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Fans, challenge highlight race for Charity

Steamboat Springs professional cyclist Amy Charity said her experience riding in the inaugural women's USA Pro Challenge was a cycling highlight.

Results for USA Pro Challenge from August 23, 2015

Stage Classification Place, name, team, from John Murphy UHC USA Taylor Phinney BMC USA Lucas Sebastian Haedo JHB ARG Travis Mccabe SSC USA

USA Pro Challenge 2015 - Stage 6 results

Loveland to Ft. Collins

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Charity strong in women's race

Steamboat Springs cyclist Amy Charity got a strong start to the women’s USA Pro Challenge on Friday and Saturday and after Stage 2 of the three-day stage race, she sat in 25th place.

2015 USA Pro Challenge results for Aug. 21, 2015

Men's and women's race results

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Charity 27th after Stage 1 of Women's Pro Challenge

Steamboat Springs cyclist Amy Charity got a strong start to the women’s USA Pro Challenge on Friday, competing in the Stage 1 time trial in Breckenridge.

USA Pro Challenge 2015 - Stage 3 results

Stage 3 — Copper Mountain to Aspen

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Fans party on Rabbit Ears Pass, bid farewell to USA Pro Challenge

Routt County residents and visitors said goodbye to the USA Pro Challenge in style Tuesday at the summit of Rabbit Ears Pass.

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Police, emergency responders report a smooth Stage 1

Police and emergency responders say Stage 1 of the USA Pro Challenge went as smoothly as they had hoped.

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Pro Challenge: Inside the Jelly Belly support vehicle

The Jelly Belly-Maxxis cycling team’s support vehicle was easily the most popular during Stage 1 of Monday’s 2015 U.S.A Pro Challenge. Sure, the small Mazda was colorful, as a Jelly Belly car should be, but the popularity had more to do with the team's willingness to hand out its Sports Beans — basically jelly beans for athletes — to anyone who wanted to drive close enough to get some.

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Brutal day awaits riders in Stage 2

Stage 1 was supposed to be the easy day, but it turned into a major test. Now riders in the 2015 USA Pro Challenge face another major hurdle — or a series of them, actually — in a climb-filled Stage 2.

A memorable day for bicyclists of all descriptions in Steamboat Springs

Lowell Conkle, 57, has avidly followed bike racing since the days when American Greg Lemond first won the Tour de France for the first of three times in 1986. However, Monday marked the first time he’d attended a road cycling race in person.

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