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El Tour Nonprofits are the engine that could and does in helping make the Ride a good one

What a 40th anniversary we had!

But we’re not stopping there. We’ll have as many cyclists (9,000) as last year and likely just as many nonprofits (70) as last year. We already have 32 and the registration just opened.

We’re excited. You should be too – as we look forward to our 41st year at El Tour.

Banner – University Medicine and Banner – University Family Care 41st El Tour de Tucson could be the biggest one yet with cyclists, volunteers, elite cyclists, sponsors and entertainers and more.

The whole purpose of the ride is that it’s a fundraiser so the non-profit partners are crucial to the event’s success.

It has been a charity since day one and has continued through 40 years.

We welcome many back and say hello and welcome to the new ones.

If you are going to ride, think about riding for any one of the nonprofits listed.

We want to raise more than $6 million this year. That number has long been realistic and now we have a feeling year 40 is going to crush that number. Last year, we collectively help raise $5.8 million, moving our overall total to nearly $121 million.

Welcome to all the nonprofits that have signed up and to all the ones who will be joining us for our ride on Nov. 23, 2024.

And be sure to meet all our nonprofits at our annual Loop de Loop event on Sept. 21, 2024. Sign up and ride for one of them!

Go to our website to register and visit each and everyone of our nonprofits listed.

Wounded Warrior Project, Inc.

San Juan Diego Institute

The Salvation Army Tucson

Special Olympics Arizona

CYCLE Kids, Inc.

Arizona Cancer Foundation

Pima Community College Foundation

A Race Against Blindness

Homicide Survivors Inc.

Beads of Courage, Inc.

National Ovarian Cancer Coalition: TEAM TEAL

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Arizona)


Courtney’s Courage, Inc

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona

Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports

The Biodiversity Group

Easterseals Blake Foundation

Rotary International

Children’s Clinics

American Liver Foundation

Water For People/AZ Water

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona

Uphill Into The Wind

The Quell Foundation

McDowell Sonoran Conservancy

Diamond Children’s Medical Center at Banner Children’s

Rob Dollar