Tour Latino Feb 19, 2017
6:30 a.m. Registration begins
7:00 a.m. Sponsor Exhibits Open
7:15 a.m. Event kick-off at Start/Finish Line
7:30 a.m. 100-mile Route Begins
8:00 a.m. 60-mile Route Begins
9:00 a.m. 25-mile Route Begins
10:00 a.m. 10-mile Route Begins
11:00 a.m. Lunch Begins for Event Cyclists
12:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony Begins
2:00 p.m. Event & Exhibits End
Q/ Is the jersey included in the registration fee?
A/ The registration fee includes the ride, lunch, a gift bag with sponsor items, and a T-shirt. The jersey price is $70 and if you’d like to purchase it you can do so during the online registration.
Q/ How can I buy the 2017 Tour Latino jersey?
A/ You can purchase the jersey on the online registration site for $70 each: https://raceroster.com/events/2016/6325/tour-latino
Q/ Are team/group discounts available?
A/ Groups of 10 people or more can contact Prospera for details on special group discounts: 407-413-8564
Q/ Will there be support stations for all routes?
A/ Yes, riders on all routes will pass by SAG stops:
10-mile route: 1 time
25-mile route: 2 times
50-mile route: 3 times
68-mile route: 3 times
100-mile route: 4 times
Q/ Is there a maximum time to finish the ride?
A/ All rides will end at 2:00 p.m. so any riders who haven’t returned to the finish line can be picked up by event support vehicles at that time.
Q/ Will there be medals for winners?
A/ Two sections will be timed on the 60 and 100-mile routes. Medals will be presented during the afternoon awards program to the three cyclists in each age category per gender with the fastest times for the two combined sections.
Q/ Will the sections to be timed be marked on the routes and/or cue sheets?
A/ Yes, locations will be noted on the cue sheets and online.
Q/ What is the packet pick-up schedule?
A/Thrusday – Prospera Office 12-5pm –
Saturday – Davids World Cycle- 10am-3pm
Q/ What is the registration deadline?
A/ Online registration ends on Friday, February 19 at 5:00 p.m. People can register in person at the packet pick-up locations/times or on the day of the event until 20 minutes before their ride begins.
Q/ Will there be ride captains for all routes?
A/ There will be ride captains for the 25 and 60-mile routes.
Q/ How will cyclists know the routes?
A/ Routes will be marked with arrows on the road and lawn signs along each route. Riders will also receive a cue sheet for their selected route during packet pick-up and can access the routes on the event site athttp://www.topviewsports.com/tourlatino/course/. The maps can be downloaded before the event date to the Ride with GPS smart phone application.
Q/ Will all the routes have hills?
A/ Yes. Given Lake County’s hilly terrain, all routes include hills, although the routes become increasingly challenging in length and hill inclination as they become longer.
2017 Tour Latino Jersey