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  1. 1. Landmark Group – Platinum Sponsor 2702 Douglas Omaha, NE 68131 402.553.8111 Landmarkmg.comWith the experience of being one of the largest Property Manage-ment companies in Nebraska, Landmark Group delivers perfor-mance and professionalism in the Omaha Real Estate market. As afull service Omaha Real Estate company, Landmark Group offershouses for sale, houses for rent, apartments for rent, as well as a fullhost of commercial and brokerage services. Our team of experi-enced Agents are ready to help you find a home that fits your per-fect needs. If you are not ready to purchase a home, you can learnmore about our unique Rent to Buy program exclusive to Landmark. Greenstreet Cycles is where sales, service, and rentals meet an enthusiasm for people and bicycles unlike any you will find in Omaha. Greenstreet Cycles is located in North Down- town and specializes in commuting and urban cycling. 1310 Mike Fahey Street Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 505-8002 Greenstreetcycles.com Greenstreet Cycles – Platinum Sponsor
  2. 2. Community Advocates p. 10 Not all companies and organizations are able to makePlatinum Sponsors financial contributions, but they offer their passion, excitement and sup- port. The value these community partners have added to Landmark Groups Race to re:Cycle is invaluable.Gold SponsorsSilver Sponsors Race 2 re:Cycle Sponsors p.1
  3. 3. Thank You Participants p.2 Thank you for registering for the 2011 Race 2 re:Cycle charity bike ride for Habitat for Humanity Schedule of Events presented by Landmark Group. We are excited and proud to host the longest Tri-State Relay in Friday May 13th, 2011 the Midwest and honored that you have chosen to participate in this epic event.Expo 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Barleys As youd imagine, Landmark Groups Race 2 re:Cycle is an enormous undertaking that requiresBike Inspections- 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm at BarleysSafety Presentations- 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm at Barleys hundreds of volunteer hours, tons of energy and enthusiasm, and thousands of dollars to pro- Saturday May 14th, 2011 duce. We are grateful for the sponsors who have supported the Race 2 re:Cycle this year -- we5:30 am - Relay Participants Check-In at Millers Landing literally could not do this without them!6:00 am - Tri-State Relay Begins at Millers Landing A number of companies and organizations have become sponsors by making in-kind and/or1:00 pm - Childrens Trike Ride at Millers Landing financial donations in support of Landmark Groups Race 2 re:Cycle. In the process, they have1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Family Fun Ride Late Registration at Millers Landing1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Family Fun Zone Activities at Millers Landing taken a stand for both recycling and building an active lifestyle within the Omaha community. We  FREE Massages from Dr. Welbes Natural Health Clinic! applaud their commitment to the cause and we acknowledge, with gratitude, their dona-  FREE Face painting from Landmark Group! tions. When considering your business needs, we hope you will choose these outstanding com-  Play soccer with Happy Feet! panies!  Vitamin D education from Ashley Lynn’s Tanning! Please also join the Landmark Group in saying thanks to the numerous volunteers and aid station  Recycling trailer from Keep Omaha Beautiful will be pre- organizers who have so graciously given their time to help us execute this event. Their assistance sent! You can bring the following items to recycle: Paper, Aluminum, Cardboard, Plastic and support is critical to keep everyone going over such a long distance and time.  Drinks served at River City Star- 1 FREE drink for partici- I would also like to say THANK YOU to the Race 2 re:Cycle Committee who made this event a pants over 21 and cash bar for additional purchase- Beer & reality. Dave Paladino, Steve Filips, Jenna Sabarini and Mary Jo Navarra generously volunteered Well Drinks Available2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Family Fun Ride begins at Millers Landing countless hours over the past 4 months to help organize and plan this event.8:00 pm Tri- State Relay Course Closes Whether participating with a team or riding the full 172 miles solo, we know that most of you are8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Awards Ceremony at Ricks Boat Yard cycling farther than you ever have gone in one day. Congratulations on such a great achieve- ment! We are keeping our fingers crossed for a windless day. Good luck, Cyclists, and have a safe trip through the great Midwest! We hope you all enjoy this unique experience and we can’t wait to see everyone at the post awards ceremony at 8:00 pm at Greatwesternbank.com Rick’s Cafe Boatyard. Schedule of Events p. 9
  4. 4. Proceeds Benefit Habitat for Humanity p. 81. Safety must be the single most important concern of everyoneconnected with the race.2. All racers and riders must sign Release of Liability prior to the Founded in 1984, Habitat for Humanity of Omaha is a grassroots organi-race. This is available when registering online. zation that builds and renovates houses, forges community partnerships and breaks down barriers. Habitat Omaha partners with families that3. Racers, riders and vehicles must obey all traffic laws, includ- need safe and affordable housing. We eliminate vacant lots and aban-ing stopping for lights and stop signs. doned homes in the blighted areas of North and South Omaha while im- proving the overall appearance of our community.4. Attendance at a Pre-Race Meeting is mandatory for the 172 mile Our homeowners are required to complete 350 hours of Sweat Equityride. Pre-Race meetings will be held in conjunction with the race before purchasing their homes through 25 or 30-year no-interest mort-expo and packet pick-up on Friday, May 13. gages. Through Habitat Omaha, more than 300 families have realized the dream of homeownership and are ending the cycle of poverty for their5. The Race Directors have the authority to alter these rules based children. In 2011, Habitat Omaha will build or renovate 31 homes.on extenuating, unforeseen, and/or unusual circumstances. The Race For more information, visit Habitat for Humanity of Omaha’s website,Directors have ultimate authority in regards to all rules, their inter- www.habitatomaha.org.pretation, and their enforcement.6. Racers/riders will wear a properly fastened ANSI-approved Dales Trash Service – Platinum Sponsorhelmet at all times when on bikes.7. Each bicycle ridden by a racer must be presented for pre-raceinspection. Inspections will be held in conjunction with the race 19212 Military Roadexpo and packet pick-up on Friday, May 13. Please see the safetysection of the website for the required items for the bike Bennington, NE 68007inspections. (www.omaharace2recycle.com) (402) 238-28758. No ipods, walkmans, CD players, or headphones are allowed. Safety
  5. 5. Safety 9. Ride on the right, pass on the left. Announce your presence loudly when overtaking a slower rider. 10. Support vehicles may not travel in front of a racer within 50 yards. 17002 Marcy Street, Suite 120 Center Trophy Omaha, Nebraska 68118 Union Jack Screen Printing 11. Both the Family Fun ride and the 172 mile endurance race/ride Signature Signs are unsupported. There are aid stops along the route, but there is no (402) 330-4711 Keep Omaha Beautiful maintenance. All riders are expected to be self-sufficient. www.frontbank.com Firstar Fiber Jennifer Edney 12. Drafting is prohibited. Racers must maintain a distance of 10 Jennifer Walsh yards from one another, except when passing, or riding alongside one Alex Sok another as described below. Don FensterFremont County Missouri Department of Transportation 13. There are no requirements as to how much time or how manyMills County Iowa Department of Transportation miles each team member must ride. However, all riders must haveAtchison County River City Star reached Rockport, MO by 2:30 pm.City of Omaha Rick’s Boatyard CafeOmaha Parks & Recreation Barley’s Omaha 14. One rider from each team (or the individual rider), must check inCity of Bellevue Little Caesars Pizza at the turn-around point in Rockport, MO. Each team (or rider) mustCity of Glenwood pick-up the verification item at Rockport and have it on their personCity of Bartlett when they depart Rockport and when the team crosses the finish lineCity of Hamburg at Millers Landing.City of RockportConAgra 15. Stay on the course. Both rides are a out and back course. FollowGallup 15130 Concord Circle course directions posted, signs and roadway marks.Scheels Morgan Hill, CA 95037Oh-K Fast Print **Race/ride ends at 8 pm . This is an average of 12.3 mph for (877)808.8154 the course. www.specialized.com Thank You For Your Support! p. 7
  6. 6. Aid Station Sponsors p.6 Thank you to the following companies for donating supplies to help stock the Aid Stations! WithoutBellevue, Nebraska (6:45 am - 7:15 pm)101 Mission Avenue East their support, this event would not be possible.Bellevue, NE 68005(Corner for Franklin and Mission)Glenwood, Iowa (7:30 am - 6:15 pm) 13750 Millard AvenueCaseys General Store Suite 201502 South Locust StreetGlenwood, IA 51534 Omaha, NE 68137(Corner of Nuckolls & Locust Street) 402.991.9596Bartlett, Iowa (8:30 am - 6:00 pm)The Wilds RV & Golf ResortFrom I-29 take the Bartlett/ Tabor Exit/ Exit #24(On the West Side of the Interstate)Hamburg, Iowa (9:30 am - 4:00 pm)Great Western Bank1020 Main StHamburg, IA 51640 Aid Station Organizers Omahahappysoccerfeet.com(Corner of East Street & Washington Street) 402.932.5571 Bellevue, Nebraska – Olde Towne Bellevue Glenwood, Iowa– Landmark GroupRockport, Missouri (10:30 am - 2:30 pm)Memorial Park Bartlett, Iowa– Dino’s StorageRockport, MO 64482 Hamburg, Iowa– Great Western Bank(Corner of S. Country Club Drive & Parkview Drive) Rockport, Missouri– Rockport Chamber of Commerce Aid Station Locations & Times p.5