atoc_commday_flr_110317 by wpr1947


									                                                      The City of Claremont will host the Stage 7
                                                      Start for the Amgen Tour of California on
                                                      Saturday, May 21, 2011.
                                                      The largest cycling event in America, the 2011
                                                      Amgen Tour of California is a Tour de France
                                                      style cycling road race presented by AEG that
                                                      challenges the world’s top professional cycling
                                                      teams to compete along a demanding course
                                                      from May 15–22, 2011.
                                                      The Stage 7 leg of the race will start in front
                                                      of the Claremont Depot on First Street before
                                                      winding its way up to Mt. Baldy for a thrilling
                                                      mountain top finish.
                                                      Professional riders will be available for
                                                      autographs in the morning and festivities will
                                                      continue throughout the day in the Village.
                                                      Please note some city streets will be closed
  Free to Attend. All are Welcome!                    beginning May 6, 2011. For road closure infor-
                                                      mation, please visit

L’Etape du California                                 Day of Champions
May 7, 2011                                           Community Event
Amatuer cyclists will ride the official Amgen           April 23, 2011
Tour of California race route beginning at
                                                      Gather the family for a cycling-inspired day of
7:00 a.m. This grueling ride will test even the
                                                      events and activities from 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
most avid cyclist. Cyclists will ride over 75 miles
                                                      at Sycamore School. The Day of Champions
and climb 10,000 feet up the winding roads
                                                      event will feature a bike rodeo, entertainment
of Mt. Baldy. The community is invited to cheer
                                                      and activities for all ages. Plan on purchasing
on the riders as they return beginning at noon
                                                      a BBQ lunch from the Claremont Rotary Club.
in front of the Depot. Live bands will play all
afternoon.                                            Sycamore School is located at
                                                      225 W. 8th Street in Claremont.
The Claremont Depot is located at
200 W. First Street.

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     Visit for more information.
   Day of Champions                                Claremont’s Celebration of Cycling

         Date: April 23, 2011                                                                           Free to Attend
         Time: 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.                                                                    All are Welcome!
         Location: Sycamore School Playground Area
                         Come On Out and Ride Your Bike!                        Featured Activities:
                 10:00 a.m.—Ladies & Co-ed Bike Rides Hosted By:                G Bike Rodeo by the Claremont Senior Bike Club
                    Inland Empire Women Cyclists (Jax Bicycles)                 G Bike License and Registration Station for $6.00
                         and Butts on Bikes (Coates Cyclery)
                                                                                G Relay Races for all ages
                          Additional Information and RSVP
                             15 mile—Ladies Ride                                G Tricycle races for all ages including a competition
                                                                                  between City Council/Commissions, City staff,
                                                                                  CUSD staff and more...
                            25 mile—Co-ed Ride
                             G Bike Repair/Maintenance booth by Coates Cyclery
                  Riders must be at least 18-years-old. Helmets are required.   G Track Stand Competition by Jax Bike Shop
                                                                                G Spinning Demonstration by Pedal Spin Studio

                        Delicious BBQ Lunch available by                        G Video of the 2010 Tour of California will be shown
                                 Sunrise Rotary                                 G BMX Presentation at 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
                     Condiments provided by Trader Joe’s                          Visit

                 Yogurt available by 21 Choices Frozen Yogurt                   G Claremont Red Cross

         Make a Difference—Volunteer!                                                               For more information
         Day of Champions Saturday, April 23, 2011                                                 Visit www.tourofcalifornia-
         Please e-mail John Howland at:                           
         L’Étape du California Saturday, May 7, 2011                                               Visit our Facebook page at
         Please sign up at:                      Stage 7 Tour of California
         Stage 7 of the Amgen Tour of California Saturday, May 21, 2011
         Please sign up at:
Local Sponsors

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        A special thanks to Claremont Unified School District and Sycamore Elementary School

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