Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah | Kids Out and About Salt Lake City

Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah

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301 West South Temple
Salt Lake City , UT , 84010
Phone: 801-325-7000
40° 46' 5.6028" N, 111° 54' 4.6008" W
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The Tour of Utah is a professional bicycle race. The route includes some of Utah's most beautiful and challenging areas--southern utah red rock to park city and the tough rocky mountain hill-climbs.

The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is one of only fie UCI-sanctioned, multi-stage, North American pro cycling events in 2014. Showcasing some of the world's most prestigious teams and cyclists for seven days in August, this event now attracts worldwide attentionas the top international cycling event that follows the Tour de France. Nearly a decade since its opening circuit, the Tour of Utah stands shoulder to shoulder with the most prestigious, professional bicycle stage race events as our answer to the greatest cycling challenges the world has to offer.

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. 

Without a doubt, the Tour of Utah has achieved world-class status. Our eent not ony represents a forum for showcasing athletic perfection, but communictes a broader message: how individual attention to personal health and physical activity at every age will lead to a stronger, healthier society.

In addiction to just watching the race, there are opportunities for adults, families, and youth groups to volunteer along the course and see the athletes up-close while serving the community. Visit www.tourofutah.com/experience/volunteer for more information and to register to volunteer.

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