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2009 Tour de Peninsula (“TdP”) Recreational Bicycle Ride

WHAT: 2009 Tour de Peninsula (“TdP”) Recreational Bicycle Ride
WHEN: Sunday, August 2, 2009, 8 am
WHERE: Start/finish at Coyote Point, San Mateo , California
WHY: Enjoy a day of cycling and outdoor fun with family and friends.  Proceeds benefit San Mateo County Parks and Bicycle Sunday - car free biking on Canada Road
INFO: www.supportparks.org,

Everybody is invited to take part in one of Northern California’s most fun recreational bicycle rides and family social gatherings – the Tour de Peninsula – starting and finishing in scenic Coyote Point Park fronting the San Francisco Bay in San Mateo .  Founded 18 years ago, the TdP is a perennial highlight of the Bay Area's recreational social calendar, offering a variety of routes in some of the Bay Area's finest cycling locations to suit everyone from young children and first time riders to serious cyclists.  During and after the ride, family fun activities take place in the park, with a children’s playground, barbecuing, picnics and no doubt much lively conversation.  Proceeds benefit San Mateo County Parks and Bicycle Sunday - car free biking on Canada Road .  

Route Options
Young Kids and Family Loops within Coyote Point Park – 1 to 3 miles
Short Route – 21 miles
Long Route – 33 miles
Metric Century – approximately 65 miles

Registration
12-under Free, 13-16 yrs @ $20, 17-over @ $40 (includes t-shirt & musette bag)
To register, visit www.supportparks.org then click on the TdP logo. 

General Enquiries
Contact: tdp@supportparks.org, 650-321-1638

Media Enquiries
Contact Paul Skilbeck: pskilbeck@o2sm.com, 415-359-0730

To Volunteer
Visit www.supportparks.org, or call 650-321-5812

INFO: www.supportparks.org

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