Tour de Formosa – Stage 2: New Taipei City – Taichung City (143km)

Place No Athlete Country Time
1 1 FAUCONNIER Jean-Pireer BEL 3:41:04.85
2 19 KLISH John USA 3:48:53.71
3 16 MAKAROV, Ivan RUS 3:48:54.77
4 15 PROKHOROV Evgeny RUS 3:48:55.59
5 17 ROZANOV Dmitry RUS 3:48:56.33
6 8 CHAZOTTES Kevin FRA 3:48:56.65
7 4 KOCOUREK Frantisek CZE 3:48:57.30
8 14 ILINYKH Alexander RUS 3:48:58.63
9 3 STUDYNKA David CZE 3:48:59.04
10 22 SUN﹐ Yi-Feng TPE 3:48:59.87
11 6 PASTRNEK Pavel CZE 3:49:00.28
12 18 OSBRINK Rory USA 3:49:00.66
13 13 MATOVCIK Julius SVK 3:49:01.11
14 25 CHUANG﹐Yung-Chih TPE 3:49:03.48
15 21 KOSA Trevor USA 3:49:21.38
16 7 GIRARDET Remi FRA 3:50:16.83
17 12 NOZAKI Katsutoshi JPN 4:50:16.83
18 24 LAI﹐Chien-Hao TPE 4:50:16.83
19 11 NAGAHAMA Keigo JPN 4:50:16.83
20 9 HAYASE Kentaro JPN 4:50:16.83
21 5 CAPEK Jan CZE 4:50:16.83
22 20 OFFICER, David USA 4:50:16.83
23 10 KAWANO Kenta JPN 4:50:16.83
24 23 HUANG ﹐Yu-Ming TPE 4:50:16.83
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Tour de Formosa – Stage 1: Taipei City Hall – Mt. Yang-Ming (26km)

Place No Athlete Country Time
1 17 ROZANOV Dmitry RUS 59:11.06
2 8 CHAZOTTES Kevin FRA 1:00:18.34
3 16 MAKAROV, Ivan RUS 1:00:26.97
4 7 GIRARDET Remi FRA 1:00:27.88
5 19 KLISH John USA 1:00:37.43
6 15 PROKHOROV Evgeny RUS 1:00:40.54
7 14 ILINYKH Alexander RUS 1:00:50.52
8 3 STUDYNKA David CZE 1°02’25″56
9 13 MATOVCIK Julius SVK 1:03:34.05
10 18 OSBRINK Rory USA 1:03:53.32
11 1 FAUCONNIER Jean-Pierre BEL 1:04:17.04
12 4 KOCOUREK Frantisek CZE 1:05:26.78
13 6 PASTRNEK Pavel CZE 1:06:01.79
14 11 NAGAHAMA Keigo JPN 1:07:46.25
15 21 KOSA Trevor USA 1:07:59.02
16 5 CAPEK Jan CZE 1:08:26.03
17 23 HUANG﹐Yu-Ming TPE 1:09:67.78
18 10 KAWANO Kenta JPN 1:10:26.67
19 25 CHUANG﹐ Yung-Chih TPE 1:10:41.55
20 20 OFFICER David USA 1:11:23.40
21 22 SUN﹐Yi-Feng TPE 1:13:18.67
22 9 HAYASE Kentaro JPN 2:13:18.67
23 12 NOZAKI, Katsutoshi GER 2:13:18.67
24 24 LAI ﹐Chien-Hao TPE 2:13:18.67
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Tour de Formosa

Taiwan will host it’s fourth Tour de Formosa from 29 October to 5 November 2014. This week-long stage race covers approximately 900 km (560 mi) throughout Taiwan. Hosted by the China Taipei Deaf Sports Federation, the Tour de Formosa attracts deaf cyclists from around the world. The first Tour de Formosa took place in November 2008.

Below are the countries participating in this year’s Tour:

  • Belgium
  • Canada
  • Chinese Taipei
  • Czech Republic
  • France
  • Japan
  • Slovakia
  • Russian Federation
  • United States
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Bike New York 2015

dVELO is once again participating in the annual Bike New York, the largest mass-cycling event in the United States. The 2015 Five Boro Bike Tour gives the 34,000 cyclists the unforgettable experience of riding 40 miles of traffic-free streets through all five boroughs starting in Manhattan then riding through Central Park, Harlem, Bronx, Queen, Brooklyn and ending in Staten Island.

Route map of 5 Boro

For the past six years, dVELO has held a special section near the front for all deaf-related participants. This year, dVELO has reserved 40 special passes for riders to go to the front of the pack right behind the VIP section. The rest of the riders will be with the estimated 32,000 riders in the back. Price to participate in the event will be the same as last year, $105 per cyclist. This is on a first come first served basis, dVELO members who have paid their $5 annual membership fee will get first opportunity to receive the special passes. Every year, since 2007, these special spots sell out quickly and we expect the same this year.

Group PictureBike New York 2014

What is the $5 annual membership fee and what are the benefits? Here at dVELO we work hard to keep you informed about rides that are fun and exciting. The membership fee, among other things, helps us to secure special passes for events such as as the 2015 Bike New York. It’s a great benefit and members get first priority to the passes.

Please visit our page (http://dvelo.com/history/history-participants-of-bike-new-york/) and to get a glimpse of Bike New York and to see how much fun we have.

If you are interested in participating in this event, contact Ralph Fernandez at info@dvelo.com. The deadline to register is December 5, 2014.

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Bike New York 2014 – SOLD OUT!

Happy New Year!

dVELO is once again participating in the annual Bike New York, the largest mass-cycling event in the United States. The 2014 Five Boro Bike Tour gives the 34,000 cyclists the unforgettable experience of riding 40 miles of traffic-free streets through all five boroughs starting in Manhattan then riding through Central Park, Harlem, Bronx, Queen, Brooklyn and ending in Staten Island.

Bike New York 2013 - Group PictureBike New York 2013

For the past six years, dVELO has held a special section near the front for all deaf-related participants. This year, dVELO has reserved 40 special passes for riders to go to the front of the pack right behind the VIP section. The rest of the riders will be with the estimated 32,000 riders in the back. Price to participate in the event will be the same as last year, $100 per cyclist. This is on a first come first served basis, dVELO members who have paid their $5 annual membership fee will get first opportunity to receive the special passes. Every year, since 2007, these special spots sell out quickly and we expect the same this year.

What is the $5 annual membership fee and what are the benefits? Here at dVELO we work hard to keep you informed about rides that are fun and exciting. The membership fee, among other things, helps us to secure special passes for events such as as the 2014 Bike New York. It’s a great benefit and members get first priority to the passes.

Please visit our page (http://dvelo.com/history/history-participants-of-bike-new-york/) and to get a glimpse of Bike New York and to see how much fun we have.

If you are interested in participating in this event, contact Ralph Fernandez at info@dvelo.com The deadline to register is January 31, 2014.  SOLD OUT!

*See current participants (http://dvelo.com/history/history-participants-of-bike-new-york/)

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