Registration for TD Five Boro Bike Tour presented by REI Sells Out in Less Than One Day

today announced that registration for the 2013 TD Five Boro Tour presented by , America’s largest event, sold out in less than one day.  This comes after a similar sellout in 2011 and an overwhelming demand for lottery spots in 2012.  Those who were unable to register still have several ways to ride in the Tour.

“This year, the Tour sold out in record-breaking time,” said Ken Podziba, President and CEO of .  “I’d like to thank our riders, volunteers, city agencies, and of course, TD Bank, and all of our other sponsors for their commitment to this wonderful spring-time tradition, which supports our free education programs throughout the year!”

TD Five Boro Tour – d’Italia Five Boro Registration

Although regular registration has closed, there are other ways to ride in the 2013 TD Five Boro Tour.  Riders can sign up as d’Italia Five Boro participants in the Tour and enjoy an “Italian style” experience throughout the Tour route.  This new VIP registration category includes a priority start at the front of the Tour, an exclusive, limited edition “Made in Italy” jersey, breakfast, and a gourmet Italian Pasta Party at the finish line!   d’Italia riders will also receive a timing chip, not for competition, but simply for the fun of timing their individual climbs up the Verrazano Narrows Bridge before reaching the Tour Finish Festival.

“Ride for a Reason” Charity Component

Prospective riders can also “Ride for a Reason” and champion one of ’s 43 charity partners.  Additionally, those who do not get into the 2013 TD Five Boro Tour can guarantee an entry spot into the 2013 Tour by volunteering this year during Tour weekend or Expo .

Held annually the first Sunday in May, the TD Five Boro Tour is America’s largest event. The Tour is produced by , the city’s premiere bi organization, in association with the City of and the Department of Transportation. The event provides participants the unique and fun experience to through all five boroughs – a 40 mile, traffic-free ride for 32,000 s. Proceeds from the event fund ’s education programs.

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