Colorado Classic announces 2020 host cities

The overall top three celebrate on stage 4 of the 2019 Colorado Classic
Chloe Dygert wins 2019 Colorado Classic (Image credit: Jonathan Devich/

Organisers of the 2020 Colorado Classic announced Monday the cities that will host this year's edition of the race set to take place from August 27 to 30. The four-day women's race will travel to Snowmass Village, Avon, Boulder and Denver.

"We are thrilled to have such a strong line-up of communities for the 2020 event. Each market offers a notable connection to pro cycling, an ideal landscape for competitive racing and a strong commitment to bringing unique and engaging events to their community," said Lucy Diaz, CEO of RPM Events Group, LLC. 

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