Spectator Information


Where to view the Race

On August 18, there is no bad place to watch the race! Watch the riders pass you 3 times on their circuit race – or bicycle to different areas to watch the race from different vantage points  — most of the course is paralleled by bike paths! Bike Path Map

Aspen

There will be many prime locations to watch the race in Aspen for both the Official Start of the race and the start of Stage 2. Check out the route map to help you choose where to watch.

The VIP Tent on Main Street is the place to watch the race in style, learn more.

Snowmass

For the Official Start there will be many places to watch the circuit race in Snowmass Village and it’s outskirts! How about – Owl Creek Rd. and Brush Creek Rd. in Snowmass Village – it is the first King of the Mountain location (and a tight corner)!

 

TV Coverage

NBC Sports Group will present 23 hours of coverage of the third annual USA Pro Challenge, a seven-day professional cycling race that features the world’s top riders. Live daily coverage begins Monday, Aug. 18, at 4 p.m. ET on NBCSN and continues over seven days of competition. Coverage begins with a preview show hosted by NBC Sports Group’s cycling announcer Phil Liggett on Sunday, Aug. 17, at 7:00 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network. The final two stages of the race will air live on NBC and NBCSN through Saturday and Sunday.

Aspen Schedule: (All times EST)
Monday, August 18
U.S.Pro Challenge Stage 1 – Aspen Circuit Race, 4 p.m., NBCSN
Tuesday, August 19
U.S.Pro Challenge Stage 2 – Aspen to Mt. Crested Butte, 3:30 p.m., NBCSN

 


Where to camp

Aspen

For Information on camping in Aspen click here.

Snowmass

There are no designated campgrounds in the Town of Snowmass Village.

 

Call the US Forest Service at 970-925-3445 for more details or click here for information on camp ground locations in Aspen/Snowmass.