Published: Thu, June 30, 2011 @ 1:09 p.m. The Vindicator The biggest change to this year’s Tour of the Valley cycling event ishttp://tourofthevalley.com/uncategorized/tour-of-the-valley-adds-ysu-to-course-2/ a criterium course that includes Youngstown State University. Race director Dan Quinlan said the July 10 criterium will be more challenging. Last year’s course was downtown and did not include YSU. “ [...]
The 3-day, 3-town, eco-friendly cycling event will take off from the university’s greenest building, the Williamson College of Business, on the last leg of the race Sunday July 10, 2011. Back for its third straight year, Tour of the Valley, Ohio’s largest three-day bicycling stage race, is set for July 8-10, 2011. Originating in Mahoning [...]
Tour of the Valley will officially announce the return of the third annual eco-friendly competitive cycling event, during a press conference held at Youngstown State’s Williamson College of Business on Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 11 a.m. Race details and sponsors will be announced by TOTV staff in the lobby of YSU’s first green building [...]
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Grab your helmet, tune up your bike, and snap in those shoes, The Tour of the Valley returns to the area for the second straight year. “Cycling events kind of grow,” says race co-director Dan Quinlan. “You go to cycling events and it’s the 30th annual and the 25th annual, and so they kind of have this classic effect where once people get hooked into it, they plan their entire year into coming back to that event.”
At least 200 entries, including riders on four teams from a high-level body for the sport of cycling, are entered in the Tour of the Valley this weekend. The Tour, this year sponsored by Youngstown Live, begins late Friday afternoon in Berlin Center in Ellsworth Township with a time trial
Check out the new Sweeney Chevrolet, Buick, GMC commercial featuring the Youngstown Live Tour of the Valley! A special thanks for being our official pace car July 9-11 and for this awesome commercial!
Valley Views publishes ‘PEDAL POWER’ . “After a successful first run, local carbon neutral cycling competition returns this July.”
Race, arts, jazz festivals set for July 9-11 in what is called The “Biggest Weekend of the Summer”
John Bassetti of Vindy.com interviews Tour of the Valley’s co-founder Dan Quinlan, and discusses the future of the event.