- Logan (start/finish) -- It’s the first day of the Harmons Healthy Living Expo for the Tour, located at 138 N. 100 East in the heart of historic downtown. Interactive displays and games begin at 8 a.m.
- Brigham City - A celebration for the Tour begins the night before Stage 2 with a free concert by Code Blue Revival, Tour of Utah T-shirt giveaway to the first 250 people, rock wall, face painters, fresh hot dogs and hamburgers for purchase.
Spectator parking may be limited surrounding the start and finish line footprints. We encourage you to bike and ride share whenever possible. Free bike valet is provided at most stage finish communities.
The Tour of Utah will start in northern Utah with a return visit to Logan and Cache County. Stage 1 will replicate the 132-mile route that was used in 2015. Starting in Downtown Logan, the race will head up beautiful Logan Canyon. After cresting the King of the Mountain (KOM) climb at 7,700 feet, the race will descend into Garden City and begin a 48-mile, clock-wise trip around turquoise-colored Bear Lake. The race will pass through the southeast corner of Idaho for a second time, turning off Highway 89 in St. Charles, and using Eastshore Drive to re-enter Utah on the eastern shores of Bear Lake. Riders hope to leave strong crosswinds behind as they return through Garden City for the short, but difficult, climb back up Logan Canyon. After a long descent on Highway 89 that passes Utah State University, riders will complete two downtown laps in Logan for an exciting finish on 100 East. The finishing circuits will favor a rider with strong technical skills and spectators will most likely enjoy a large field sprint.