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POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
On Road Cue Sheets

Starting LocationRest StopsOptions


Most on road cue sheets will be in a landscape format and one page including all options. When there are many options available, they may be more than one page long.

Each on road cue sheet will list the ride at the top for quick reference and the official sunset time past which on road riding will not be supported. The page number for the cues sheets for each each day and the main numbers to call for emergency support - (877) TOUR-ILL [868-7455] or 911 will be listed on the bottom of the sheets.

Starting Location
There will be separate sets of on road cue sheets that originate from the event starting location, main lodging site, and/or supported hotel as appropriate. This is because the cumulative mileage for each day's ride depends on where you initially depart from.

Rest Stops
The rest stop cues are much larger than the other cues so you can quickly and easily see how far away the next rest stop is. The distance for each ride segment between each rest stop is also listed.

Options
The specific cues for each option are set apart from the other cues with separate sections and headers. When a specific option adds additional mileage onto the route, this additional mileage is specified on the option header so you can easily decide whether or not you want to do that option.

If an optional route ends by merging back with the main route the header states that you are resuming the ride on the main route and the cumulative mileage followed after each option will be the cumulative mileage of the shorter option.

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