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Registration open for 18th annual Courage Classic

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Registration is open for The 2007 Children’s Hospital Courage Classic presented by Balfour Beatty. The 18th annual event is set for July 21-23 at Copper Mountain and offers something for nearly everyone. Options include:n The Courage Classic – July 21-23. Traditional three-day, 157-mile cycling adventure.n The Century Option – July 22. On the tour’s second day, advanced cyclists can head up Ute Pass to tackle 100 miles instead of the day’s 54-mile route. n Taste of Courage – July 22. Presented by Frontier Airlines, this one-day ride has three route options and is for cyclists of all ages.All riders will enjoy quiet backcountry roads, challenging mountain climbs and picturesque views of Colorado’s high country. More importantly, they will be supporting one of the nation’s top pediatric hospitals, The Children’s Hospital. Riders are encouraged to register online at http://www.couragetours.com/register. Early bird online registration is available through May 1. It includes a free Courage Classic messenger bag and is $95 for adults, $50 for children 15 and under. After May 1, online registration is $105 for adults, $60 for children. This fee includes on-course lunch on July 21 and 22, the finish line lunch on July 23 and a 2007 Courage Classic T-shirt. (Riders may upgrade to a long-sleeved shirt for an additional $5.) Adult riders must raise a minimum of $250 in donations for The Children’s Hospital and children must raise $125. Registration for Taste of Courage is $25 for adults and $15 for children 15 and under. Taste of Courage riders must raise a minimum of $150 (adults) or $75 (child) in donations. Family, friends, neighbors and colleagues can easily support riders by donating online directly to riders’ personal pages at http://www.couragetours.com. There is no processing fee for an online donation.For more information, visit http://www.couragetours.com or call (303) 456-9704.


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