Tour of Utah Preview Tour of Utah Spectator Guide – Get Ready to Watch from August 7-12, 2012 By Bill Cutting The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah has grown from a respected, amateur cycling race in to one of only four internationally-sanctioned, multi-stage, American pro cycling events in 2012. Boasting 545 miles of […]
The Tour of Utah yesterday released their provisional rosters. Levi Leipheimer, Jen Voigt, Chris Horner and other superstars will be racing. Click below to open the PDF. 2012 TOU Rosters provisional 8-1 See the related story on who is coming to race. http://www.cyclingutah.com/racing/road-racing/levi-dave-zabriskie-tyler-farrar-chris-horner-jens-voigt-among-top-riders-to-race-2012-larry-h-miller-tour-of-utah/ The Tour of Utah runs from August 7-12, 2012 throughout the […]
Levi, Dave Zabriskie, Tyler Farrar, Chris Horner, Jens Voigt Among Top Riders to Race 2012 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (Aug 1, 2012) – Fresh from the Champs-Élysées in Paris and Box Hill in London, a number of noted professional cyclists eye the Wasatch Front to compete in the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Race organizers confirmed team rosters today, which include three members of the Team USA road cycling […]
Construction update from UDOT: The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will be performing shoulder widening on the eastbound lane of SR-210 (Little Cottonwood Canyon Rd) from Tanner Flats to the Peruvian Lodge. Elements of the construction include: installation of ATMS conduit, new pipe culvert, new guardrail, new signage, and new paved shoulder surface. This shoulder […]
It’s no wonder that IMBA designated Park City as the first Gold-Level Ride Center in the country! Thanks to committed organizations like Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District (Basin Rec.), Park City Municipal Corp., Local Resorts, and many private landowners, the area is quickly becoming one of the best riding destinations in the country.
Raleigh-Clement Cycling sponsored a mid-summer cyclocross race at Deer Valley on July 24 in conjunction with the DealerCamp bicycle trade show, Duke booked a flight to Utah and lined up in a very competitive field.