Cylance Pro Cycling announced today its participation in the “Hardest Stage Race in America”, the Larry H, Miller Tour of Utah from July 31 to August 6. The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is a 7 day stage race that crosses the entire state with notoriously difficult mountain ascents and high elevation.
The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah began in 2004 and is one of five UCI sanctioned multi-stage cycling events in North America. In this year’s edition, the race will begin in Logan and conclude in Salt Lake City. The event will navigate around the state of Utah making stops in Layton, Snowbasin Resort, and Bountiful.
- Stage 1: Logan
- Stage 2: Brigham City to Snowbasin Resort
- Stage 3: Big Cottonwood Canyon
- Stage 4: South Jordan City
- Stage 5: Layton to Bountiful
- Stage 6: Heber Valley to Snowbird Resort
- Stage 7: Salt Lake City
The 2017 additions to the race include new host cities that have not been a part of the race in the past, including Brigham CIty, Big Cottonwood Canyon, South Jordan, and Layton. In addition to new stops along the way, the individual time trial has returned to the event and will climb Big Cottonwood Canyon on the third stage.
“Its an honor to have our team invited to the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah and it feels like a bit of recognition for all of the effort the team has put into making 2017 a special season for us,” added Director Sportif, Hilton Clarke.
Cylance Pro Cycling will be motivated to animate this iconic race and is proud to be included in the selected teams to compete. Stay tuned for the roster announcement and the team’s preparation as they #bringthegreen to the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah in 2017!