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Thursday, February 14, 2013
DFW Diabetes and Exercise group
Team Red Tour de Cure TRAINING RIDE Saturday 2/16 @ Frisco
a reminder, we have a Tour de Cure
Training Ride THIS SATURDAY February 16th at 2:30 PM at the Frisco Superdrome,
9700 Wade Boulevard, Frisco, TX 75035.
To get there, take the Dallas North Tollway to Lebanon Rd., exist east,
and take Lebanon to Ohio, which will be a left turn. Ohio runs into Wade, which
is on your left. The Superdrome is on the grounds of Collin County Community
will ride whatever distance the bulk of you feel comfortable attempting, but the
plan is to ride 35-45 miles depending on speed, and to get back to the start
still time to take the rider survey. Make sure
your voice is heard.
forget to register for the Tour de
Cure. Pick the DFW event and please pick Team Red.
If you don't, though, you can still ride with us! Just bring your bike and let's
this will be the third Saturday, and that's often when we do runs at Chisholm
Trail Park, we'll skip Chisholm Trail this time. Just ping me (Don Muchow) if
you want to run some time; I know great trails in the Dallas-Richardson-Plano
Cowtown Marathon, Half
Marathon, and Ultra are 2/24. Don't forget to register. Three people from are
group are already running Cowtown, so let's make it a few
your TEAM RED cycling
gear from Primalware! You look good in
Spandex, you really do. And you will look faster as you ride with us on August
3rd at the Tour de Cure.
Diabetes and Exercise cycling jerseys are also available:http://bit.ly/dfwbike (these run a bit small).
DFWD&E logo T-shirts are here:http://bit.ly/wecanwedo (they run a bit large). Or
if you want to sport some swagger, check out these other items, including the
popular "I'm not type 1, I'm type 13.1" and "Hey, look at the diabetic
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