About the Tour

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The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah

The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is a 2.HC-rated event and the only multi-day stage race in North America on the UCI ProSeries. Showcasing some of the world’s best teams and cyclists for seven days in August, this event attracts worldwide attention as the top international cycling event following the Tour de France.

The Tour of Utah is free to all spectators, making professional cycling one of the most unique professional sports in the world today. In 2019, the field featured 115 riders from 17 teams, attracting 400,000 spectators during race week, 21 hours of national television coverage and reaching more than 400 million homes via broadcast around the world plus live start-to-finish coverage on Tour Tracker.

Now in its 16th year, the week-long Tour of Utah has earned the reputation as “America’s Toughest Stage Race,” combining Utah's abundant natural beauty and thriving fan community with the challenges of constant elevation changes and difficult mountain climbs and ascents.

The 2019 event crowned Ben Hermans of the Israel Cycling Academy as its champion, and EF Education First captured the team title after covering 477 miles of racing and 37,882 feet of elevation gain. Past General Classification champions have included Sepp Kuss (2018), Rob Britton (2017), Lachlan Morton (2016) and Joe Dombrowski (2015) along with stage winners such as Tejay Van Garderen, Cadel Evans, Chris Horner, Travis McCabe, Brent Bookwalter, Marco Canola, Giulio Ciccone, Rob Carpenter and Levi Leipheimer through the years.

The Tour of Utah is the premier destination for cyclists each August and has become a summer standard and statewide showcase.