- Saturday, May 18, 2019
America’s Greatest Cycling Race
The Amgen Tour of California is a Tour de France-style cycling road race that challenges the world’s top professional cycling teams to compete along a demanding course that traverses hundreds of miles of California’s iconic highways, byways and coastlines each spring. The teams chosen to participate have included Olympic medalists, Tour de France contenders and World Champions.
MEN’S STAGE 7 / WOMEN’S STAGE 3 PRESENTED BY AMGEN
Saturday, May 18, 2019
This stage shares a common start and finish for the women and men, with two slight differences. Whereas the women will come straight up Angeles Forest Highway to Angeles Crest Highway, the men will turn on Upper Tujunga to add mileage and one final climb. The women conclude the day first, coming to the finish line and completing one lap. Just as they began the week with three Capitol circuits during Stage 1 in Sacramento, the men will blaze through three circuits of the Rose Bowl to conclude the race. Following the awards ceremony, the Rose Bowl will be hosting the inaugural Rose Pedal, open streets event, where attendees can cycle, run, or walk the closed course and participate in fitness activities for the remainder of the day.
10:00 am – 2:30 pm
Designed to provide healthy lifestyle and cycling-related experiences, the Lifestyle Festival is a great event that provides a day of entertainment for fans of all ages. The Lifestyle Festival serves as the central hub for fans to interact with exhibitors and other enthusiasts as they wait for the cyclists to cross the finish line. The daylong festival will feature cycling products and demos, cancer awareness education, family activities, food, and entertainment. Visitors can congregate among fellow race watchers, take in live music, grab lunch or a beverage in the Michelob Ultra Beer Garden and watch the race live on outdoor video screens. A free bike valet will be available at the Lifestyle Festival.
2:00 pm – 8:00 pm
For the first time ever, fitness lovers and families can participate in the Amgen Tour of California in a whole new way. After the Men’s and Women’s Races finish, the 5K loop around the Rose Bowl Stadium will remain open for guests to run, walk and bike freely without vehicle traffic. Take in the serenity of Pasadena’s 5-star park, The Greens, while participating in fitness and health classes led by Orangetheory Fitness, Stadium Fitness and more! The Rose Pedal provides participants with the opportunity to feel like an Amgen Tour of California finisher, train like a champion, eat some of the best food in Southern California and give back to the community with EF Education First’s Build-A-Bike Workshop.
2:00 pm – Rose Pedal Begins (the greens)
2:30 pm – Cara Carrillo Orange Theory Fitness Class (stage)
2:30 pm – Bikes building EF starts (EF bike shop)
3:00 pm – Indigo Fitness- Spindigo (stage)
3:15 pm – Kids Ride Begins (5A driveway)
3:30 pm – Kasey Dreier Bask and Being Yoga (stage)
4:00 pm – Run With Us Pasadena Running Clinic (stage)
4:30 pm – David Liston Stadium Fitness (stage)
5:30 pm – Drew Girton High Intensity Interval Class presented by Crossfit Pendulum (stage)
6:00 pm – Core Power Yoga (the greens)
Watch the race live with the premier Tour Tracker app presented by Microsoft featuring up-to-the-minute, comprehensive information. The app can be downloaded free of charge via iTunes and Google Play→.
Hotels for Amgen Tour of California
There are many hotel options near the stage 7 finish line in Pasadena, whether you prefer the grandeur of the Langham Huntington Pasadena; the modern boutique accommodations at Hotel Constance; or the reliable comfort of the Westin; or the proximity of the Courtyard Marriott, Residence Inn Marriott, Hilton, or Sheraton. More→
2019 Race Dates
⯈Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women’s Race begins Thursday, May 16 in Ventura and concludes on Saturday, May 18 in Pasadena.
⯈Amgen Tour of California Men’s Race begins Sunday, May 12 in Sacramento, and concludes on Saturday, May 18 in Pasadena, California. Details→
Stage 1 Women’s Overall Start | Thu, May 16 | Ventura
Stage 2 Women’s Start | Fri, May 17 | Ontario
Stage 3 Women’s Start | Sat, May 18 | Santa Clarita
Stage 3 Women’s Overall Finish | Sat, May 18 | Pasadena
Stage 1 Men’s Overall Start | Sun, May 12 | Sacramento
Stage 2 Men’s Start | Mon, May 13 | Rancho Cordova
Stage 2 Men’s Finish | Mon, May 13 | South Lake Tahoe
Stage 3 Men’s Start | Tues, May 14 | Stockton
Stage 3 Men’s Finish | Tue, May 14 | Morgan Hill
Stage 4 Men’s Start | Wed, May 15 | WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
Stage 4 Men’s Finish | Wed, May 15 | Morro Bay
Stage 5 Men’s Start | Thu, May 16 | Pismo Beach
Stage 5 Men’s Finish | Thu, May 16 | Ventura
Stage 6 Men’s Start | Fri, May 17 | Ontario
Stage 6 Men’s Finish | Fri, May 17 | Mt. Baldy
Stage 2 Women’s Finish | Fri, May 17 | Mt. Baldy
Stage 7 Men’s Start | Sat, May 18 | Santa Clarita
Stage 7 Men’s Overall Finish | Sat, May 18 | Pasadena
Areas along and adjacent to the route will be impacted by street closures and no parking zones. Please plan accordingly and review the public access map. For questions regarding street closures prior to the event call (626) 795-9311.On event day, call (626) 397-4141.
Areas along and adjacent to the route will be marked as “No Parking- Tow Away Zones.” Please adhere to the dates and times posted. All zones will be enforced. Generally, any cars parked along the course after 8 am on Saturday, May 18 (unless earlier restrictions are posted on signs), will be towed. All other parking restrictions will apply.
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