NMTS Happenings

El Tour de Tucson Registration Update!

The registration process for the 35th El Tour has been updated so that riders can sign up for the event and pay only the registration fee initially to get “in the system”. Once in the system, you can pay the remainder of the fees when you show up in Tucson for rider packet pickup the day before the big ride! What this method of signing up allows is if you can’t make the event, you’re not losing the entire event fee, only the nominal registration fee. Click the link below to get signed up. Note that you will have to create an account for yourself on the “imathlete” system to be able to register this way.

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News item runs April 28 – June 30
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Outside Bike & Brew Festival

Looking for some fun activities in Santa Fe in the days leading up to the Santa Fe Century?

There's biking, concerts, films and other fun things to choose from.

Check the link for more information.

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News item runs April 25 – May 19
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NMTS Jerseys

We are planning on reopening our Primal Team Store soon for NMTS jersey orders. Before we do, we'd like to eliminate our on-hand inventory. Please have a look at this list and if an item works for you, contact Susan D'Lamater at 897-7066, leave a message and she'll get back with you to make purchase arrangements. (The image to the right shows the "recent" style)

Men:

1 pair of shorts with upgraded pad in the previous style size L $76

1 short sleeve sport cut jersey in recent style size M $45

1 short sleeve sport cut jersey in recent style size L $45

Women:

1 short sleeve sport cut jersey in previous style size XL $50

2 short sleeve sport cut jersey in recent style size M $45

2 short sleeve sport cut jersey in recent style size L $45

News item runs April 25 – May 2
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Gila Super Tour 2017

Saturday - Sunday, May 13-14, 2017

Join us on Saturday, May 13th , in Silver City, NM, for the New Mexico Touring Society’s 26th annual super tour of the Gila Inner Loop. The two-day ride accommodates all riders and bikes. Upon leaving Silver City riders will climb to Pinos Altos then pedal through scenic evergreens in the Gila National Forest. The ride crosses the continental divide twice, and altitudes vary from 5,800 feet to 7,500 feet. There are some moderate to steep ascents and descents. The first day ride concludes at Camp Thunderbird. The registration fee covers lodging at Camp Thunderbird, an arrival snack, dinner, and breakfast before departing the Camp for Silver City the next morning. The ride along the Mimbres River valley is a great way to start the day. The ride starts and ends at the Silver City Walmart parking lot. Most riders finish the ride around noontime Sunday. Riders may leave cars at the Walmart parking lot. The NMTS provides SAG support and two SAG stops with refreshments.

NEW! PayPal link shown below. You still need to send in the registration form but you can pay by PayPal!

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News item runs March 5 – May 13

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