Photos courtesy of Tour de Scottsdale

The Tour de Scottsdale is set to take place on April 13, at WestWorld of Scottsdale. This event, organized by the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy in collaboration with the Perimeter Bicycling Association and El Tour de Tucson, offers cyclists the opportunity to participate in either a 100KM metric century (62 miles) or a 50KM ride half metric century (32 miles).

Riders who register for the event will receive various benefits including an event T-shirt, a catered lunch by M Culinary, finisher medallions, and access to post-ride entertainment. The Tour de Scottsdale aims to provide participants with a high-quality experience, featuring aid stations, support, and gear (SAG) services, and traffic control measures.

The USA Cycling PRIX RIDE, occurring from April 11 to 13, allows participants to engage with professional cyclists and Olympic medalists such as George Hincapie, Mari Holden, and Bobby Julich. This pre-event includes special receptions, rides with professionals, and a VIP registration package designed to inspire and prepare participants for the main event.
WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Rd., will host the start and finish lines, packet pick-up, the event expo, and the post-ride celebration. The venue was chosen for its ability to accommodate a large number of participants and provide ample parking, including RV parking options.

The Tour de Scottsdale offers a challenge to cyclists while promoting health and fitness within the community. With its scenic routes and comprehensive rider support, the event is expected to attract a wide range of participants.

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