Category: Amgen Tour of California

For years, the race showcased a battle between Tour de France superstars, and guys from your local group ride or your college team.

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We already miss this American stage race, which drew a top-tier field, since 2006.

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As it does every year, pro cycling produced an amazing array of photography in 2019. Our editorial team sifted through hundreds of images from various cycling photographers to come up with our favorite photos from the 2019 season for our annual VeloNews Awards Issue. Here are our selections from the year in racing:

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New Zealand star saw first-hand how much impact the Tour of California carried for riders, teams and sponsors alike.

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We wrap up the key stories you need to know about from the past week.

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Levi Leipheimer says his three Amgen Tour of California wins had a greater impact on his career—and his life after cycling—than any other results.

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On this week’s episode we take a deep dive into the Amgen Tour of California’s cancellation for 2020, and speak with Tejay van Garderen about the race’s significance.

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The Amgen Tour of California’s best battles involved riders on U.S. domestic teams as they battled against the sport’s biggest stars.

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For Americans and pros alike, the Tour of California was a race unique on the calendar both on and off the bike.

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Teams and riders lament the one-year ‘hiatus’ of the California race that leaves a high-profile vacuum on the U.S. calendar

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