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October 2014

Toast to Tomorrow 2014

  • October 11
  • 05:30 - 11:00
  • The Marriott City Center

Join us for the 16th annual JDRF Toast To Tomorrow Gala. Starting with a cocktail reception, guests will bid on hundreds of dazzling auction items on their personal cell phones or provided hand held devices. As guests enter the ballroom, they will be swept into an alluring world of excitement filled with cocktails, dinner, JDRF Award of Excellence presentation, live auction and an opportunity to help us Fund A Cure for type 1 diabetes. Following the program join us for…

Death Valley, CA, Ride to Cure Diabetes 2014

  • October 16
  • 12:00 - 11:59

October 16 – 19, 2014 Located in southern California, Death Valley is one of the most otherworldly of America’s natural wonders – an eerie panorama of salt flats and elevations. Death Valley has rolling hills and steep mountains. It is also famous for Badwater, which, at 282 feet below sea level, is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. Badwater also happens to be the first checkpoint on the route. Whether you’re a competitive cyclist, Sunday rider, or novice, join…

Nashville, TN, Ride to Cure Diabetes 2014

  • October 30
  • 12:00 - 11:59

October 30 – November 2, 2014 Franklin, Tennessee—located 14 miles south of Nashville—is an oasis of Southern hospitality in a 16-block National Register district of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and some of the best cycling the South has to offer. The JDRF Nashville Ride to Cure Diabetes Ride will start in Franklin and follow scenic roads through the countryside before entering the Natchez Trace Parkway. This ride offers a challenging out-and-back course with rolling hills, beautiful vistas, and limited commercial traffic.…

November 2014

Tucson, AZ, Ride to Cure Diabetes 2014

  • November 20
  • 12:00 - 11:59

November 20 – 23, 2014 Join JDRF’s team of riders and be part of the32nd el Tour de Tucson, one of America’s largest bicycling event producers. JDRF riders will be sharing the course with over 9,000 cyclists, 2,000 volunteers, and 27,000 spectators. In its 31-year history, UMC el Tour de Tucson has become known as the most prestigious bicycling event for cyclists of all ages and abilities. Bicycling Magazine selected this event as “one of America’s ten best centuries.” Riders…

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