The Tour de Donut bicycle race is a spoof on the Tour de France. The 32 mile route follows lightly traveled roads over rolling terrain. Riders must stop at two checkpoint stations (donut stops). Riders are awarded a 5 minute time credit for each donut eaten.
Every Fourth of July at the Nathan’s Famous flagship restaurant in Coney Island, Brooklyn, people gather by the thousands to witness the most unique sporting competition in the world. They flock to the corner of Surf and Stillwell to catch a glimpse of these hot dog eating legends and the celebration that is as uniquely American as it is Nathan’s.
Discipline: Hot dogs
Total prize purse: $40,000
This is a perfect beginner race that includes a pool swim with 50 meter lanes. It is early in the season and a great way to get involved in the sport as well as a good warm up race for veterans. Check it out: http://eventpowerli.com/mini-mighty-man-pool-triathlon/
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The Tour de Donut is a unique bicycle event, where your ability to eat donuts is just as important as your ability to ride your bicycle fast. The event is a mass start timed ride where riders visit donut stops and eat donuts. For each donut the rider eats during the ride (and keeps down) they have 5 minutes deducted from their ride time.
36 mile bicycle race a figure 8 course with a doughnut stop in the middle