Top Fundraisers
  1. Cynthia Cochran - $3,920.00
  2. Emily Lesko - $2,620.00
  3. Karen Rullman - $1,620.00
  4. Ellen Chappell - $1,560.00
  5. Catherine Davis - $1,545.00
  6. Katie Rogers - $1,500.00
  7. Natalie Lew - $1,345.00
  8. Gail Jones - $1,325.00
  9. Cheryl Marcus - $1,298.00
  10. Stacey Prudich - $1,205.00
  11. Shelly Leslie - $1,165.00
  12. Christine Kjellberg - $1,150.00
  13. Jennifer Casperson - $1,125.00
  14. Kathleen Neerenz- $1,110.00
  15. Elizabeth Lawrence - $1,095.00
  16. Angela Amisano - $1,000.00
  17. Elizabeth Hamner - $1,000.00
  18. Laura Dorton - $1,000.00

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2014 Event Details
  Event location
Both Friday night and Saturday activities will take place at Cycling Spoken Here in Cary, NC. Cycling Spoken Here is located at: 1377 NW Maynard Rd, Cary, NC 27513.

Packet Pick up and Ladies Night
On Friday, October 10, packet pick up will be available from 4–7 pm, as well as 7:30–10:30 pm (during Ladies’ Night) at Cycling Spoken Here. Riders will be able to pick up their ride packets – ride number, t-shirt, great coupons and magazines from our sponsors and prizes earned. Jerseys will also be available for pick up and for sale. Registration will also be available and donations will be accepted.

What happens at Ladies’ Night you ask? The evening will include wine, cup cakes, sales, a great silent auction and more… including packet pick up! If you cannot make packet pick up on Friday, le Tour de Femme will open at 7:30 am on Saturday morning and you can pick up your packet from 7:30–8:30 am.

Ride Day Arrival and Parking
On October 11, please plan to arrive no later than 8:15 in order to have adequate time to park and prepare for the ride. (You’ll want to arrive earlier if you are picking up your packet on the 11h.)

Maynard Crossing Ct will be closed off in front of Cycling Spoken Here for the safety of participants and spectators. Please turn onto Maynard Crossing Ct at the stoplight next to the Neo-Asia. We have 6 acres of parking available immediately behind Cycling Spoken Here that volunteers will guide you to. Please, do NOT park on the street or at any of the surrounding businesses! Parking on the street will hinder other participants from getting to the event in a timely manner, and we do not have permission to park in any of the surrounding business’ lots and cannot be held responsible if you are towed.

Ride Day Schedule
7:30 am
  • The event will open for packet pick up and same-day registration.
  • Great Harvest Bread Company will be serving bread to riders.
8:30 am
  • Packet pick up and same-day registration closes.
8:45 am
  • Announcements
9:00 am
  • Full- and half-metric century rides start
9:15 am
  • 15-mile ride starts
11:15 am – 3 pm
  • Urban Turban for lunch and Lonerider beer!
Other Important Information
  Helmets As a reminder, ALL le Tour de Femme riders are REQUIRED to ride with an ASTM, ASNI, CPSC or SNELL certified helmet in order to participate. No exceptions.

What to bring with you (checklist)

Required Items
  • Bike
  • Helmet
  • Waiver (if you have not filled on out already, they will be available on site)
  • Smiles and excitement
Suggested Items
  • Water bottles
  • Cycling shoes and socks
  • Gloves
  • Sun/riding glasses
  • Arm warmers
  • Flat tire repair kit including spare tubes and CO2 or air pump
  • Air pump
  • Queue sheets for the course (Available on the web site and at packet pick up)
  • Emergency contact information
  • ID – driver’s license
  • Cell phone
  • Sunscreen
We ask that all participants raise a minimum of $50. Riders that raise the asked minimum will receive a le Tour de Femme wine glass.

Cash and check donations will be accepted Friday at Ladies’ Night, as well as on Saturday. Please make checks out to Grab My Wheel. Donations that are received after the close of online registration may not be applied to rider prize level totals.
Late donations can also be mailed to Grab My Wheel through November 1. Online donations will be accepted through November 1.

Weather update
Keep an eye on WRAL, one of our sponsors, for weather updates:

Common questions:

What are the routes for the rides? Here’s a link to each of the routes: Click Here.

How are the routes marked?
The routes are marked in two ways: (1) with painted arrows on the street noting each turn and (2) with signs posted at each turn. Pink arrows are for the full-metric century route, blue for the half-metric century option and green for the 15-mile route. You can pick up a queue sheet at packet pick up, too.

Do I have to do the route that I signed up to do?
Nope. When you show up on the ride day, you choose to ride whichever route you prefer. In fact, the full- and half-metric century route are the same up until the first rest stop.

What happens if I need help during the ride?
No problem. Simply call the number on the back of your ride number, wave down a le Tour de Femme motorcycle support or SAG support person (SAG stands for support and gear – they are the folks along the course who can help you if you need it), or ask a sweeper rider (riders who ride the route to help participants, as needed), and they will be happy to help you.

When does online registration close?
Online registration closes at Wednesday, October 8 at 11:59 p.m. However, we accept registrations at Ladies Night on Friday and starting at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday at $40 per registrant.
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Giving Back over the years

Since our beginning in 2006, Grab My Wheel has manged to raise over a quarter of a million dollars for the fight against cancer. You can read about where the funds have been going be clicking below.

About Grab My Wheel

Grab My Wheel is the founding organization behind le Tour de Femme. Grab My Wheel is a 100% volunteer organization based in the Raleigh, North Caroilina. If you would like to learn more about the organization, please click on the link below...