Communities across the state are getting ready to welcome the top cyclists in the world for the second annual USA Pro Cycling Challenge. The cycling race begins Monday in Durango where many locals are excited but also uncertain whether it’ll mean a boost to businesses.
Today marks the start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, a seven-day professional bike race that will broadcast images of Colorado to about 200 countries. It also marks the finish line for the 12 cities hosting the event, which have spent months and thousands of dollars preparing to welcome the traveling road show.
Communities across the state are gearing up for the second annual USA Pro Challenge cycling race that begins on Monday, August 20th. Race CEO Shawn Hunter says it will bring some of the biggest names in cycling to compete in Colorado.