PAYSON, August 8, 2013– A valiant solo attack by Lachlan Morton (Australia) wasn’t expected to last. But the Team Garmin-Sharp rider made his move with nearly 25 miles to race and crossed the finish line alone and will wear the Larry H. Miller Dealerships yellow jersey with a thrilling victory in Stage Three presented by […]
he longest stage of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah might have been 131 miles long, but Orica GreenEdge’s Michael Matthews only needed a bike length to take the win in Stage Two and slip into the yellow jersey. Matthews, second a day earlier in Cedar City, survived the epic journey from Panguitch to Torrey along the scenic Highway 12 byeay and outsprinted BMC Racing Team’s Greg Van Avermaet.
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Tour of Utah Stage 1. Brian Head to Cedar City By Jared Eborn August 6, 2013 – Cedar City, Utah – Attacking with one kilometer to go isn’t typically the best strategy in a bike race. There’s simply too much distance left to race to stay off the front. Greg Van Avermaet’s attack wasn’t typical. The […]