Cyclists Ready for 2015 Tour Of Guam

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“We encourage cyclists of all levels who have been thinking of joining the Tour of Guam this weekend to sign up beforemidnight on Nov. 11,” 

(TuesdayNovember 10, 2015 – TUMON, GUAM) – Registration for the 7th Annual Tour of Guam ends Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015 before midnight.  Tour of Guam is Guam’s most prestigious cycling event for age group racers and visitors.  This year’s event is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, and will start and end at the Ada’s Capitol Plaza in Hagatna.  Interested participants can register online at tourofguam.com or at the Pacific Islands Club’s front desk.

 

“We encourage cyclists of all levels who have been thinking of joining the Tour of Guam this weekend to sign up beforemidnight on Nov. 11,” said Ben Ferguson, President of the Guam Cycling Federation. “We have many returning participants  avid local cyclists and groups of international participants  from last year’s Tour of Guam joining us again this year.”

 

Tour of Guam offers cyclists two event segments.  The first segment is the competitive race, which serves as the annual National Championship of Guam’s cycling athletes. The second segment is the leisure non-competitive touring ride of Southern and Central Guam. Both the competitive and the leisure segments offer cyclists the option of a challenging 105 km long course or a comfortable 42 km short course. 

 

All participants will enjoy riding on the southern and central roads of Guam while taking in scenic vistas of beautiful reefs and seas and breathtaking mountain and valley landscapes along the way.

 

For those who have already registered, a mandatory packet pick-up is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 14 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Guam Visitors Bureau in Tumon.

 

The Guam Cycling Federation (GCF) would like to thank its partners and sponsors – Guam Visitors Bureau, TakeCare, Pacific Islands Club, Ada’s Trust and Investment Inc. and Powerade/Fruita+ – for their support of Tour of Guamone of the island’s premiere cycling events that attracts visitors to Guam