TUCSON, Ariz. — Arizona's largest cycling event returns to the Old Pueblo this weekend.
The 37th El Tour de Tucson attracts over 9,000 riders of all ages in a ride that stretches as far as 100 miles.
The event takes place Nov. 23, 2019. Here's what you need to know:
Can I still participate for El Tour de Tucson?
Yes! Riders can register at Armory Park on Nov. 21 and 22. Click here for more information.
How much does it cost to enter the ride?
Total entry costs $200 and includes a $20 contribution for Diamond Children's Medical Center.
How long is the ride?
There are three different routes - a 100 mile, a 50 mile and a 25 mile route.
What are the starting times?
100-mile start (7:00 a.m.)
50-mile start (10:30 a.m.)
25-mile start (1:00 p.m.)
Where can I find race results?
Results are coming in as riders finish each race 100 mile, a 50 mile and a 25 mile route. Click here for results.
El Tour de Tucson starts at three different locations around town depending on which ride participants enter. ROUTE MAP
Starting Friday, Nov. 22 at 5:00 p.m., the following roads are closed until Saturday night according to the City of Tucson
- Sixth Avenue will be closed from 12th Street to 13th Street
- 13th Street and 12th Street will be closed from Fifth Avenue to Sixth Avenue
- Sixth Avenue will be closed south of Broadway to 22nd Street
- 15th Street from Sixth Avenue to Fourth Avenue
- Fourth Avenue from 15th Street to Broadway
Additional traffic restrictions will apply. KGUN9 will update this section as more information becomes available
I just want to watch the finish, where do I park?
Public parking is available at La Placita Parking, Pennington Street Garage and Plaza Centro Garage. Prices vary depending on location.
El Tour de Tucson's Expo will be happening in Armory Park this year so come out and check it out. Please, please check our map for where to park. Please do not park in the neighborhood, we will be ticketing. https://t.co/unC7f4U5a8 pic.twitter.com/PISmPrtN8g— Park Tucson (@ParkTucson) November 22, 2019
For more information on El Tour de Tucson, visit perimeterbicycling.com.