Sponsorship opportunitiesGo fund the Tour
SPONSORSHIP opportunitiesGO FUND THE TOUR
SPONSORSHIP opportunitiesGO FUND THE TOUR
SPONSORSHIP OpportunitiesGO FUND THE TOUR
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A Tradition in Bicycle Racing Since 1940!

Congratulations to Andrew Dahlheim, who won the Tour of Somerville, and to Lauretta Hanson, who won the Women's Kugler Open.

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A Memorial Day Classic

A Tradition in Bicycle Racing Since 1940!

Park yourself, your friends and your family on the downtown curbs to watch the incredibly fast action, or stroll around enjoying the vendors, live music, kids’ activities, the food stands and the entertainment while the races take place around you. Free admission allows spectators to view all of the races.

The Tour of Somerville Cycling Series is an exciting two-day event of competitive cycling for professionals and amateurs over Memorial Day weekend. The event culminates on Monday with the 50-mile Kugler-Anderson Memorial Tour of Somerville, known as the "Kentucky Derby of Cycling." The Tour is the oldest major bicycle race in the United States and a legend in the lore of bicycle racing.

Tour of Somerville
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"Jack's Kids"

About the beneficiary

The heart of Jack’s Kids is to ease the financial burden to families dealing with a serious childhood illness and/or serious disabilities so they can focus on wrapping their family in the love and attention they need. In memory of Jack Gardner who had a prolific life throughout Somerset County.
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Tour of Somerville on behalf of  'Jack's Kids'

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2016 Sponsorship Opportunities

Tour of Somerville Offers a Variety of Sponsorships for Legendary Cycling Event
This Memorial Day, cyclists from around the globe will again gather to compete in the 73rd Annual Tour of Somerville. Over two days, 600 competitors will race through Somerville and Bound Brook, in front of more than 25,000 spectators. On May 30th, the Tour will culminate in the 50-mile Kugler-Anderson Memorial, the nation’s oldest major bicycle race. Numerous sponsorship opportunities are available for local corporations, businesses, and non-profit organizations to promote their brands targeting a unique mix of participants and spectators.
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