Park City's Historic Main Street will be the start and finish site for the challenging and final Stage 7 of the Tour of Utah on Sunday, August 10, featuring some of the steepest climbs and fastest descents in pro cycling.
For the fourth year in a row, Park City will be the site of the start and finish for the final stage of the prestigious Tour of Utah bike race.
The Tour of Utah is considered the longest professional cycling stage race in North America. This year’s race will cover 753.8 miles with 57,863 feet of vertical gain during the seven days of racing. Teams of 16 riders will be tested during this race.
The Race Goes Through at 12 Host Cities
The Tour starts in south Utah and will continue north through 12 host cities in Utah and…