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See The Tour and Support the Davis Phinney Foundation

Tour de France Filmmaker and fundraiser Scott Coady has pledged to donate $500 to the Davis Phinney Foundation for each person who signs on to the remaining spots on his 2005 Tour de France trips. Scott created a travel company so fans of his film – The Tour Baby! – could experience a Tour de France like no other.

The Tour Baby Travel offers two trips to the Tour de France this year in both the Alps and Pyrenees.

Scott Coady explains the connection to Phinney, “Davis provided me with the original inspiration that led to the making of The Tour Baby! when he challenged me to climb Mt Ventoux back in 1992. When I finished the film, I dedicated it to him for the inspiration he continues to provide all of us today as he battles Parkinson’s Disease with the same fierceness and tenacity that enabled him to become an American cycling legend.”

Scott, Davis and Ben Serotta make the rounds at the recent USPro Championships in Philadelphia.

The Davis Phinney Foundation is committed to finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease and promoting wellness for those living with the disease. Phinney says “I created the DPF in order to put my voice, name and energy into the most important race of my life; that of finding a cure for PD. I am excited that Scott has decided to support the DPF with this program. Not only does it help in our fundraising effort, but as importantly, The Tour Baby riders are going to the Tour to have the time of their lives — and support our mission at the same time. “And if you have seen the film, you know you are in for a very unique experience at the Tour de France with Scott.”

To book your trip and support Davis’ mission to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease, visit: https://www.thetourbaby.com/Travel

Or call (805) 649-8900

Or Email: [email protected]

For more details about the film visit: TheTourBaby.com

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