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2015 Tour of America’s Dairyland Race Venues

In 2014, the Tour of America’s Dairyland (“ToAD”) presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board hosted nearly 6,000 racers of multiple categories from Junior to Pro level, from 43 U.S. states and 20 countries across 11 days of racing. Nearly $175,000 in cash and primes was awarded before an amassed record- breaking crowd of 160,000 cowbell-clanging spectators.

Continuing the momentum, ToAD race promoter Midwest Cycling Series, LLC, has released its 2015 schedule for the seventh year of the omnium competition, which will travel to 11 Wisconsin communities, including two new race venues, in as many days, June 18-28, 2015.

Thursday, June 18
Shorewood Criterium Cycling Classic

Friday, June 19
East Troy Cycling Classic (Criterium)

Saturday, June 20
Giro d’ Grafton (Criterium)

Sunday, June 21
Waukesha Carl Zach Cycling Classic (Criterium)

Monday, June 22
Milwaukee Mile Circuit Race at State Fair Park (NEW VENUE)

Tuesday, June 23
Schlitz Park Criterium (Downtown Milwaukee)

Wednesday, June 24
Elkhart Lake Road Race at Road America

Thursday, June 25
Oshkosh Criterium de Titan

Friday, June 26
The Café Centraal Bay View Classic p/b the KK BID (Criterium) (NEW VENUE)

Saturday, June 27
ISCorp Downer Classic (Milwaukee’s Eastside)

Sunday, June 28
East Tosa Gran Prix (Wauwatosa)

Online registration will open by mid-April. Updates will be posted on the Official Website (www.TourofAmericasDairyland.com), on Facebook (Tour of America’s Dairyland), and on Twitter (@ToADcyclingrace).

About Tour of America’s Dairyland
Over $175,000 in cash and primes was awarded to racers of multiple categories during the 2014 Tour of America’s Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board before 160,000 spectators. Nearly 6,000 racers took to the ToAD start line over the course of 11 days with 14,000 carton of low-fat chocolate milk chilling on ice to aid in their recovery at the finish. Taking home the coveted Overall yellow cowprint jersey was Daniel Holloway (Athlete Octane) with Alexander Ray (ISCorp pb Intelligentsia) and Jeyson Camilo Ulloa (Indeportes Boyaca) rounding out the Pro Men’s podium. On the Pro Women podium, Samantha Schneider stood tall in the Becker Law pink Overall jersey, with Laura Van Gilder (Mellow Mushroom) and Cari Higgins (ExergyTWENTY 16) standing at her sides in second and third, respectively.

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