First Annual Tour de Guelph! It’s as easy as riding a bike.

Shout out for cyclists.

We would like to personally invite you and your colleagues to join us for this exciting new event coming to Guelph on July 6th. Please share this email with your colleagues, friends and family. Our goal is to have 500 cyclists at our inaugural event. Help us exceed our goal!

The Rotary Clubs of Guelph South and Guelph Trillium are proud to invite you to a brand new exciting event in our community!

July 6 2014 is the inaugural Tour de Guelph cycling event. This family-friendly cycling event is being held at the University of Guelph with various route options to choose from. You can register today for the tour at<>.

Tour de Guelph is a fundraiser in support of The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital, and we are offering prizes for our top fundraisers. Encourage your friends and family to sponsor your ride for your chance to win! There’s also a bike to be awarded to the top youth fundraiser (thank you George Vettor Cycle and Sport!)

There is a route suitable for all riding levels: 5- and 10-km scenic rides through the University of Guelph Arboretum, or longer rides of 25 km, 50 km or 100 km along country roads just outside of Guelph. There will also be a bike rodeo for kids, free lunch and t-shirt for riders, and several exciting vendors and booths to browse.

Register today and help us reach our goal of 500 riders at our very first event! Visit;; for details, or contact us at<> with your questions.

The City of Guelph is pleased to be a partner in supporting this bicycle-friendly event.  GCAT


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