Professional Cycling Returns to Doylestown at Thompson Bucks County Classic
Join Doylestown Health at the 2016 Thompson Bucks County Classic for a fun-filled day of activities for the whole family.
Doylestown Health is proud to sponsor the Thompson Bucks County Classic's Professional Women's Race for the third consecutive year.
The women's race has a new national status, set to bring a deeper and stronger field to Doylestown, and the racers will fight for a $12,000 prize list.
Doylestown Health was founded by a women's organization, the Village Improvement Association (VIA), and Cory Schroder, VIA president, will lead the opening ceremony to officially kick off the Professional Women's Race. Immediately following the race, awards will be given by Jim Brexler, President and CEO of Doylestown Health.
Date: Sunday, September 11
Where: E. Court & Main Streets, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
The 2016 Thompson Bucks County Classic will feature family-friendly activities throughout the day including live entertainment, VIP tents and six thrilling races:
- The Cyclosportif, a 60-mile recreational ride, starting at 8:30 am
- Amateur Men, giving America's up and coming cycling stars an opportunity to compete on the same course as the pros, starting at 9:30 am
- Children's races for ages 3 to 13, starting at 10:45 am
- Lenape Scorcher, featuring modern day riders atop highwheel bicycles, starting at 11:30 am
- The Professional Women's Race, sponsored by Doylestown Health, starting at 11:45 am
- The Professional Men's Thompson Criterium, starting at 1 pm
Stop by the Doylestown Health Expo Tent
Doylestown Health will be on-site the day of the race with snacks, water, health information and free giveaways! Join us to learn more about our services and upcoming events.
Learn more about the Thompson Bucks County Classic or Women's Services available at Doylestown Health.
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