With the first of seven stages of the Amgen Tour of California to kick off in Long Beach this Sunday there’s a wide range of events you won’t want to miss, whether you’re an avid tour follower or bear a mild approval of the two-wheeled mode of transportation.
This week owner and presenter of the Amgen Tour of California, AEG announced the men’s and women’s cycling teams that are confirmed to race the 13th annual event to kick off in Long Beach on Sunday, May 13.
Local cyclists, Amgen Tour of California President Kristin Klein, Vice Mayor Rex Richardson, Long Beach “Bicycle Ambassador” Tony Cruz, Second District Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce and other officials revealed this morning the Long Beach Circuit for Stage 1 of the tour, to take place Sunday, May 13.
This spring, some of the world’s best male cyclists will land in Long Beach to start the first stage of the Amgen Tour of California on Sunday, May 13, 2018, tour owner and presenter AEG announced today.
Bicyclists took to the streets last Friday evening, organized by anonymous individuals through Critical Mass Long Beach in celebration of the first Critical Mass in Long Beach that took place in 2010.
The Bicycle Stand Race Club, a team comprised of six or so athletes and counting, is a shining example of what a local and independently owned business can bring to the community.
Hundreds of eager cyclists, including several Long Beach athletes, will be risking their collarbones racing at breakneck speeds around a closed course surrounding the Downtown Los Angeles Civic Center.