2013 Tour of America’s Dairyland Race Venues Announced

  
  


The 2013 Tour of America's Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (ToAD) will be in 10 communities in an 11-day span. (Photo by Karl Hendricks)
The 2013 Tour of America's Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (ToAD) will be in 10 communities in an 11-day span. (Photo by Karl Hendricks)
Wauwatosa, Wis. – Event promoter Midwest Cycling Series, LLC, has released the 2013 schedule for the Tour of America’s Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (ToAD). The fifth year of the omnium competition will travel to 10 Wisconsin communities in 11 days, June 20-30, and include four dates on the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC).  
 
Thursday, June 20 — Shorewood Criterium Cycling Classic * NCC Event
Friday, June 21 — East Troy Cycling Classic (Criterium) * NCC Event
Saturday, June 22 — Giro d' Grafton (Criterium) * NCC Event
Sunday, June 23 — Waukesha Carl Zach Cycling Classic (Criterium)  * NCC Event
Monday, June 24 — Sheboygan Criterium
Tuesday, June 25 — Schlitz Park Criterium (Downtown Milwaukee)
Wednesday, June 26 — Attitude Sports Fond du Lac Road Race
Thursday, June 27 — Elkhart Lake Road Race at Road America
Friday, June 28 — Fond du Lac Commonwealth Classic (Criterium)
Saturday, June 29 — ISCorp Downer Classic (Milwaukee's Eastside)
Sunday, June 30 — East Tosa Gran Prix (Wauwatosa)
 
The 2013 line-up includes the East Tosa Gran Prix in Wauwatosa, a new spectator-friendly host city for the closing day, as well as the return of the closed course Elkhart Lake Road Race at the Road America racetrack.  
 
Online registration is expected to open in March.  Updates will be announced on the Official Website (www.TourofAmericasDairyland.com), on Facebook (Tour of America’s Dairyland), and on Twitter (@ToADcyclingrace).


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