Bicycle racing offers its fans more opportunity to get
close to the action than does any other professional sport. Accessibility to athletes along with a “free admission” model puts riders and spectators eyeball to eyeball before, during and after the event. Recognizing this unique opportunity, the Larry
H. Miller Group of Companies has committed itself, for nearly a decade, to underwriting the Tour of Utah with significant financial and human resources. Thanks to a conservative, professional approach steeped in decades of major league sports management experience, combined with relationships throughout the sporting world, the Miller organization has supported the growth of an unparalleled athletic spectacle
that showcases the best of Utah’s diverse natural beauty,
and the very best side of its people and culture.
Stage 1 of the 2013 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah kicks off from 9,600 foot Brian Head Resort base, and finishes in Cedar City, a.k.a. “Festival City, U.S.A.” Stage 2 travels from tiny Panguitch, Utah past two National Parks, over Boulder Mountain to even tinier Torrey. Stage 3 races from Richfield to Payson through the heart of Utah’s high desert ranches and farms. It’s on toSalt Lake City in Stage 4 for a repeat of 2011’s brutal downtown circuit race. Stage 5, the “Queen Stage” winds its from Snowbasin Resort near Ogden, to another Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort finish. Stage 6 reprises the epic 2012 Park City to Park City route that featured some of the steepest climbs and fastest descents in pro cycling.
Stage 1: Brian Head to Cedar City
Stage 2: Panguitch to Torrey
Stage 3: Richfield to Payson
Stage 4: Salt Lake City circuit race
Stage 5: Snowbasin Resort to Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort
Stage 6: Park City to Park City
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