Layton to Bountiful
Friday, Aug 04
- Start 9:10am
- Estimated Finish 1:45pm
Start Address: 465 North Wasatch Drive, Layton
Finish Address: 20 S Main St., Bountiful
- Layton (start) -- Spectator activities from 8-11:30 a.m. include vendor booths, food vendors, kids toys and activities, kids bike race, autograph alley, and fan viewing for the Utah Sports Commission Sprint line, expected between 11-11:30 a.m.
- Farmington (county seat) -- A Street Party will take place at 10 S. Main Street from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. There will be food trucks, face painting, chalk art on the sidewalk, Dartside dart-tag, music, Utah Highway Patrol’s seatbelt simulator, balloon artist and giveaways.
- Bountiful (finish) -- Festivities begin with live music at 10:30 a.m., followed by kid’s bicycle rodeo (enter to win two bicycles), an obstacle course for children and adults, and a second local band performing at Noon. Food vendors include Donut Kabobs, Coldstone Ice Cream, El Taco Cart, Taste of Polynesia and Pizza Pie Cafe.
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.
Davis County is quickly becoming a fan favorite for the Tour of Utah, with massive crowds and dynamic racing a staple of every year’s route. New for 2017 will be a stage start in Layton, which will provide spectators with two opportunities to view the race. Soon after the start, the race will travel through Hill Air Force Base for the first time, home of the F-16 and F-35 fighter jets. After traveling 53 miles along the rural roads of Davis and Weber counties, spectators will see the race pass through Downtown Layton for a second time, heading for the traditional two-lap finish in Bountiful. These nine-mile circuits include the two crushing climbs across the Bountiful Bench. The winner is going to be a strong rouleur who can get over the climbs and outkick those few remaining in the peloton.