• Amgen announces route through Monterey

    The City of Monterey, host city for the Stage 4 start of the Amgen Tour of California, unveiled the route professional cyclists will take through Monterey.
    The world’s top cyclists will gather Wednesday morning, May 14 in downtown Monterey for an 11:50 a.m. start on Alvarado Street. Cyclists will turn right on Franklin Street, riding past the Monterey Sports Center; left on El Estero and right on Del Monte Avenue, past Window-on-the-Bay and the Naval Postgraduate School; right on Hannon to Highway 1 and then ride 100 miles to Cambria.
    The popular race will not go through Pacific Grove and will bypass Santa Cruz, which played host last year.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 21, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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