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Posted by: thepinetree on 05/11/2019 03:18 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 05/11/2019 03:18 PM
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The 2019 Amgen Tour of California Begins Tomorrow in Sacramento. Hwy 88 Traffic Impacted on Monday!

Los Angeles, CA...The 2019 Amgen Tour of California will be the longest and most challenging in its 14-year history, with details announced by AEG, owner and presenter of America’s only UCI WorldTour race. Throughout seven stages over seven days (May 12-18, 2019), the world’s elite professional cyclists will contest mountain roads, highways and coastlines from Sacramento to Pasadena. The 773-mile course through 13 Host Cities will ante up 14 Sprints, more than 68,000 feet of elevation gain and 25 King of the Mountain (KOM) climbs, the most in race history, and a fan-favorite Mt. Baldy summit finish. More than half of the seven stages feature 120+-mile courses.











With seven new courses between them, the Amgen Tour of California Women's Race empowered with SRAM will run concurrently May 16-18, using many of the same routes as the men’s course. Also the longest women’s race in event history, the 177.8-mile, three-stage road race course will see the athletes climb more than 20,800 feet, including eight QOMs.

The Amgen Tour of California is designed to cover varied terrain, with opportunities for sprinters, climbers and general classification riders to shine throughout the week. Presented by Visit California, a visual overview of the men’s and women’s courses is viewable at www.amgentourofcalifornia.com.

“The Amgen Tour of California is the pinnacle of cycling in America. The 2019 race course is incredibly demanding – there’s more climbing and more long road days than ever before. With the best of the best in cycling coming to California to contest it, we are in for another memorable race,” said Kristin Klein, president of the Amgen Tour of California and executive vice president of AEG Sports. “We look forward to shining a spotlight on the beauty of California and the dedication of these athletes for fans, in person and via the worldwide broadcast, in what will be one of the most exciting sporting events in the country this year.”

Covering part of the 2019 Amgen Tour of California course on the steep hills of Mt. Baldy near Los Angeles, the annual L’Etape California by Le Tour de France public ride will return to Southern California this spring to take cycling enthusiasts on a mountain adventure. Riders of all levels can experience the essence of the Tour de France one month before the watching the professionals attack the Alps. Participants can expect spectacular views, peaceful twisting roads, and an abundance of climbing in this year’s edition. Save the date of Sunday, June 9, 2019 and stay tuned for more details on registration opening on February 20, 2019. Visit the website www.letapecalifornia.com to sign up for the mailing list and be notified of event details as they are released.

2019 AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA ROUTE ANNOUNCEMENT PRESENTED BY VISIT CALIFORNIA

MEN’S ROUTE: 773 miles / 1,244 km WOMEN’S ROUTE: 177.8 miles / 286 km
May 12-18 (7 Stages)

KOMs: 25

Elevation Gain: 68,374’

Sprints: 14

May 16-18 (3 Stages)

QOMs: 8

Elevation Gain: 20,803’

Sprints: 3

STAGE 1 PRESENTED BY AMGEN
SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2019
SACRAMENTO
88.9 miles / 143 km
KOMs: None
Elevation Gain: 200’
Sprints: Winters, Sacramento
Expected Outcome: Field sprint

Sacramento is known as one of the most sports-friendly cities in the country, and this year will mark its 10th time hosting the race. Stage 1 will begin with the men rolling out of Sacramento across the iconic Tower Bridge, passing through West Sacramento, then hugging the Sacramento River into the city of Woodland. From there, the race will travel across several rural roads in Yolo County. A quick dash and sprint in the Town of Winters will see the race turn east and heading back downtown for the fast finish.

This 88.8-mile stage is a sprinter’s paradise, and a rare day of no KOMs and no elevation gains. Race fans waiting near the finish in the shadow of the State Capitol Building will be rewarded with the peloton barreling down L street for three loops around the infamous Sacramento circuit. Sacramento has never failed to deliver one of the most exciting race finishes on the World Tour Calendar.

STAGE 2 PRESENTED BY VISIT CALIFORNIA
MONDAY, MAY 13, 2019
Rancho Cordova to South Lake Tahoe
120.9 miles / 194.5 km
KOMs: 6
Elevation Gain: 14,522’
Sprints: Placerville, Luther Pass
Expected Outcome: Select group

The Amgen Tour of California welcomes the City of Rancho Cordova as a new stage host. While the start is just a 15-minute drive from the Stage 1 finish, this day of racing will be the polar opposite of Stage 1. The stage will start at sea level. By the end of the day, the racers will have amassed nearly 15,000’ of climbing over 121-miles of racing. Heading east from the start, the route will follow White Rock Road through El Dorado Hills then connect with the Stage 6 course from 2018. Once again, racers will enjoy the huge crowds and warm hospitality in Placerville before heading onto the picturesque Mormon Emigrant Trail and Hwy 88, one of the most beautiful roads in California where the peloton will zip through lush forests and past bass-laden lakes.

They will also encounter some serious elevation. The KOM at Carson pass tops out at 8,620’, the highest point the race has ever reached in its 14 years. A long descent will allow the riders a short rest, but a left turn onto Hwy 89 will take them to the top of Luther Pass and into South Lake Tahoe. For those that have raced to South Lake Tahoe in previous years, they know that a brutal finish up the steep roads to the Heavenly ski area finish looms ahead.

STAGE 3 PRESENTED BY TAG Heuer
TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2019
Stockton to Morgan Hill
128.6 miles / 207 km
KOMs: 6
Elevation Gain: 9,667’
Sprints: Mines Road, San Jose
Expected Outcome: Field sprint

The City of Stockton returns for its third stage start, near the waterfront and Stockton Arena. After a circuit through town, the race route will wend its way through the city as it heads southwest toward Morgan Hill. This will not be a recovery day for some weary legs in the peloton - within 20 miles, the riders will face “the Wall” on Patterson Pass Road, the first of five climbs and 10,000’ of climbing.

Heading east of Livermore, the riders will turn onto Mines Road and toward the HC climb up Mt. Hamilton. Over the next 22 miles of climbing and descending, the racers will encounter two climbs with a total of 25 switchbacks and two very technical descents with another 25 hairpin turns. Local racers claim that descending Mt. Hamilton can be more challenging than the ascent. The race will then return to the eastern slopes of San Jose and into Morgan Hill, site of the 2018 time trial stage. Spectators will line the streets as they await the teams to tee up their sprinters for a classic field sprint to finish near the Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center.

STAGE 4 PRESENTED BY LEXUS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2019
Raceway Laguna Seca to Morro Bay
132 miles / 212.5 km
KOMs: 3
Elevation Gain: 11,758’
Sprints: Hwy 1, San Simeon
Expected Outcome: Field sprint

It has been five years since a southbound route on Hwy 1. In 2017, a monstrous landslide dumped more than 1 million tons of dirt and rocks onto a .25 mile stretch of the iconic Hwy 1 south of Big Sur. This stage will be a celebration of a massive achievement by Caltrans to reopen the iconic coastal stretch.

After a short climb out of the start at Laguna Seca, the race will pass through Seaside, Monterey and Carmel. Hwy 1 typifies the beauty of the state and features a gentle rolling landscape that drivers may not register, but the cyclists will certainly feel the 11,758' of climbing on this stage. Past Ragged Point, the course will flatten out for the second sprint of the day in San Simeon.

A fan-favorite, the Morro Bay finish will follow the route from 2017, where Peter Sagan won the sprint finish. After passing through Morro Bay State Park, riders will get their first glimpse of the iconic Morro Rock. A right turn off the Embarcadero, with Morro Rock over their shoulders, will put the racers onto a steep sprint to the finish on Harbor Street.

MEN’S STAGE 5 / WOMEN’S STAGE 1 PRESENTED BY LEXUS
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019
M: Pismo Beach to Ventura | W: Ventura
M: 135.8 miles / 218.5 km | W: 60 miles / 96.5 km
KOMs: 5 | QOMs: 5
Elevation Gain: 9,681’ | Elevation Gain: 4,885
Sprints: Orcutt, Ventura | Sprints: Ventura
Expected Outcome: Field sprint

This stage will highlight the best of San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties, which have long been the cornerstone of the Amgen Tour of California. The men’s race will return to Pismo Beach for its third race start. With the beach and refurbished pier as the backdrop, the race will head south on Hwy 1 through Grover Beach, Oceano and Guadalupe, with the first of two sprints in Orcutt. Within a few miles, the race will reach Foxen Canyon and the home of countless world-class vineyards and wineries. As the race leaves the vineyards and jumps onto Hwy 154 in Los Olivos, the riders will enter the feed zone to replenish some calories. Ahead lays the grueling category climb up San Marcos Pass. A wicked fast descent into Santa Barbara will put the race onto Hwy 192 and through the heart of the storm and fire damage from late 2017 and early 2018, where state, county and local agencies have worked tirelessly to repair roads and replace bridges.

After leaving Hwy 192, the stage’s final two categorized climbs lie ahead on Casitas Pass. The finish will be within a few miles once the cyclist enter Ventura, which hosted its first stage last year. Riders will contest the final sprint at the summit of a short 12% climb up Fero Drive. The final miles to the Ventura finish line will be intense as the teams set up their sprinters for a field sprint along the Pacific Ocean.

Meanwhile, the women will contest a relatively short but punchy day of racing with five QOMs. The out and back course starts and finishes in Ventura. The final 35 miles is the same route the men will use coming into Ventura for their Stage 5 finish later in the day.

MEN’S STAGE 6 / WOMEN’S STAGE 2 PRESENTED BY VISIT CALIFORNIA
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2019
Ontario to Mt. Baldy: Queen Stage
M: 79.2 miles / 127.5 km | W: 46 miles / 74 km
KOMs: 3 | QOMs: 2
Elevation Gain: 14,040’ | Elevation Gain: 8,416
Sprints: San Antonio Heights, Glendora | Sprints: Glendora
Expected Outcome: Select group or individual

This stage has seen legends made and winners decided. After four consecutive stages averaging 130 miles per day, the riders would normally look forward to a 79-mile stage with only three climbs…but not with Mt. Baldy looming! This “Queen Stage” is compared to the epic stages of the European Grand Tours. It is very possible that the winner of the 2019 Amgen Tour of California will be decided on the final 15 switchbacks to the Mt. Baldy finish. A return to the mountaintop finish that thrilled so many fans in 2011, 2012, 2015, and 2017, this is the top training ground for many Southern California racers. Only a handful have done the entire route, but after the 2017 race, this is now one of hottest Strava segments in the U.S.

This will be the fourth time the City of Ontario has hosted the men’s Mt. Baldy stage, and the first time the women will contest it. The race will begin at the Citizens Bank Arena. Because of the complexities of men’s and women’s races sharing an “out and back” course, the women will use a slightly different route to Mt. Baldy. The final 20.5 miles of their course is the same to reach the common finish.

This year’s route will head north into the cities of Rancho Cucamonga and Upland. From there, the riders will start an 11-mile climb to the Village of Mt. Baldy. After an acute left, the racers will face another mile of climbing up Glendora Ridge Road to the first of three monster KOMs. They will cover 12 miles of narrow and twisting roads that lead to a fast and technical descent down the backside of Glendora Mountain Road. Riders and fans alike can expect spectacular vistas throughout the Angeles National Forest. Another descent down East Fork will take the riders to Highway 39 and the town of Azusa. Heading east, they’ll race through the outskirts of Glendora.

A left turn onto the locally infamous Glendora Mountain Road (GMR) will invite the peloton to a grueling 9-mile climb to the second KOM of the day followed by 12 miles of a slight climb back to Mt. Baldy Village. A left turn back onto Mt. Baldy Road will see the race gain 1,000‘ in three miles, before the real climbing has even started! At Ice House Canyon, the route will make a hard left turn where the sign to the ski area points toward the sky. Over the next 2.5 miles, the riders will face 10 switchbacks on a road that is so steep the team busses cannot make it to the top. With 1.2 miles to go, the road will straighten out but still climb at 15%. At .25 miles to go, the route will make a hard left and the racers will face the final five switchbacks to the finish line.

MEN’S STAGE 7 / WOMEN’S STAGE 3 PRESENTED BY AMGEN
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2019
SANTA CLARITA - PASADENA
M: 87.6 miles / 141 km | W: 71.8 miles / 115.5 km
KOMs: 2 | QOMs: 1
Elevation Gain: 8,506’ | Elevation Gain: 7,502
Sprints: Acton, Angeles Crest Highway | Sprints: Acton
Expected Outcome: Field sprint

Santa Clarita and Pasadena have a storied tradition of hosting the Amgen Tour of California grand conclusion. While this may look like an easy stage on paper, there will be challenges from start to finish as teams protect their GC riders from attacks and set up their sprinters to win the stage. The race’s traditional start in Santa Clarita will be at the Town Center Mall. The route will then turn north out of the city on Soledad Canyon Road, through the Antelope Valley, to the first sprint of the day in Acton. Turing onto Aliso Canyon Road, the riders will work their way onto Angeles Forest Hwy and into the Angeles National Forest. It will be downhill as the riders pass Redbox and Mt. Wilson. A quick dash through La Canada Flintridge will take the race down Rosemont Avenue. Just as they began the week with three Capitol circuits during Stage 1 in Sacramento, the riders will blaze around three circuits of the Rose Bowl to conclude the race.

Following the awards ceremony, the Rose Bowl will be hosting the inaugural Rose Pedalopen streets event, where attendees can cycle, run, or walk the closed course and participate in fitness activities for the remainder of the day.

In addition to lining the race course, fans of all ages will once again have the opportunity to experience the race as a VIP from an all-inclusive hospitality tent or through once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. To learn more visit: https://www.amgentourofcalifornia.com/vip-experiences. VIP Hospitality Passes for stage starts and finishes are available at: https://www.axs.com/amgen2019. For questions, please contact sales@amgentourofcalifornia.com.

About the Amgen Tour of California
The Amgen Tour of California and the Amgen Women's Race empowered with SRAM are Tour de France-style cycling road races created and presented by AEG. Running concurrently, the races challenge the world's top professional cycling teams to compete along demanding courses that traverse hundreds of miles of California's iconic highways, byways and coastlines each spring. The teams chosen to participate have included Olympic medalists, Tour de France contenders and World Champions, and award important, world-ranking points to the top finishers. For more information visit the Amgen Tour of California on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or www.amgentourofcalifornia.com.

About Amgen
Amgen is committed to unlocking the potential of biology for patients suffering from serious illnesses by discovering, developing, manufacturing and delivering innovative human therapeutics. This approach begins by using tools like advanced human genetics to unravel the complexities of disease and understand the fundamentals of human biology.

Amgen focuses on areas of high unmet medical need and leverages its biologics manufacturing expertise to strive for solutions that improve health outcomes and dramatically improve people's lives. A biotechnology pioneer since 1980, Amgen has grown to be the world's largest independent biotechnology company, has reached millions of patients around the world and is developing a pipeline of medicines with breakaway potential.

About AEG
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, AEG is the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company. With offices on five continents, AEG operates in the following business segments: AEG Facilities, which is affiliated with or owns, manages or consults with more than 150 preeminent arenas, stadiums, theaters, clubs and convention centers around the world including STAPLES Center, The O2 Arena, the Sprint Center and the Mercedes-Benz Arenas; AEG Presents, which is dedicated to all aspects of live contemporary music performances, including producing and promoting global and regional concert tours, music and special events and world-renowned festivals; AEG Real Estate, which develops world-class venues, as well as major sports and entertainment districts like STAPLES Center and L.A. LIVE; AEG Sports, which is the world’s largest operator of sports franchises and high-profile sporting events; and AEG Global Partnerships, which oversees worldwide sales and servicing of sponsorships including naming rights, premium seating and other strategic partnerships. Through its worldwide network of venues, portfolio of powerful sports and music brands, AXS.com ticketing platform, AXS cable television channel and its integrated entertainment districts, AEG entertains more than 100 million guests annually. More information about AEG can be found at www.aegworldwide.com.


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    Re: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
    Posted on: 2019-05-12 08:25:06   By: Anonymous
     
    Hi HAHA Man.
    Well dirty news why the democrats are really trying to get Trump now to silence him (but it's too late) is
    Barr is or has started an investigation on the DNC AND how all of this collusion fantasy started. Many
    believe it was from Hillary herself . It seems President Obama and the DNC took Trump's running not
    serious enough. This is what happens when the American people are fed up with lies from both
    political parties. All of these career politicians who leech off of the taxpayers AND becoming millionaires,
    they're pretty much in it for themselves, their own agendas.
    At one time our Politicians we elected
    into office served US, as in, you and me. Sadly those days are gone. But when Trump ran, he won
    because he wanted to keep Americans safe, especially at our own home. People crossing illegally at
    our border is...illegal. Add to the fact, he wanted to ''drain'' the swamp, and it's not just one party.
    So I hope Barr does this investigation, but I'm wondering who would be the lead investigator?
    The democrats had high hope for Mueller, but there was no collusion....and funny how all the
    evidence the democrats said they had must of vanished. I guess just like the ''Golden Showers'' with
    the prostitutes. If that's another democrat story to turn the voters against republican, I hope Barr's
    investigation proves this with ''evidence'' not like the democrats ''evidence'' which was nothing
    what-so-ever but fabricated BS. Who ever did all of this should be stripped of everything from
    what they gained while elected and put in prison. This is why we really need more non politicians
    to run, to find all of these corrupt officials and really start to drain the swamp.

    Ans to all of our WONDERFUL LADIES, HAPPY MOTHERS DAY!!!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2019-05-11 17:24:14   By: Anonymous
 
Hey Gavin they need to pay a road tax! For the inconvenience.

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    Posted on: 2019-05-12 12:51:31   By: Anonymous
     
    It needs to be moved to a less populated state, Wyoming would be perfect for it.

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Posted on: 2019-05-12 07:58:17   By: Anonymous
 
Elevation Gain: 68,374’? Wow, I hope they have an oxygen tank or two

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    Re: /\/\ elevation gain 68K
    Posted on: 2019-05-12 09:23:26   By: Anonymous
     
    That's total. If you ever notice with these hiking websites and bike riders that is the TOTAL elevation gain of all the feats.

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