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2012 El Tour de Tucson by the numbers and map

The 2012 Edition of El Tour de Tucson saw 6,207 cyclists cross the finish line for the 42, 60, 85 or 111 mile versions of the event before the official 6 p.m. cutoff time.

Check out the map showing where all of those 6,000 cyclists can from and a few other interesting numbers.

6,207: Number of cyclists who finished before the 6 p.m. cutoff time.

97: The difference between last year’s 6,304 cyclists who finished to this year’s total.

903: The number of different hometowns the riders came from

16: The number of minutes faster the Eric Marcotte rode this year’s El Tour de Tucson compared to last year.

27 percent: The percentage of finishers who were women.

55 percent: The number is finishers who live outside of Pima County

9,718: The number of miles (as the crow flies) from the Perth Australia, the hometown of Stephen Howell.

1 comments
Kyle McGuinness
Kyle McGuinness

Where is the most important number? the dollars raised in fundraising efforts for the charities?