Tour de France on big screen Saturday

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Seattle area residents see the Tour de France twice on the big screen on Saturday — in the morning or the evening.

The morning live showing is sponsored by the Tyler Hamilton Foundation. It hosts a live simulcast of Saturday Stage 14 of the Tour de France at 51 Regal Entertainment Group theaters across the US and one Georgia Theater Company.

For more information or to sign up to attend this special event, please visit http://www.tylerhamiltonfoundation.org/ . The cost is $20.

In the Seattle area, the show starts at 5:30 a.m. in the Regal Auburn Stadium 17 Theatres at 1101 Super Mall Way, Suite 901, Auburn.

For other theaters, see the press release at VeloNews.

The 2005 “Live. Loud. Large: Tour De France Stage 14 on the Big Screen” is presented by the Tyler Hamilton Foundation, National CineMedia, and Outdoor Life Network (OLN), and is made possible by support from The National MS Society, Cliff Bar Inc. and Boston Market Catering. OLN, America's leading outdoor and adventure sports network, will provide the live satellite feed of the race from France.

Also in Seattle, the Cascade Bicycle Club is sponsoring the Cyclefest Outdoor Cinema from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday on a 45-foot screen at Magnuson Park (use the entrance at 7400 Sand Point Way, Seattle).

A food court and beer garden also will be open. In addition, the free event also features a bike expo.

More details on Cyclefest at Cascade Bicycle Club website.


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