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Will I be able to ride if I have not met the minimum fundraising level? No, all participants must have reached the minimums required to participate. If you are unsure of your minimum requirement, please visit the fundraising page at

Is check-in mandatory? Yes! This is the only way for you to receive your rider number, laminated spoke card with emergency numbers and purple wrist band.

How is parking being handled for the weekend? Parking will be available at Fairfield Inn & Suites/Courtyard by Marriott, 10150 Palm River Drive, Tampa, FL 33619 for those who want to leave a car over the weekend. There is no overnight parking at Brandon Hooters or surrounding posted areas. The Marriott World Center in Orlando has a $21.30 per car parking charge per night and valet parking is $30.89 per night. We do encourage you to car pool if possible.

What do we do with our luggage if we need it transported? Please arrive to the parking lot of the Fairfield Inn & Suites/Courtyard by Marriott, 10150 Palm River Drive, Tampa, FL 33619 by 6:15AM and look for the AAA van to drop off anything you need transported. If you desire parking or incidental charges, you must go to front desk and have a credit card swiped.

Should we arrive early? It is recommended that you arrive early to help avoid long lines at check-in and to obtain a parking spot.

What do I do with my cash and check donations that I have not turned in yet? Please bring your cash and check donations with you the day of the ride. We will have designated volunteers available to accept your donations and accurately log them to your account. It is very important that you have your donations recorded by a Cure on Wheels check-in volunteer to confirm all donations have been credited to your account accurately. Please do not turn them over to anyone and assume they will be logged later. In addition, we will have our credit card machine available.

Who should the checks be made payable to? Please make all checks payable to "Cure on Wheels" and be sure to note your name on the check memo line.

Do you provide food and drink for the riders? Yes, provide food and drink for the participants, however, you may want to have extra cash on hand if family or friends plan on joining you at any of the LAGBRAI party events.

What if I have friends or family who want to attend the LAGBRAI party events? For each person who is not registered to ride we are asking for a $50.00 donation to cover the cost to all or just one of the events. We will accept cash and credit cards at all the venues and a purple wristband will be provided.

When and where can I pick up my rider incentives (jersey) if I have qualified? We are asking all riders to wear the official jersey both days of the LAGBRAI ride. Jerseys may be picked up at the Brandon Hooters Friday night or at check in on Saturday. Due to order lead times we place the order once we know who qualifies. Instructions will be provided for pick up locations and times. We do keep fundraising open until November 30th to allow participants to continue fundraising for additional incentives.

How do I pick up my participation t-shirt? Participant t-shirts will be issued at the completion of Saturday's ride. Please plan on wearing your participation t-shirt during the party at Splitsville.

Can I register the day of the event and still participate? Yes! Just keep in mind that the fundraising minimums are required to ride.

Can I continue to fundraise even after the event is over? Yes! We highly encourage you to do so! We will keep the event open for a few weeks after the event to allow for more fundraising so those who did not reach their requirements can have more time. We will keep fundraising open until November 30th. At that time we will place our final orders for rider incentives.
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