The Tour of Utah is known as America’s Toughest Stage Race, and for good reason, this 7-day race covers more than 540-miles and ascends nearly 45,000’ of brutal Utah mountain roadway.
In Utah, the locals have a saying, “we live life elevated”.
And with one of the hardest editions on tap in it’s 14-year history, the Tour of Utah peloton is sure to gain a new respect for what it means to, “live life elevated!”
With that said, we are excited to announce that Coach Brian will be representing Big Wheel Coaching at America’s Toughest Stage Race as a member of the Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling Team.
The Tour of Utah starts Monday August 6th, so be sure to check it out and follow all the racing action!Photo Credit: The Tour of Utah
It’s a big honor and has taken many years of diligent work for Coach Brian to be able to race on a world-class stage as he is in Utah.
Which is why we are so excited to share that you can watch him while he works!
If you love world-class bike racing, you owe it to yourself to watch this years’ Tour of Utah.
You can follow all the racing action through these channels:
Fox Sports, FS2 Live Daily Coverage:https://www.tourofutah.com/race/tourtracker#schedule
Tour Tracker, Tour of Utah: www.tourofutah.com/race/tourtracker
For individual stage details, check out the Tour of Utah website: https://www.tourofutah.com/stages
Elevate/KHS Pro Cycling: https://www.facebook.com/elevatekhscycling/
With five-teams, as well as numerous riders at the start that are fresh of the Tour de France, this years race will be a “barn-burner” from start to finish!
The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling team riders have distinct blue and black jersey's that can be easily picked out in the Tour of Utah peloton! Photo Credit: Tour of Utah
Needless to say, Coach Brian and his Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling teammates are excited to showcase their small, but mighty team, on this world-class stage as they fight for results on the roads of Utah.
We hope you can follow the tour and cheer-on Coach Brian as well his Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling Team!
Until Next Time, Be Safe, Train Hard, And Have Fun!
Brian & Joy McCulloch
Big Wheel Coaching