Gran Fondo Hincapie-Fort Worth Announces Nonprofit Partner and Presenting Sponsors

Posted On December 13, 2018 / Lifestyle

FitWorth

The Fort Worth event will donate proceeds to FitWorth. Righteous Foods, BaylorScott&White, and UNT Health Science Center will serve as presenting partners of the event.

Gran Fondo Hincapie is pleased to announce that proceeds from the Fort Worth ride occurring March 30, 2019, will benefit FitWorth, a family-focused initiative tasked with promoting healthy and active lifestyles through an individualized and sustainable approach to community wellness. FitWorth specializes in community-wide health education and hosts annual events like the Mayor’s Challenge and the Tour de Fort Worth.

Says Mayor Betsy Price, “It’s a natural fit for FitWorth to be selected as Gran Fondo Hincapie-Fort Worth’s community partner. FitWorth is driving positive change and leading the way in making Fort Worth a more active and healthy city. Fort Worth is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the nation, so we’re excited to welcome the Gran Fondo.”

Adds Noah Drew, director of FitWorth, “We are very excited to have been named Gran Fondo Hincapie-Fort Worth’s community partner. FitWorth works to help families get out and be active, and cycling is the perfect lifelong activity for everyone. We know that our community is going to love participating in this event.”

Assisting Gran Fondo Hincapie-Fort Worth in putting on the event are local companies Righteous Foods, BaylorScott&White, and UNT Health Science Center.

“We’re extremely thankful to these local businesses for supporting the event,” says Rich Hincapie, CEO of the Hincapie companies. “The city of Fort Worth has really embraced  us, so giving back through FitWorth is our way of returning the favor.”

“This ride is going to be big,” says retired professional cyclist George Hincapie. “To see the community coming together for this event is really exciting. We’re looking forward to the inaugural ride!” 

About Gran Fondo Hincapie

Gran Fondo Hincapie is a series of cycling events comprised of 15-, 50-, and 80-mile rides.

The series is known for a high-end customer experience defined by personal attention and luxury.

The original Gran Fondo Hincapie, located in Greenville, SC. and now in its seventh year, has topped charts and received stellar reviews, acclaimed for the cycling celebrities in attendance, as well as its careful attention to safety, on-site viewing screens, course and segment timing, live tracking and streaming, live bands at the rest stops, and free family festival. The series now hosts events in Chattanooga, Fort Worth, and Boise, along with the flagship ride in Greenville, SC.

The Gran Fondo Hincapie series is among the many companies within the Hincapie brands, which also include Hincapie Sportswear, Hincapie Custom, Hotel Domestique, Experience Domestique, Restaurant 17, and the professional Hincapie Racing team.

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