Fall Tour De St. George

3rd week, Saturday, October

http://ridesouthernutah.com/

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Cost

High

Registration Convenience

Easy

Accommodation Convenience

Convenient

Website Information

Average

Parking Convenience

Convenient

Ride options

Several rides

Route Sheets & markings

Good route sheets and well marked

Food at rest stops & finish

Good selection

SAG Support

Little support

Road Quality & Scenery

Excellent roads and scenery

Course Safety

Some danger, 45+mph low traffic

Staff Friendliness

Well staffed, friendly, courteous

Overall Enjoyment

Fun ride

Perks

Minimal Schwags, poor start/finish

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    Every cyclist knows two things are necessary to truly experience the beauty of a region: your bike, and your friends. The Tour de Saint George is your opportunity to have a truly amazing experience on your bike, with your friends—while marveling at the beauty that is Southern Utah.

    In other areas of our country, October gets cold as the riding season wraps up. However, fall in our area is perfect for riding! When you ride the fall Tour de Saint George, you’ll be greeted by mild temperatures. Saint George comes alive with the whisper of rubber-on-road as cyclists wind through colorful streets and skirt the pastel waves of Utah’s southern desert. 35, 75, and 100-mile ride options all have breathtaking scenery.

    And get this: not only will you ride in good temps, not only will you get to ride with friends, not only will the Tour be a great way to finish out your season, not only will you do something good for yourself, but you will also get to do something good for people in our community.

    This year, Red Rock Bicycle is partnering with Switchpoint, Saint George’s Community Resource Center, in “Breaking the Cycles of Homelessness”. Switchpoint provides a stepping stone to independence for our area’s currently-homeless population. Feel good about riding toward your distance goal while riding towards Red Rock Bicycle’s and Switchpoint’s goal of raising $45,000. As a rider, you have the opportunity to kick some serious Spandex-clad-chamois-cushioned booty while helping Switchpoint and the families that need some extra help.

    Cost

    High

    Registration convenience

    Easy

    Accommodation Convenience

    Average

    Website Information

    Convenient

    Parking Convenience

    Convenient

    Ride options

    Several Rides

    Route Sheets & markings

    Good route sheets and well marked

    Food at rest stops & finish

    Good selection

    SAG Support

    Little support

    Road Quality & Scenery

    Excellent roads and scenery

    Course Safety

    Some danger, 45+mph low traffic

    Staff Friendliness

    Well staffed, friendly, courteous

    Overall Enjoyment

    Fun Ride

    Perks

    Minimal Schwags, poor start/finish

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