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- All riders who entered before Monday May 6th 11pm are guaranteed their VeloRevolution produced Tour De Cure 2013 event jersey as seen on our Facebook page along with a 750ml High5 bottle with energy gels and bars.
- New Registerations on Sunday are welcome from 7am at Midleton GAA HQ. We have 250 Event Jerseys spare now and these will be on first come/first serve basis from 7am on Sunday for new riders who are only registering before the event.
- New Registerations are 40euro for 50km route and 50euro for 100km and 160km routes. We also have a 750ml cycling bottle full of energy gels and tablets from High5 for all who enter on these routes. Family Run is free.
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WHAT IS THE TOUR DE CURE 2013 - SUNDAY MAY 12TH
INFORMATION FOR EVENT--------------------------
New Registrations: You can now register for the event on the day from Sunday morning after 7am > and event jerseys in a small quantity (250) are still available but will be given out on a first new registered, first served basis. (this is the best we can do if you did not register before our advertised closing date. Entry on the day is now 40euro for 50km, and 50euero for the 100km and 160km routes.) We have a 750ml High5 bottle full of energy gels and tablets for all who enter.
Pre-Registered Entrants: Please sign in, from Sunday after 7am > and collect your event jersey (in the size you ordered) and other goodies. We have put the size you wanted away and it will be waiting for you. Registration areas will be by first letter in your Surname and by route selected. (A-E 50km, A-E 100km etc)
Note: We will take any donations, sponsorship cards or change in your pocket that you have left over as we will have buckets from the charities in the Sign On Hall available on the Sign On Tablets. Event HQ is Midleton GAA Hall and this is located off the Mill Road, Midleton. Parking will be sign posted and is off the Mill Road also. Do not park by GAA Hall as this is the finishing area and start Point.
** Be careful on the road, have a fun day and please obey the rules of the road. Do not cut corners or take corners on the wrong side. We have marked the roads as best as we can so help others by pointing or shouting when seeing danger. **
Care and attention is needed 2km before Ballymacarby when heading for the first firststop, road works may force riders to dismount for a period. Care and attention is also needed at Youghal by Perks Corner where roadworks may force riders to dismount for a short period.
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History: The 'STEPHEN ROCHE TOUR DE CURE' is a ride for hope, known by many as one of the best Cycling Sportifs in the country, on May 12th 2013, it will be 5 yrs old. This cycling leisure/sportif event has had over 5,500 participants since 2009, has raised over 140,000 euro for specific partner charities and counts amongst other sporting greats, Stephen Roche has its ambassador and supporter.
Check out our Event Jerseys below.
CHECK OUT 2012's VIDEO OF THE SR TOUR DE CURE.
The TOUR DE CURE leisure routes offer 4 distances/courses which have been specifically selected (see them here) and these loop through the beautiful East Cork, Waterford and South Tipperary Counties. The distances vary from 165KM, 100KM, 50KM and 15 KM so there is a cycle route for every leisure cyclist at whatever level you are.
Over 50 volunteers help run the event.