There is a lot that could be said about the past two years and it has been a bit rough for most of us and rougher than that for many. Our team has continued riding and training during this large asterisk of a racing season and we are looking forward to racing in 2022. We enjoy helping develop racers and have team workouts and racing clinics. If you are thinking of dipping your toes into the waters of racing, come check us out. We are here to help you do your best and we have a large women’s squad as well. If you are a woman and haven’t met someone from Tolero on a group ride in Tucson, we’d be surprised 🙂
The Tolero racing machine is gearing up for 2020 and we are very excited that we have one of the best women’s squads in Arizona. Come join us for the upcoming season and get in on some great training rides in the fall. We’ll be updated this site in the near future and follow us on Instagram at Toleroracing. We’ve had a great 2019 and we expect 2020 to be even better!
We have had to modify the parking for the upcoming crit and modified the map. Race course remains the same.
Please park along either side of Lon Adams Road then take the pedestrian underpass into the park. Additional parking is available along W Gladden Farms Dr. Please do not park in the neighborhoods or erect popup tents along the road or on sidewalks. Note that Heritage Park Drive, (which is the road into the park), is also the course and will be closed to traffic during racing. There is space for team tents, vendors and RVs/trailers inside the park but entry and exit will be limited to between races or at the discretion of the course marshals and traffic control police officer. If you plan to park inside the venue, please contact us by emailing Lynn.email@example.com prior to the event for instructions. On race day for vehicle access to team parking inside the venue, notify the parking coordinator located at the corner of Lon Adams Road and they will assist you.
For more information, visit the Marana Heritage Crit page.
Plenty more images and video to come. Once we have recovered from the weekend and gathered the images from multiple photographers, we’ll post them all. Thanks for racing!
Here is the bulk of our 2016 squad, minus 6 or 7 teammates. Photo courtesy of professional photographer [and State road race champ] Evan Robold
You’ll also see our new kits in a few frames, and our team photo will be coming soon. Video courtesy of 2015 State Road Race Champion Evan Robold.
More on how this all played out to come, but 8 Tolero racers in a field of 50 worked hard and Evan Robold made it across the line first. Congratulations, Cat4 State Champion, and congratulations to the whole team that helped make it happen.
Thanks to the always gracious Ralph Phillips and FairWheel bikes for the continued support of Tolero Racing!