In many ways, I don’t want to go back to the Tour ever again.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (June 5, 2013) – Rolling through Bryce Canyon National Park and two national monuments for the first time, the 2013 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah professional cycling stage race will be the longest and most difficult in its nine-year history. The August 6-11 event will challenge some of the world’s […]
I strolled into a Walgreen’s pharmacy with my giant teammate Tom Zirbel late Saturday night ahead of the recent USPRO Championships in Greenville, SC looking for knee-high pantyhose.
By David Ward (From our August 2011 issue) Can I just say it? Awesome. The 2011 Tour de France was simply awesome. There was so much to like, and so little to complain about. If one anticipates July of each summer for the thrill of following the Tour, this year it delivered. There was the […]
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (April 4, 2013) – Volunteer registration launches today for the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah professional cycling stage race. Close to 2,000 volunteer positions in a variety of roles and locations are available during race week, August 6-11, 2013. This year, “America’s Toughest Stage Race begins in southern Utah for the […]
I walked into that hotel room an anti-doper; I walked out of it a seasoned professional ready to do what was required of me. There was no torment or confusion in my mind. I now knew that that in a few weeks I would be doping for the first time. It felt like a massive burden had been lifted off my shoulders. I was now a professional through and through, with bigger responsibilities than my own personal belief system.
After years of sticking close to its Salt Lake City headquarters, the Larry Miller Tour of Utah is branching out. And in doing so, America’s Toughest Stage Race will expose some of the world’s best cyclists to even more of the world’s most stunning scenery.