Aug 6-11, 2013
Team Garmin-Sharp's Tom Danielson proved to be the veteran rider best suited to claim the overall prize at the 2013 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. The Colorado veteran battled his way up the infamous 10km Empire Pass climb into a 3-way horse race with Paco Mancebo of 5-Hour ENERGY and Janier Acevedo of the Jamis-Hagens Berman squad. The trio then plummeted down a nearly 12 percent final descent, where speeds reached upwards of 65 mph until turning up lower Main Street before tens of thousands of screaming, cheering fans. Mancebo and Acevedo took stage honors, but Danielson took the big prize.
Before, during and now, following the race, the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah has been making headlines around the world. Here is just a small sample of the coverage this extraordinary event has received from local, national and international print media. Click the link below to read all the articles. En español, haga clic aquí para ver el Tour de Utah en los títulos.
Tour Of Utah For Kids
Hey Kids! The Tour of Utah may be over for this year, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy all the cool things on our kids website. Check out a whole bunch of fun facts, course info, cool stuff about the riders, and neat stuff about bikes and bike racing. And it's brought to you by Mike and the Bike. It's a great way for kids of every age to follow the race, learn about cycling, and have lots of fun!
About The Tour
The 2013 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah has grown from a respected, amateur cycling race in to one of only four internationally-sanctioned, multi-stage, American pro cycling events. Boasting nearly 600 miles of racing and more than 40,000 feet of elevation gain across the state of Utah, the Tour showcases some of the most uniquely beautiful and challenging cycling terrain in North America.