More Than 200 Veterans Will Ride

More Than 200 Veterans Will Ride

Upland – More than 200 military veterans are preparing to ride for free in one of California’s biggest bicycling events. The annual Tour de Foothills will be held Saturday, November 9, 2019, just days before Veteran’s Day.

Overall, more than 1,000 cyclists will participate in four separate events which also features a contingent of para-cyclists, including several who hope to qualify for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Past Paralympian and current U.S. Nation A Team member Jenna Rollman from the Challenged Athletic Foundation is scheduled to participate. 

To secure early check-in the night before or for more information, call (909) 204-4465 or visit http://www.tourdefoothills.com by Nov. 1. Same-day registration also is available.

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