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Diabetes association’s Valero Tour de Cure

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April 30, 2014 | 4,264 views | Post a comment

Be a part of the Stop Diabetes movement at the American Diabetes Association’s Valero Tour de Cure San Antonio, leaving from Retama Park on Saturday, May 10.

The ride will offer routes from 1 to 100 miles for all levels of cycling experience featuring fully supported and safe, family-friendly routes that showcase the most scenic areas of the Texas region.

Registration is $25 with a fund-raising minimum of $200 for adults and $50 for children 14 and under. Each rider who raises the required $200 minimum will receive a commemorative T-shirt. All proceeds go toward the fight to stop diabetes.

For more information or to register, visit or call 210-829-1765, ext. 6123.

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