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					                                    League of American Bicyclists
                                  2007 National Bike Rally




Hi! Welcome to the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) Registration & Information
   Pages on the 2007 National Bicycle Rally. At this time, we are not able to offer you
on-line registration for the 2007 Rally; however, you may download an application now
and snail mail it with appropriate fees to the League; or wait until July 20th and you will
be able to register online. In the meantime, we are providing you with all the information
   about this year’s National Rally. If you’d like to take advantage of early snail mail
      registration, read all of the information presented here and then download the
                          application in Section #14 and mail to:.
                            2007 El Tour-LAB National Bike Rally
                              c/o League of American Bicyclists
                                 1612 K Street NW, Suite 800
                                   Washington, D.C 20006


Seven Easy Steps to Rally Registration
Step #1:    Read Section #1! What is the National Bike Rally?
Step #2:    Call the Rally’s Official Hotel A.S.A.P. to reserve your hotel room – see Section #11.
            Please note: El Tour is expecting 10,000 cyclists this year. Hotels will fill fast.
            Reserve hotel rooms now to ensure reservation!!!
Step #3:    Complete application in Section #14.
Step #4:    Mail application and fees to address listed above.
Step #5:    You will receive a welcome e-mail from LAB-El Tour confirming your registration within two
            weeks of receipt of your application and fees.
Step #6:    If you prefer on-line registration, go to www.bikeleague.org on July 20.
Step #7:    Have fun!

To simplify registration, El Tour-LAB Officials divided the 2007 Rally information into 14 sections. We
highly advise you read each section before you complete your application. If you have any questions,
e-mail National Rally Director, Elaine Mariolle, at rally@perimeterbicycling.com.



                               Sections are presented on next page.
Section #1:     What is the National Bike Rally?
Section #2      League of American Bicyclists (LAB)
Section #3:     El Tour de Tucson
Section #4:     Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, Inc
Section #5      What is a Dedication Recipient and Dedication Dinner?
Section #6:     Six (6) Rally Tours on Thursday & Friday
Section #7:     Rally Benefits
Section #8:     El Tour Golf Classic
Section #9:     Schedule of Activities
Section #10:    Fees & Packages
Section #11:    Travel Services: Hotel, Lodging, Camping, Car Rental, etc.
Section #12:    Contact Info & Director of El Tour-LAB National Bike Rally
Section #13:    Tu Nidito Children & Family Services
Section #14:    Application



Section #1: What is the National Bike Rally?
The National Bike Rally is the official annual cycling event of the League of American
Bicyclists, held in conjunction with a nationally-recognized event. This year, the 25th
El Tour de Tucson, America’s largest perimeter bicycling event, is selected as the 2007
National Bike Rally.

The Rally consists of 3 days of fully-supported bicycling activities including (a) entrance
into any one of El Tour de Tucson’s main events: 109, 82, 66, 35 miles or Kids & Family
Fun Ride on Saturday, November 17th; and (b) a choice of riding in any two different
Rally tours (one on Thursday and one on Friday) which feature the scenic and cultural
attractions of Tucson and Pima County, while showcasing our community as the League
of American Bicyclists (LAB) first Gold Bicycle Friendly Region. Attendees have the
opportunity to participate in the many El Tour activities, including: Wellness Conference,
El Tour Bike, Fitness & Health EXPO, Golf Classic, Dedication Dinner, Grand Cycling
Awards Ceremony, Downtown Fiesta, Orientation Meetings, Rally Pre-Ride Dinner and
Closing ceremony on Saturday evening – see Section #8 for “Schedule of Activities”.




               Sections #2 & #3: League of American Bicyclists (LAB) and
                            El Tour de Tucson on next page
Section #2: League of American Bicyclists (LAB)
The League is the national advocacy organization representing the interests of the
country’s 57 million cyclists. LAB promotes bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation
and works through advocacy and education for a bicycle-friendly America.
The League was founded as the League of American Wheelmen in 1880. Bicyclists, then
known as “wheelmen”, were challenged by rutted roads of gravel and dirt and faced
antagonism from horsemen, wagon drivers, and pedestrians. In an effort to improve
riding so they might better enjoy their newly discovered sport, more than 100,000 cyclists
from across the United States joined the League to advocate for paved roads. The success
of the League in its first advocacy efforts ultimately led to our national highway system.



                                                    www.bikeleague.org




Section #3: First Magnus 25th El Tour de Tucson
            presented by Diamond Ventures
Founded in 1983, El Tour began with 198 cyclists, raising $4,500 for the American
Diabetes Association and has grown into America’s largest perimeter bicycling event
with an expected attendance this year of 10,000 cyclists, raising more than $20 million
for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Tu Nidito Children and Family Services,
American Parkinsons Disease Association, Water For People and 20-25 other Perimeter
Charities.
El Tour has evolved from a 1-day cycling event to a multi-day, integrated health and
fitness extravaganza. El Tour events include: Bike, Health & Fitness Expo; El Tour
Wellness Conference; El Tour Golf Classic; El Tour Dedication Dinner; and El Tour
Downtown Fiesta, featuring live music, massage, food booths, a climbing wall, evening
Fire Dance show and many other attractions for riders and their family and friends. On
El Tour Day, always the Saturday before Thanksgiving, cyclists may choose from four
distance options (109, 82, 66 or 35 miles), or the Kids and Family Fun Rides (1/4 or
4 miles).
Celebrating 25 years, El Tour de Tucson has adopted “cycling in pursuit of wellness” as
its theme. National Rally participants are invited to participate in the 5th Annual El Tour
Wellness Conference, which runs Thursday and Friday, noon to 6 pm and features
engaging, one-hour seminars and clinics that demonstrate the benefits of a healthy life-
style on physical and mental well-being.
El Tour de Tucson is a production of and sanctioned by Perimeter Bicycling Association
of America, Inc.

        Sections #4 & #5: Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, Inc. and
           Dedication Dinner Recipients , Dedication Dinner on next page
Section #4: Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, Inc.,
is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax exempt organization responsible for the production and
promotion of four major perimeter bicycling events: El Tour de Tucson, Tour of Tucson
Mountains, El Tour de Phoenix and Cochise County Cycling Classic.
Each Perimeter Bicycling event raises funds for non-profit, charitable agencies. Since its
inception in 1986, Perimeter Bicycling has helped raise more than $40 million for local
and national charitable organizations.
Perimeter Bicycling publishes Tail Winds, a bi-monthly newspaper, and the annual
Perimeter Bicycling Journal. Perimeter Bicycling is also a membership organization
that sanctions world records in perimeter cycling and documents the perimeter
accomplishments of its members. All records and accomplishments are updated on an
annual basis in the Perimeter Bicycling Journal.
Perimeter Bicycling is dedicated to making Tucson a premier wellness community as
well as the most bicycle-friendly. In 2006, the League of American Bicyclists awarded
Tucson/Pima Eastern Region, AZ, gold status as a Bicycle Friendly Community, up-
graded from silver in 2004. Perimeter Bicycling along with volunteers and staff from the
City of Tucson and Pima County continue to work together as a Platinum Challenge
Steering Committee to garner top honors.
For more information on Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, Inc., visit our
website: www.perimeterbicycling.com.




Section #5: Dedication Recipient & Dinner
Each year El Tour honors someone on the national or international level who has made a
significant contribution to the development of bicycling and/or to the world of wellness.
This honoree is given the title of Dedication Recipient, the highest honor one can receive
from El Tour. Previous Dedication Recipients include: Lance Armstrong, 7-time winner
of Tour de France and cancer survivor; Greg LeMond, the greatest American cyclist of
the 20th century; the legendary Jeannie Longo, the most incredible woman cyclist who
ever lived; Greg Hockensmith, world champion hand cyclist; and Dr. Richard
Carmona, 17th Surgeon General of United States. The Dedication Recipient is an-
nounced in June. A dinner honoring the Dedication Recipient is held on El Tour Thurs-
day prior to El Tour Ride Day. Rally participants receive a complimentary dinner ticket to
this dinner of “stars”.
                        Section #6: Six Rally Tours on next page
Section #6: Six Rally Tours
Rally Tours: In addition to riding in El Tour de Tucson on Saturday, rally participants
may choose among the six scenic and cultural tours offered on Thursday and Friday.
Tour Options 1-5 are available Thursday and Friday. The Mt. Lemmon Challenge,
available only on Thursday. All rides include: route map, ride leaders, light SAG
support and optional box lunch to go. All rides start and end at El Tour’s Starting Line in
downtown Tucson located on the west side of the Tucson Convention Center.

(1) San Xavier del Bac Mission: 30-mile tour to one of the finest examples of 18th century
mission architecture in the Southwest. San Xavier, located on the Tohono O’odham Reservation,
is an active parish. Visitors are welcome, and are asked to be respectful if a service in progress. A
self-guided tour is available, a gift shop, arts and crafts shop, with nearby cafes.

(2) Pima Air & Space Museum: 40-mile ride and tour of the largest aviation and space museum
west of the Rockies. See over 250 aircraft, and exhibits from the Wright Brothers to space travel.
Admission of $13.50 is included in Rally fee. Allow 1.5 hours for walking tour. Enjoy a box lunch
picnic outside the museum.

(3) Saguaro National Park East: 60-mile ride includes the 8-mile Cactus Forest Loop around
the park. The giant saguaro cactus is one of the iconic symbols of the American Southwest. And
yet, these majestic plants are found in a small region of the United States. Saguaro National Park
protects some of the most impressive forests of these sub-tropical giants, on the edge of the
modern City of Tucson. Rally box lunch available or lunch on your own at nearby cafes.

(4) Sabino Canyon Bike & Hike: 50-mile ride to Tucson scenic gem for an optional hike up the
canyon along Sabino Creek. Maximum hike distance is 7 miles round-trip; hike as much or as
little as you like. Support staff will transport Rally box lunches and watch bikes while you hike
and picnic along Sabino Creek. Bring comfortable shoes or have recessed cleats for walking.

(5) Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: Hilly 55-mile bike and tour of world-renowned zoo,
natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one. The museum offers interpretive displays
of living animals and plants native to the Sonoran Desert – an arid region encompassing parts of
Arizona and California in the United States and the Mexican states of Sonora and Baja California.
Admission of $12 is included in Rally fee. Allow 2 to 3 hours for walking tour. Support staff will
bring Rally box lunches or you may purchase lunch on your own at the museum (snack bar to
excellent restaurant).

(6) Mt. Lemmon Challenge - Thursday Only: Distance is 30 to 70 miles,
depending on how far you climb! This 7,000-ft ascent from the desert floor to
pine and aspen forest is a popular ride among recreational and racing cyclists
alike, and was one of Lance Armstrong’s favorite Tour de France training
grounds. We’ll shuttle riders and their bikes from the El Tour Expo at 10:30 am
sharp, to the start/finish of our ride, approximately 5 miles from the beginning
of the 27- mile climb to the top. Bring low gears and warm clothes as it can get
cold at the top (9,157 feet). Enjoy either rally box lunch, or you may purchase
lunch on own at either the shuttle start/finish or on Mt. Lemmon at one of the
several cafes and restaurants in Summerhaven or Ski Valley at the top. There is
excellent homemade pie at the Mt. Lemmon Café!

                         Section #7: Rally Benefits on next page
Section #7: Benefits: National Rally Registration includes
•   Two days of supported rides (Thursday & Friday) with route sheets, ride leaders
    and a box lunch
•   Entry into 25th El Tour de Tucson on Saturday (Events: 109, 82, 66, 35 or Family Fun
    Ride) with full event benefits
•   Medallion upon completion of your El Tour event
•   Event T-shirt
•   Ticket to Desert Museum
•   Ticket to Pima Air Museum
•   Dinner on Thursday evening at El Tour Dedication Dinner
•   Dinner on Friday evening at National Bike Rally Dinner
•   Complimentary entry into any one or more of Wellness Conference Seminars
    held on Thursday or Friday between noon and 6 pm

Section #8: El Tour Golf Classic
El Tour’s annual Golf Classic is held on the Friday before El Tour Day and is held at
one of Tucson’s scenic golf resorts. Presently, selection of this year’s golf site is
forthcoming. Last year’s El Tour Golf Classic was held at Arizona National located in
the foothills of the Catalina Mountains.
Registration includes: greens fee, golf with cart, buffet lunch, awards ceremony, wel-
come package, unlimited range balls, tournament shirt and more. Golf Classic is limited
to 144 players with a shotgun start at 7:30 am. An additional fee of $150 per person is
required to be part of the Golf Classic. Proceeds from the Classic go to Tu Nidito
Children & Family Services, one of the beneficiaries of El Tour de Tucson.
All Golf participants are responsible for their own transportation to the Golf Classic by
6:30 am for Registration & Practice.




                                     League of American Bicyclists
                                     2007 National Bike Rally




Section # 9: El Tour National Rally Schedule of Activities
El Tour Wednesday, Nov 14, 2007                                      Location
All Day               National Bike Rally participants arrive        Tucson, Arizona

4:00 pm – 9:00 pm     El Tour Expo Open – check-in with LAB          Tucson Convention
                                                                     Center
                                                                     Downtown Tucson

5:00 pm – 9:00 pm     Dinner on Your Own                             Downtown Tucson
                      (restaurant list & map to be provided)

             Section #9: Rally Schedule of Activities – continued on next page
Section #9: Rally Schedule of Activities – continued ….
El Tour Thursday, Nov 15, 2007                                             Location
6:00 am – 8:00 am     Breakfast on your own                                Downtown Tucson
                      (restaurant list & map to be provided)

8:00 am – 9:00 am     Rally check-in                                       Tucson Convention Center

9:00 am – 10:00 am    Welcome & El Tour Orientation                        Tucson Convention Center

10:30 am – 4:30 pm Bike Rally Tour (choose one of six tour options Tucson Convention Center
                      described in Rally Tour Section)                     El Tour Start Line

Noon – 5:00 pm        Wellness Conference and/or EXPO                      Tucson Convention Center
                      Rally cyclists completing tours prior to 2:00 pm     Downtown Tucson
                       may attend any of the El Tour Wellness Conference   El Tour EXPO
                      seminars beginning every hour on the hour from       TCC Lower Level –
                      noon through 5:00 pm daily or visit El Tour Expo     Halls B & C
                      to pick up El Tour Rider Packet

6:30 pm – 7:15 pm     El Tour Dedication Dinner and                        Tucson Convention Center
                      No-host Celebrity Cocktail Hour                      Grand Ballroom
                      honoring (to be announced)

7:15 pm – 9:15 pm     El Tour Dedication Dinner                            Tucson Convention Center
                                                                           Grand Ballroom


El Tour Friday – Nov 16, 2007                                              Location
6:00 am – 8:00 am     Breakfast on your own                                Downtown Tucson
                      (restaurant list & map to be provided)
7:00 am – 12:00 pm Optional El Tour Golf Classic                           Course to be announced

8:00 am – 2:00 pm     Bike Rally Tour (choose one of six tour options Tucson Convention Center
                      described in Rally Tour Section)                El Tour Start Line

Noon – 5:00 pm        Wellness Conference and/or EXPO                      Tucson Convention Center
                      Rally cyclists completing tours prior to 2:00 pm     Downtown Tucson
                       may attend any of the El Tour Wellness Conference   El Tour EXPO
                      seminars beginning every hour on the hour from       TCC Lower Level –
                      noon through 5:00 pm daily or visit El Tour Expo     Halls B & C
                      to pick up El Tour Rider Packet

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm     El Tour Celebrity Speaker                            Tucson Convention Center
                      is the 2007 El Tour Dedication Recipient             El Tour EXPO
                      who will be announced in June                        Beer Garden

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm     League’s National Rally El Tour Dinner Tucson Convention Center
                                                             Grand Ballroom

           Section #9: Rally Schedule of Activities – continued on next page
Section #9: Rally Schedule of Activities – continued ….
Saturday, El Tour Day – Nov 17, 2007                                   Location
5:00 am – 6:30 am     Line up for 109-mile El Tour                     Downtown Tucson
                                                                       Congress & Granada
6:30 am – 6:40 am     El Tour Light Show by Tu Nidito                  ”        ”        ”
                      Children & Family Services
6:40 am – 6:45 am     El Tour Blessing by Native Americans             ”        ”        ”
                      of Tucson/Pima County, Arizona
6:50 am – 6:55 am     National Anthem                                  ”        ”        ”
6:59 am – 7:00 am     El Tour Bell Program by Ben’s Bells              ”        ”        ”
7:00 am                          th
                      Start of 25 El Tour de Tucson 109-mile event     ”        ”        ”
9:00 am               Start of Kids & Family Fun Ride                  ”        ”        ”
9:00 am               Start of 82-mile El Tour event                   Pima College East
                      (approximately 20 miles away from Finish Line)   Irvington, west of Houghton

10:30 am              Start of 66-mile El Tour event                   Sabino Canyon Road and
                      (approximately 20 miles away from Finish Line)   Tanque Verde

11:00 am – 6:00 pm    Bike Rally Hospitality Area Open                 El Tour Downtown Fiesta
                                                                       El Tour Finish Area in
                                                                       Downtown Tucson
11:15 am              First 109-mile finisher expected                 ”     ”      ”
12:30 pm              Start of 35-mile El Tour event                   Town of Oro Valley
                      (35 miles away from Finish Line)                 Ironwood Ridge High School

1:00 pm – 6:00 pm     El Tour Grand Cycling Awards –                   Downtown Tucson
                      presentations every 30 min. at Finish Line in    El Tour Finish Area
                      Downtown Fiesta Area – Awards Program to
                      be provided)
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm     Dinner on your own                               Throughout Tucson
                      (restaurant list & map provided)

6:30 pm – 7:30 pm     El Tour Day Closing Ceremony:                    El Tour Downtown Fiesta
                      Bicycle Fire Show by Flam Chen Fire Dancers      Downtown Tucson
                                                                       El Tour Finish Area


Sunday, November 18, 2007                                         Location
All Day           National Bike Rally participants leave for home

6:00 am – 10:00 am    Breakfast on your own                            Downtown Tucson
                      (restaurant list & map provided)

10:00 am – 10:30 am   El Tour Celebration of Life Ceremony             Downtown Tucson
                                                                       El Tour’s Start Line




                              Section #10: Fees – next page
Section #10: Fees & Packages (All listed fees are per person)
Family and friends of Rally participants are welcome and may ride in El Tour, attend
event dinners and join in all El Tour activities. Special guest packages and youth rates
(for cyclists 14 & under) have been developed so Rally guests can attend specific El Tour
activities without having to pay the complete Rally package price. All packages are listed
below.

Youth Discount: Rally Registrants bringing cyclists 14 & under may deduct $60 per youth
Youth Discount: cyclist for Packages A, B, C & D only


Package A: LAB members                       $300   Receive all Rally Benefits
Package B: Non-LAB members                   $350   Receive all Rally Benefits

Package C: Guest of Rally member             $150   Receive entrance into El Tour de
                                                    Tucson and Thursday & Friday
                                                    Night Dinners
Package D: Guest of Rally member             $85    Entrance into El Tour de Tucson only
Package E: Guest of Rally member             $65    Thursday & Friday Night
                                                    Dinners only

Package F: Optional -                        $150   Includes all Golf Benefits
           El Tour Golf Classic
           on Friday

Late Fee after November 1, 2007              $50


Notes: (a)     Rally participants are responsible for making their own housing
               accommodations. Hotel fees and accommodations are not part of the
               2007 Rally package.Official Rally hotel information is listed below.

       (b)     The following meals are provided in the package: Thursday and Friday
               night dinners and “box” lunches on Thursday and Friday. All other meals
               are the responsibility of each participant. A list of restaurants will be
               provided. If staying at the official Rally hotel, Inn Suites, a
               complimentary full breakfast is included as part of your hotel package
               each day.



       Section #11: Housing & Travel Accommodations in Tucson – next page
Section #11: Housing & Travel Accommodations in Tucson
(A) Official Rally Hotel: Inn Suites (approximately ½-mile from El Tour Expo, Rally
                                     Headquarters & Start-Finish Area)

             Rates: Single/Double          1$89 plus tax
                    Suite                  $109 plus tax
                    Jacuzzi Suite          $129 plus tax

              Rates Include:        Full breakfast each day of stay, including El Tour
                                    morning.

              For Reservations:     Call 1-520-622 3000 in Tucson to receive special
                                    El Tour rate. You must let the reservationist know
                                    that you are an El Tour cyclist.

              Alert!!!!             Because this is the 25th El Tour, all hotels are
                                    expected to fill early. Book your reservations
                                    immediately!! Once this hotel fills, you will
                                    be directed to another hotel which will be
                                    approximately 1-2 miles away from Start/Finish
                                    area.

(B) Camping:
   • Catalina State Park (approx. 20 miles from El Tour Start/Finish)
   • Gilbert Ray Campgrounds (approx. 12 miles from El Tour Start/Finish)

(C) RV Accomodations:
   • Prince of Tucson RV Park
     3501 N. Freeway, (520) 887-3501 (approx. 5 miles from El Tour Start/Finish area)

(D) Car Rental:
                              Enterprise Rent-A-Car
                         the Official Rental Car of El Tour
                              Great Cars, Low Rates
               Call 1-800-RENT-A-CAR (National Reservation Desk)
                                         or
                 1-800-624-9384 (Tucson Corporate Reservations)
                                       and use
           El Tour’s code: 2793046 for your special rate El Tour Savings!




  Section #12: Questions, Contact Info & Chair of El Tour-LAB National Bike Rally
                                    on next page
Section #12: Questions, Contact Info & Chair of
             El Tour-LAB National Bike Rally
             For questions on National Bicycle Rally and El Tour de Tucson,
               contact Elaine Mariolle, Chair, National Rally Committee,
                             rally@perimeterbicycling.com

Elaine Mariolle, inducted into the Ultra Cycling Hall of Fame in 2006, will chair the
2007 National Bicycle Rally held in conjunction with the 2007 El Tour de Tucson in
November.

“Elaine was selected from a pool of educators and cyclists with national experience
because she’s perfect for the job,” said Richard DeBernardis, president of Perimeter
Bicycling. “Not only is she currently working on her PhD in Geography at the University
of Arizona, but she also has numerous American and international credits, from placing
first in the Race Across America in 1986 to cycling through the former Soviet Union in
1989, across Australia (1992) and in parts of South Africa. She placed second overall in
the oldest bicycling event in the world, Paris-Brest-Paris, in 1991.”

Mariolle’s other accomplishments include co-authoring The Woman Cyclist, editing
Perimeter Journal; and writing for Tail Winds. She is a three-time finisher of Race Across
America, rode Alaska’s Iditabike, one of the most grueling races in America, and has
summited Mt Fuji. She was the 1986 El Tour Woman of the Year and the 1988
El Tour de Tucson Dedication Recipient.


Section #13: Tu Nidito Children & Family Services
One of the beneficiaries of El Tour is Tu Nidito Children & Family Services, a Tucson,
Arizona 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, which provides individual, family and group
support through emotional, educational, social and spiritual services to children and their
families as they deal with serious illness and death. $10 of the Rally Fee is contributed
to Tu Nidito as a recipient (a beneficiary) of the proceeds from El Tour. For more
information on Tu Nidito:

                      Phone: (520) 322-9155
                      Fax 520-321-0831
                      tunidito@tunidito.org
                      Address: 3922 N. Mountain Ave., Tucson, AZ 85719 USA
                      Website: www.tunidito.org


                    Section #14: Bike Rally Application – next page
Section #14: 2007 El Tour-LAB National Bike Rally Application
                  ……………ONE APPLICATION PER PERSON …………..
    Please download this form (2 pages) and mail to: El Tour-LAB National Bike Rally
   Complete this application for each person in your party (members, guests, children, etc.)

         Instructions: Mail completed application(s) and all fees to:
                               2007 El Tour LAB National Bike Rally
                                  c/o League of American Bicyclists
                         1612 K Street NW, Suite 800, Washington, D.C 20006

Name ____________________________________________ Birth Date ________________________

Address __________________________________________ Home Phone _______________________

City ________________________State ______ Zip _______ Cell Phone ________________________

E-mail address _____________________________________ Shirt Size (circle one): S M L XL XXL

Emergency Contact _________________________________ Emergency Phone ___________________

Occupation ________________________________________

Please answer all questions:
(1) Which El Tour cycling event will you be riding on Saturday?
        ( ) 109-Miles     ( ) 66-Miles     ( ) Family Fun Ride – 4-Miles
        ( ) 82-Miles      ( ) 35-miles     ( ) Family Fun Ride – ¼-quarter mile

(2) Which Tour will you be doing on Thursday?
        ( ) San Xavier del Bac Mission (30-miles) ( ) Sabino Canyon Bike & Hike (50-miles)
        ( ) Pima Air & Space Museum (40-miles) ( ) Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (55-miles)
        ( ) Saguaro National Park East (60-miles) ( ) Mt Lemmon Challenge

(3) Which Tour will you be doing on Friday?
        ( ) San Xavier del Bac Mission (30-miles) ( ) Sabino Canyon Bike & Hike (50-miles)
        ( ) Pima Air & Space Museum (40-miles) ( ) Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (55-miles)
        ( ) Saguaro National Park East (60-miles)

(4a) What type of dinner do you prefer?             ( ) Vegetarian ( ) Non-Vegetarian

(4b) If you are having guest(s), what type of dinner? (See Section #10 – FEES)
        Name of Guest ______________________ ( ) Vegetarian ( ) Non-Vegetarian

        Name of Guest ______________________ ( ) Vegetarian ( ) Non-Vegetarian

        Name of Guest ______________________ ( ) Vegetarian ( ) Non-Vegetarian

        Name of Guest ______________________ ( ) Vegetarian ( ) Non-Vegetarian




                        Bike Rally Application continued on next page
(5) Type of bike using in El Tour? ( ) Road ( ) Mountain ( ) Recumbent ( ) Handcycle
                                   ( ) Tandem (separate fees for each rider)
   No motorized bikes please!      ( ) Name of Tandem Partner ________________________________
                                   ( ) Other: _______________________________________________

(6) How much are you enclosing? (Make all checks payable to “League of American Bicyclists”)
                                                                                  Amount
    Packages Go to section #10 to see fees                  Adult     Youth      enclosing
        (A) Registration Fee for One – LAB Member                $300       $240
        (B) Registration Fee for One – Non-LAB Member            $350       $290
        (C) Each Guest of Rally Member                           $150       $90
        (D) Each Guest of Rally Member                          $85         $25
        (E) Each Guest of Rally Member                          $65         $65
        (F) Optional Golf Classic Fee                            $150       $150
        Add Late Fee after November 1, 2007                     $50         $50
                                                                           TOTAL

7a) Did you make hotel reservations at Inn Suites? ( ) YES ( ) NO
(7b) If not, where will you be staying? _______________________________________________

Please check that you read and agree to the following points:
(8a)    I understand that aero bars are not permitted in El Tour and that use of them   ( ) YES
        will result in disqualification
(8b)    I will use a CPSC/Snell Approved helmet in all Rally cycling events             ( ) YES
(8c)    I will sign a rider waiver form upon receipt from Perimeter Bicycling and/or    ( ) YES
        League of American Bicyclist to participate in El Tour and Rally tours
(8d)    I understand I will receive an e-mail confirming my registration in the         ( ) YES
        2007 LAB-El Tour National Bike Rally within 2 weeks of receipt. Should I
        not receive confirmation within 2 weeks, I will send an e-mail to:
        rally@perimeterbicycling.com.




                                 League of American Bicyclists
                                2007 National Bike Rally

				
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