Is America's Largest Perimeter Bicycling Event for Cyclists of All Ages and Abilities.
Ride 106, 76, 54, 37 or 28 Miles in the Main Event or 11, 5 or 1/4 Mile(s) in the Fun Ride
SAT. NOVEMBER 17, 2018
"Ride to Save Lives" ~ to benefit ~ LOOK! Save A Life
Our Purpose is to promote the Safety & Awareness for ALL who utilize our Public Roads. Our Mission is to Foster an Environment of Safety for Cyclists & Motorists by Increasing Awareness, Emphasizing Education, & Having an Active Part in the Community.
FEES & CONTRIBUTIONS:
You Pledge to Raise $350 or more for LOOK! Save A Life.
This year, LOOK! Save A Life will be covering your initial Registration and Processing Fees as courtesy to you. In return, you will remain committed to reaching your goal.
LOOK! Save A Life will submit Your name for Registration once you've met Your Minimum Pledged Goal of $350.
Contributions paid to LOOK! Save A Life are tax-deductible as allowable by the I.R.S.
As a "Ride To Save Lives" Cyclist, You Receive....
Free Entry into El Tour -Once You've Met Fundraising Goal
LOOK! Save A Life Apparel (T-Shirt, Jersey, Bibs/Shorts) -Once You've Met Fundraising Goal
A Customizable Fundraising Webpage to Connect with Friends & Family
Satisfaction of Raising Awareness for the Safety of All Who Utilize Our Public Roads!
EL TOUR EVENT BENEFITS:
Entry into El Tour - Electronically Timed Finish - SAG & First Aid Support
El Tour Event T-Shirt - Medallion Upon Finishing - El Tour event Poster
Entry into El Tour Bike Fitness & Health Expo - Entry into El Tour Downtown Fiesta
Results Printed in Tail Winds newspaper and/or online at PerimeterBicycling.com
Proceeds Benefit Cyclists (like yourself), in an effort to protect Vulnerable Users while out there on the open road.
Fundraising not only supports a great cause, it doubles as an opportunity to pedal awareness to all of your family / friends as you train for El Tour.
Gives you the opportunity to be rewarded with attractive gear. (Polar-Water Bottles, Reflective T-Shirts, High Quality Jerseys, or even the treasured "Conquistador" (Trophy of El Tour de Tucson).