Brett Kassing is the Committee Chair for the Utah Tour de Cure and explains the benefits, as well as how to get involved.
With your help we will do it 1,400 RIDERS and $400,000 FOR THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION and research, education and advocacy!
Whether you are a first-time rider or an avid cyclist, we have a route that is perfect for you. The family fun ride circles Rees Pioneer Park and if you need a longer challenge, pedal 25, 69, or 104 miles. The century route takes you to the Golden Spike Monument through the Bear River Bird Refuge. All of the routes feature full-service rest stops with refreshments, mechanical supports, restrooms, and medical teams. When you cross the finish at the park, a scrumptious lunch, a health & wellness village, swimming pool, massage therapy, music and entertainment await you.
If you have diabetes, you can be a Red Rider and become a hero. On the day of the ride, you will be recognized as an official Red Rider and receive a free jersey. Come make a difference in the fight against diabetes at the Tour de Cure Utah, voted one of Utah’s best rides!
The Tour de Cure is also looking for help in ways other than just riders. Volunteers are needed for the day’s event. And financial help is always welcome as the ride has a goal of raising $400,000.
In order to get more information on how to ride, volunteer, or support the efforts, you can visit www.diabetes.org/utahtourdecure