The queen stage of the 2015 Tour of California will be a ball buster of epic proportions, climbing 11,600 feet over just 80 miles from Ontario to the top of Mt. Baldy. I rode the stage a couple years back as part of the L'Etape du California sportif ride, and can assure you this would be at home in any Grand Tour. Here's a closer look at the stage that could decide the 2015 race.
What does it take to withstand 110-degree heat, conquer 8 days and 750 miles of grueling California roadways, and rise above the world’s top professional cycling teams? Resolve in the face of pain. Talent. Guts. And drive.
Photo Report: Our photographer Darrell Parks was on the moto today braving the odd near death experience to bring us some more fantastic images from California as Tyler Farrar refound that winning feeling.