Park City Cycling Festival starts June 21

Scheduled for June 21-July 2, the Park City Cycling Festival will feature the nation’s top riders at the junior, U23, elite, master and paralympic levels as they battle it out for national titles in road racing, time trials and criterium events throughout the 12-day span. As the epicentre of competitive cycling in America during this time, the resort town will play host to Olympic and world championship medalists, Pan American and national champions, and a collection of world-class riders in the elite divisions.

Competition opens Tuesday on Antelope Island State Park where many of the nation’s top athletes will compete in the time trial events. Several marquee names are confirmed for the elite men’s division including recently crowned USPRO Champion Chris Wherry (Durango, Colo.), 2003 U.S. National Champion Chris Baldwin (Boulder, Colo.), and 2004 U.S. Olympic Team member Colby Pearce (Boulder, Colo.). The elite women’s field features even more depth as 2004 Olympian and defending champion Christine Thorburn (Menlo Park, Calif.) highlights a list of distinguished riders that also includes perennial favourites Kristin Armstrong (Boise, Idaho), Kimberly Baldwin (Boulder, Colo.) and Amber Neben (Irvine, Calif.).

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