event will conclude at 1:30 pm. Officials will have a vehicle available at the event’s conclusion to pick up any riders still on the course.
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