Posted by Editoress on 04/16/11
Over $10,000 will be awarded to Pro Men and Pro Women in a Team Competition during the 2011 Tour of America's Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, to be held June 16-26.
The Tour of America's Dairyland Team Competition powered by 5-hour ENERGY will award $6,000 to the Overall Pro Men 1/2 teams and $4,250 to the Overall Pro Women 1/2/3 teams.
To be eligible for the Tour of America's Dairyland Team Competition powered by 5-hour ENERGY, Pro Men 1/2 teams must start at least four (4) riders, but not to exceed 10 riders, in all 11 races. Pro Women 1/2/3 teams must start at least three (3) riders in every race. The omnium-awarded points of a team's top four male racers, or top three female racers, will be accumulated daily and applied toward the overall standings.
The leading Pro Men 1/2 and Pro Women 1/2/3 teams will be recognized on the podium each day. No composite teams will be allowed. All team members must race for a USA Cycling licensed team.
The top three teams with the most points, earned within Team Competition rules, at the end of the 11-day Tour of America's Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board will win the overall prize money in the Team Competition powered by 5-hour ENERGY.
In all, over $126,000 in cash and mega primes plus recovery chocolate milk, the coveted cow-print jerseys and podium milk bottles, and amazing Overall prizes, including Gunnar and Waterford frames along with Mercury wheel sets, will be awarded to racers of multiple categories during the 2011 Tour of America's Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. In its third year, Tour of America's Dairyland will feature a spectator-packed USA CRITS Series race as well as eight other crits, one road race, and a non-aero equipment time trial.
Register now. Additional 2011 Tour of America's Dairyland information will be continually updated on the Official Website (www.TourofAmericasDairyland.com), on Facebook (Tour of America’s Dairyland), and on Twitter (@ToADcyclingrace).
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