Full route details announced for 2018 Tour of Utah
Organisers of the 2018 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah announced the full route details of the seven-day, 2.HC race that is scheduled for August 6-12. This year's event, which has confirmed the participation of five WorldTour teams, will include 857km of racing over 43,780 feet of elevation gain and nine classified climbs. The highest climb of the race comes on stage 1 near the ski resort town of Brian Head at 10,600 feet above sea level. The peloton will once again climb to the summits of Mount Nebo, Little Cottonwood Canyon and Empire Pass, the latter two classified as hors categorie. There will also be 13 intermediate sprint lines along this year's course. Stages 1 through 6 will include at least one intermediate sprint location each day, while there will be two sprints on stage 3 and three sprints on stage 4. The event is being held a week ...
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