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USA Pro Cycling Challenge Stage 5

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Racers turn onto U.S. Highway 40 during Stage 4 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Saturday. Photo by Tom Ross

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Racers turn onto U.S. Highway 40 during Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Saturday. Photo by Tom Ross

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Bob Dapper leads the caravan out of the start on horseback during the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Steamboat Springs on Saturday. Photo by Tom Ross

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Brent Bessey/Courtesy

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About half-way to the west summit of Rabbit Ears Pass. Kate Alexander/Courtesy

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Peloton leaving Steamboat, climbing Rabbit Ears Pass. Kate Alexander/Courtesy

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Daniel Macias/Courtesy

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G. Reynolds/Courtesy

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The leading edge of the peloton pedals up Rabbit Ears Pass above the Yampa River Valley on Saturday outside Steamboat Springs. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Paracyclist Delmon Dunston signs an autograph on the back of six-year-old Sal Malone's jersey at Saturday's STARS charity ride party in Little Toots Park. Dunston had raced in Friday's events and was on hard for Saturday's charity event before heading back to his home in California. Photo by John F. Russell

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Hand cyclist Dane Pilon going up Rabbit Ears Pass before the pros. Lee McShane Cox/Courtesy

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A breakaway of five leading the peloton up Rabbit Ears Pass. Lee McShane Cox/Courtesy

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The peloton going up Rabbit Ears Pass, including Mountain Leader: Walter Pedraza, Andy Schleck, Tejay Van Garderen and Levi Leipheimer. Lee McShane Cox/Courtesy

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Start of the fifth stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Saturday in Steamboat Springs. Larry Pierce/courtesy

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Peloton going up Rabbit Ears Pass on Saturday. Lee McShane Cox/Courtesy

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Just warming up for the start of Stage 5. Eric Luck/Courtesy

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A breakaway group works its way up Rabbit Ears Pass on Saturday in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A fan heads up Rabbit Ears Pass ahead of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Riders climb Rabbit Ears Pass on Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Cedar Beauregard

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Steamboat fans wait for the riders halfway up Rabbit Ears Pass. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Daniel Summerhill, of Team Garmin-Cervelo, signs an autograph Satuday before the Stage 5 start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Christian Vande Velde, of Team Garmin-Cervelo, signs an autograph Satuday before the Stage 5 start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Colorado State Patrolmen get instruction before the start of Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A breakaway group works its way up Rabbit Ears Pass on Saturday in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Ready for the start of Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Saturday in Steamboat. Eric Luck/Courtesy

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Heading onto Mount Werner Circle on Saturday. Eric Luck/Courtesy

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Cruising before starting up Rabbit Ears Pass. Eric Luck/Courtesy

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Thanks, USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Come back soon. Eric Luck/Courteys

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Riders as they make the sharp right turn onto Steamboat Boulevard. James Arnold/Courtesy

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Riders cresting the hill before turning onto Mt. Werner Circle on Saturday. James Arnold/Courtesy

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Montiel on Rabbit Ears Pass. Helen Bruellman/Courtesy

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The Picking family celebrating the water bottle given to them by a team car. Parents Andy and Lynn, children Drew, Izzy and Sophie. Lee McShane Cox/Courtesy

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Riders coming up Rabbit Ears Pass. Kate Alexander/Courtesy

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Spectators crowd around the Rabbit Ears Pass west summit on Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Tour. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Spectators surround a rider at the Rabbit Ears Pass west summit on Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Tour. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Rafael Anibal Montiel reaches the top of Rabbit Ears Pass first on Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Tour. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Spectators look up at a helicopter Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Tour. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Spectators wait for riders to arrive at the Rabbit Ears Pass west summit on Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs resident Cindy Ptach waits for the riders to arrive at the Rabbit Ears Pass west summit Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A helicopter flies over as the riders approach the top of Rabbit Ears Pass on Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Tour. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Tennessee resident Tim Thompson cheers on spectators as they climb Rabbit Ears Pass on Saturday for the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Riders reach the Rabbit Ears Pass west summit on Saturday during the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Honey Stinger Kids- Grace and Curtis Zanni. Kate Alexander/Courtesy

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Matthew Spidell/Courtesy

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Richard Berkley/Courtesy

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Cyclists cruising over Rabbit Ears by Dumont Lake. Jeff Hall/Courtesy

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Steamboat fans during the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Brent Bessey/Courtesy

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Jens Voight and cowboy at USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Chuck Coffey/Courtesy

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