Come Cheer on the World’s Top Cyclists at Colorado’s Largest Spectator Event - the 2014 USA Pro Challenge!
“America’s Race” will be taking place this year from August 18th – 24th. One of the top five races in the world takes place right here in the beautiful surroundings of the Colorado Rockies. It is also one of the largest cycling events in the history of the U.S. and Colorado’s largest spectator event bringing fans and fun from all over the world.
With epic climbs over 12,000 feet it is by far the hardest race with relentless grades, steep high altitudes, and rough roads. There will be over a million of the craziest spectators and fans pulling for and cheering on these top athletes. Colorado’s economy will be boosted by millions of dollars all due to the USA Pro Challenge.
Here is the week’s schedule for the 2014 USA Pro Challenge:
Stage 1: Aspen
Stage 2: Aspen to Crested Butte
Stage 3: Gunnison to Monarch Mountain
Stage 4: Colorado Springs
Stage 5: Woodland Park to Breckenridge
Stage 6: Vail
Stage 7: Boulder to Denver
Three host city hotels, Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, The Gant in Aspen, and Hotel Boulderado in Boulder have come together to offer the Stay, Spectate & Save experience for anyone wishing to be a part of this amazing event. This promotion includes overnight accommodations, a complimentary room upgrade, a $40 dining credit and two hotel logoed water bottles. More information on this promotion can be viewed on our website.
Located less than four miles from Colorado Springs, the stage 4 location of the race, Cheyenne Mountain Resort offers you a relaxing and unique setting nestled in the beautiful Rocky Mountains with their spectacular views. Review our website for more information on our resort or call us at 800.588.0250.
Cheyenne Mountain Resort sends out a warm welcome to all the athletes and spectators traveling to Colorado for this history making event. We also would like to wish all the cyclists the best of luck. See you at the 2014 USA Pro Challenge!
Image Credit: USA Pro Challenge