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Tour de Cure

October 14, 2018
6:00 am - 1:00 pm
3400 Vine Street , Cincinnati, OH 45220
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Specification
At a glance
  • 3 Hours

  • Anyone 16+

  • 100 Volunteers

What we'll doAssist with sign-ups, route signage, parking, rest stop and cheer team! This year, the Tour de Cure has expanded to include a ride, run, and a walk so even more volunteers are needed. Help in 3 hour shifts.
Who can do itAnyone 16+

You can choose to ride, run or walk in the Tour de Cure. The Tour de Cure was expanded to include more people in our community who want to support those living with diabetes. You can start or join a team or participate as an individual. Members of a team do not have to choose the same activity or route. Take your first step and register to volunteer today.

3400 Vine Street , Cincinnati, OH 45220
Social Profiles

5 days ago

Tour de Cure
Go social! Registered participants can now log in to their Participant Center or mobile app and click the Social tab to start a Facebook Fundraiser. Any donations that come in through this are directly tied to your #TourdeCure fundraising.

Go social! Registered participants can now log in to their Participant Center or mobile app and click the Social tab to start a Facebook Fundraiser. Any donations that come in through this are directly tied to your #TourdeCure fundraising. ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

A great addition for this year, thank you!

Thank you! I hope this helps me fundraise!!

2 weeks ago

Tour de Cure
Todays #TourdeCure Spotlight is on the American Diabetes Association - Arizona Tour de Cure. This event showcases the beauty of the desert southwest in spring and includes the option to cycle, run, walk or spin on-site. With average temperatures in the high 70’s, participants are treated to the Sonoran Desert in full bloom, with scenic and expansive views of the Bradshaw and McDowell Mountains. The Arizona Tour de Cure has a reputation for being the most well-supported ride in the state, with over 600 volunteers supporting the event’s participants. Learn more or register today: www.diabetes.org/arizonatour

Today's #TourdeCure Spotlight is on the American Diabetes Association - Arizona Tour de Cure. This event showcases the beauty of the desert southwest in spring and includes the option to cycle, run, walk or spin on-site. With average temperatures in the high 70’s, participants are treated to the Sonoran Desert in full bloom, with scenic and expansive views of the Bradshaw and McDowell Mountains. The Arizona Tour de Cure has a reputation for being the most well-supported ride in the state, with over 600 volunteers supporting the event’s participants. Learn more or register today: www.diabetes.org/arizonatour ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

GO RED RIDERS!

Go Red Riders!!!!!!

GO RED RIDERS!

4 weeks ago

Tour de Cure
#TourdeCure Champions are some of our most dedicated participants, raising $1,000 or more. This years Champions will have the option to receive a Tour de Cure Champion Jersey or zip-up hooded jacket.

#TourdeCure Champions are some of our most dedicated participants, raising $1,000 or more. This year's Champions will have the option to receive a Tour de Cure Champion Jersey or zip-up hooded jacket. ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Shouldn’t the champions/participants have a different color than the RED RIDERS/STRIDERS??

Champions get RED jackets?!? RED???? Red isn't for the Living RED participants? The people who are THE REASON WE TOUR!!!!!

Yep, that is not right

So disappointed that you don’t offer ladies sizes for these. Men’s sizes are not one size fits all. What kind of complaints would you get if you only offered women’s sizes and told guys to just get the closest one to your size and deal with it? I used to wear my Tour apparel all the time but I haven’t been able wear the new things since they started omitting ladies sizes. #NotMotivating

1 month ago

Tour de Cure
#TourdeCure participants who are living with diabetes who meet the $200/$250 level will have the option of receiving a Living Red Jersey or Tech Top. Give us a like if you will be rocking one of these on event day!

#TourdeCure participants who are living with diabetes who meet the $200/$250 level will have the option of receiving a Living Red Jersey or Tech Top. Give us a "like" if you will be rocking one of these on event day! ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

While I love the Red Rider Jerseys we're NOT LIVING RED. We're Red Riders and Red Striders. Stop changing crap and being insulting to those of us who've been involved for years and have diabetes. Do you listen to ANYTHING your volunteers or participants say?

I don't understand. What is living red rider? Because I am living? And a diabetic? Will I get promoted to dying red rider later? And, someday become dead red rider? I don't like this. Why did you have to change the red rider/red strider logo? With all the ADA changes, I may have to look at taking my fundraising and team to JDRF and their events.

where is the exclamation point?!?!? When the jersey was first designed, when RED RIDERS were first introduced Mari Michelle Ruddy wanted to make sure the exclamation point was there, it meant something! Its been taken away? Who decided that? Was there any VoC for that change?This video might help... www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOsZOZ96kWo

Pretty sharp looking.

Much better design this year

Awesome design!!

Go Red Riders and go Red Striders!! You are not alone!

Join Team Red Silicon Valley cheers Aussie Bob !

I am riding the 100K in the Wichita TDC, in July. I need all the donations I can get. donations.diabetes.org/site/Donation2?idb=141983716&df_id=21044&FR_ID=12595&mfc_pref=T&PROXY_ID=1...

Much better design this year!

I personally like this years jersey.

I won’t wear it during the ride. The jersey will be my reward after the 100 miles.

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