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                        Tour of the Little Smokies
                   September 30, 2017
 
Portsmouth Rotary is proud to announce Scioto County’s premier bicycle challenge is back for its’ 3rd year. Cyclists from all around the region converged on this tour last year, and raved about the amazing course.

We are asking for your help to make this event even better! Interested in helping out? Simply pick a plan that fits your lifestyle:

1.) Participate: We offer route options that fit all levels of cyclists, provide a well-marked course, and several aid stations along the ride. Early bird registration starts at $25
 
2.) Volunteer: Our volunteer shifts are all less than 3 hours, and are spread-out over several time periods throughout the day to accommodate everyone’s Saturday schedule. You will also be treated with BBQ afterwards at Holy Trinity Hall’s Annual Pig Roast. Volunteers are assigned to the aid stations, which are all located on nice country roads with a good view. It’s a very relaxing experience. Contact Tess Midkiff if you are interested.

3.) Sponsor: Sponsorship Opportunities start out as small as $20 for individuals, and $60 for businesses. Individual sponsors get signed recognition around the start/finish area, and businesses get nice road signs along the tour.

4.) Sponsor and Participate: Business sponsors get 4 discounted registration codes, and their participants always have fun. This option makes for a great gift for your clients and colleagues.

5.) Order some T-Shirts: These shirts are really great, and our patrons enjoyed wearing them. These make great gifts.
 
This tour is destined to become one of Ohio’s toughest 83-milers tours and will be a real challenge to cyclists.
Register for the September 30th tour!  The Tour will begin from - Holy Trinity Hall, 9515 Careys Run, McDermott, OH.  Riders can start in waves at 8:00 AM, 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, and 10:00 AM. 

The Scenic Scioto Heritage Trail was established in 2007 and is located in Scioto County in South Central Ohio. Those who travel its over 84-miles experience a journey through the rugged, heavily wooded Appalachian hill country and through an area rich in history, full of river lore and native American influences. With its 41 points of interest, the Scenic Scioto Heritage Trail enables the traveler the opportunity to capture the full flavor of the region and experience the varied topography and natural beauty of the area.

If you would like more information about this unique cycling event please check our information on the Bikereg.com website or contact TOTLS Committee Chair Reece Brown at 740-821-1904, rebr.sesoh@gmail.com today!