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New Date: 08/28/2021
It is with the greatest of regret we must postpone the 14th Tour de Donut to August 28, 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. We have waited as long as we could for the state of Ohio’s regulations to be modified though at this time there is no indication that mass gathering restrictions will be lifted anytime soon. The guidelines required by the Ohio department of health are simply not possible for us to implement. We understand and accept their requirements and in the interest of safety for our participants, volunteers, staff, vendors and the Greater Miami county community we have made this decision.
The Tour de Donut is a unique bicycle event, where your ability to eat donuts is just as important as your ability to ride your bicycle fast. The event is a mass start timed ride where riders visit donut stops and eat donuts. For each donut the rider eats during the ride (and keeps down) they have 5 minutes deducted from their ride time. There are prizes in several classes including Tour de Donut championship jersey for the best adjusted "donut time". We also award the most donuts eaten in several classes.
This ride is intended to be fun and include all cyclists pro to amateur, triathletes, tourist, fitness riders, fun riders, or you can dust off that two-wheeler you found along the road, or in the back of the barn you are not going to want to miss this event.
While the event is a personal challenge, few consider it a serious competition, remember this is all in fun! We doubt the next Tour de France champion will have Tour de Donut Champion listed on his palmares, so eat some donuts and ride as fast or slow as you wish. All roads are open to traffic, and all traffic rules must be followed. Roads are marked with large custom donut markings (in several colors and some have sprinkles) so you do not get lost.
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