Amgen Tour of California
Stage one of the men’s Amgen Tour of California breezed through Sacramento with a lot of excitement.
Britain’s Mark Cavendish powered past Slovakia’s Peter Sagan just before the finish line Sunday to win the first stage of the Tour of California.
Find out which streets to avoid this weekend.
Monday’s stage will end at Hutchins Street Square, where the city promises a large street fair featuring six wineries. Several business owners say they’re taking advantage of Lodi’s first time hosting the event.
Armstrong, now in her second retirement comeback, will join 24 women competing in Big Bear Lake in next Thursday in individual time trial to coincide with stage 6 of the men’s race.
Mike Testa with the Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau says the city had to pay between $150,000 and $200,000 to play host.
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Off of Highway 4, Jessica Van Ruiten’s family is about wine. Her grandfather started the award-winning winery after World War II. Now she’s ready to take the brand into the spotlight.
The Amgen Tour of California is returning to Sacramento, officials announced Monday.
Bradley Wiggins, the 2012 Tour de France winner, leads Dennis by 24 seconds with five stages left. Machado is third overall, trailing by 1 minute and 5 seconds.
Stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California rolled through Folsom on Monday, bringing thousands to the Gold Country. The event was a welcome boost to the economy of the region, bringing bucks to business owners.
Some key roadways and bridges in Folsom will be closed for Stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California today.