The sixth stage of the seven-stage race starts at 11:35 a.m. at The Ranch before going through Windsor, Loveland, Carter Lake, up Buckhorn Canyon to Rist Canyon, Horsetooth Reservoir and then finishing in Old Town Fort Collins
I asked you on Saturday how you felt. I wanted to know if you thought that it was pretty cool or if you were frustrated with trying to get around NOCO. Well the results are in and again, I am proud to live in this kind and positive state. So what are the results about the USA Pro Challenge in you backyard? Come along with me....
Stage 6 of the 2013 USA Pro Challenge bicycle race charged through Northern Colorado Saturday afternoon. Thousands of fans and curious onlookers lined the 115 mile course and packed into Old Town, Fort Collins for the finish.
Stage 7 brought the 2013 USA Pro Challenge to an exciting conclusion with eight circuit laps around Downtown Denver. In another thrilling sprint finish, Peter Sagan took the final stage win (his fourth of the race) and Colorado resident Tejay van Garderen took home the Smashburger Leader Jersey.
Stage 6 of the 2013 USA Pro Challenge took the riders from Loveland to Fort Collins in an exciting day of riding that included the race’s last KOM competition. In a fast and furious sprint to the finish, Peter Sagan took the stage win and Colorado resident Tejay van Garderen held onto the Leader Jersey.
In a race against the clock, Tejay van Garderen of BMC Racing Team took home the win during today’s Stage 5 Individual Time Trial in Vail. The win solidified his lead and he will remain in yellow leading into the penultimate day of racing tomorrow as the riders travel from Loveland to Fort Collins.
National Bike To School Day was on May 8th, but Fort Collins is hosting the USA Pro Challenge on Saturday, making it the perfect time to inspire students to bike to school. So today (Friday, August 23rd), the day before race
The Queen Stage of the 2013 USA Pro Challenge lived up to its name as the riders traveled 102.9 miles from Steamboat Springs to Beaver Creek, tackling five KOM competitions and one sprint. In an uphill battle to the finish, Janier Acevedo took the stage and Tejay van Garderen claimed the Leader Jersey.
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