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Early Registration for Tour de Lane Ends April 15

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

 

Early registration has for Tour de Lane will be open until April 15.

The cost for early registration is $185 and the fee includes: 

  • snacks and beverages at rest stops
  • route maps
  • SAG wagon
  • mechanical support
  • full dinner for all riders on Saturday evening with door prizes
  • sponsored beer and wine garden nightly
  • shuttles to Amazon Park for Sunday rides and activities during the Blackberry bRamble as well as bBramble registration fees and amenities including the Tour de Lane tent

Tour de Lane 

 The event will begin at 7:00 a.m. Friday, Aug. 5 through Sun., Aug. 7 until the last rider returns. 

The route goes from Richardson Park, Junction City, Oregon to rally central on Fern Ridge Reservoir. 

 

Related Slideshow: 10 Apps That Are Changing Biking

Whether its optimizing fitness, making cycling safer, or a way to make a few bucks, these cycling apps are changing the way people ride their bikes: 

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The Bike Shield

An app designed for cyclists and motorists, The Bike Shield uses a network of users on the road. Car drivers get a signal that warns them of approaching bikes and motorcycles. 

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Strava

A trip-tracking app for cyclists with a competitive edge, it allows riders to post riding times for routes and compete for the top spot. 

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Ride With GPS

Ride With GPS is a trip tracker, but also a great trip planner. It helps riders plan trips and organize rides with friends. And it will fix routes between stops on bike-friendly roads. A new feature offers guided bike tours created by memebers in the bike community. 

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529 Garage

Project your bike and others, with this app. Store critical information to establish your ownership of the bike. And if a bike is stolen, app users can send out an instant alert signal to help other riders look out for the bike—a neighborhood watch network. 

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Bike Doctor

The Bike Doctor is a e-bike maintenance manual with simple instructions and step-by-step pictures. Besides covering common bike repairs, other guides include most common maintenance errors, how to stop bike squeaks, and preventing punctures. 

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Bike Gears Calculator

For cyclists who enjoy the the technical side of biking, this app helps compare bike gears, match the app to your specs and adjust your gears accordingly. 

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Global Cycle Coach

This app is designed for cyclists who want to do indoor spinning classes, but don’t have the time or the money attend class. The free app coaches you through customizable workouts, from beginner to advanced, and allows you to track calories and listen to your own music or selected playlists. 

Photo credit: Stefan Funke on Flickr

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Size My Bike

Whether your looking for your first bike or upgrading to a new one, this app will help make sure you get the perfect fit. By defining your body measurements, the app will compute the optimal geometry of your bike, to improve performance and comfort.

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Cyclemeter

Record your ride, and learn your speed, distance, pedal revolutions per minute, as welll as how much power you're generating while tracking your changes over time. 

The app also lets you post your workout through social media and email your route to friends and family, so they can get live updates from your ride. 

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Spinlister

This peer-to-peer bike rental app connects bike owners and cyclists looking for a short term biking opportunity. Owners list their own price and availability of the bike, while potential renters can search for bikes based on type and location. 

 
 

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