Start Address: 215 North Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Finish Address: 215 North Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
- The Expo will be located near North Main Street along 200 North. Demonstrations and activities will
begin at 11 a.m.
- A FanX super hero parade will begin at 11 a.m. at Rice-Eccles Stadium and end at Reservoir Park.
- Like past years, the race will pass Reservoir Park on three sides on each circuit, allowing for multiple opportunities to see the pros up close and at high speed. Enjoy food trucks, live entertainment with a disc jockey and spectator activities beginning at noon.
- Sprint to the Finish Kids’ Bike Race will be held at 1:00pm near the finish. Children ages five to 12 have the opportunity to race their bicycles near the finish line used by the pros at six race locations. Two great reasons to participate - it’s free and it’s fun! To participate, a parent or guardian must sign a waiver at the University of Utah Health exhibit in the KUTV 2 Healthy Living Expo. Make sure each child brings his or her helmet, closed-toe shoes and a bicycle! Registration ends 15 minutes prior to the race
Police will begin closing the roads to traffic on the circuit at approximately 12:15 p.m.
• Each lap is expected to take approximately 20 minutes for the pros to complete.
• Use a GREENbike to reach the course. Check the website for bike stations near the course - https://greenbikeslc.org/station-map
• Use Utah Transit Authority’s TRAX Blue Line or Green Line for easy access to course from the City Center stop (100 S. Main Street)
The Tour of Utah returns to Downtown Salt Lake City with a slightly new course. The start/finish line has moved from the Capital to Main Street with an amazing backdrop of the Salt Lake City skyline. The riders will tackle 10 laps of the 6.8-mile downtown course. The course will follow Main Street up to 500 North and through the old finish line from 2016 where Michael Woods won in dramatic fashion. The race will follow the traditional route through Bonneville Parkway to 11th Ave and down Virginia Ave through the University of Utah to South Temple, where the riders will turn up State Street to North Temple and to the uphill finish on Main Street. A Rouleur-type sprinter, the likes of Michael Mathews, Janier Avevado and Marco Canola are the favorites for the Salt Lake City stage.