Tour de Cure Last Weekend

HUGE CONGRATULATIONS go out to the Houston Tour de Cure committee and volunteers for their record-breaking event on Saturday, September 22.  Thanks to the support from more than 1,800 riders, the event has raised more than $750,000. It’s a huge growth over the 2011 event and you can feel good in knowing the funds raised will go to help support research, outreach programs and advocacy.


Tour de Cure ADA staff Lisa and Liz want to also thank title sponsor Dignity Memorial.

Official Family Route Sponsor CST Group and  Platinum Sponsor Apache Corporation.

Gold Sponsors, Championdealers, Houston Dynamo, Dent Wizard, Texas Beef Council, Media Sponsor KPRC and our Official Technology Sponsor HP.

Silver Sponsors, W&T Offshore, Texas Children’s Hospital, Vision Source, My Indoor Cycle and Raw Materials.

Official Red Rider sponsor, Emerson Process Management.

Bronze Sponsors, Carfax, Culligan and All Pro.

HEB, Sanofi My Fit Foods, Jet Products, Sun Coast, Starbucks, and Waste Management.

Bike Shop Sponsors Bicycle World and Fitness, Webster Bicycle, Planetary Cycles, Bike Barn, Bike Sport, Houston Cycling Centers, Sugar Cycles and West End Bicycles.


We would love to hear your feedback on your pre-event and day of event experiences. We were able to make so many changes from last year because of all of the feedback that was provided. We hope that you will share all of your ideas for improvement so that we can continue to provide an improved route and overall event. Please send any comments and or suggestions to Lisa at

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