USA ProCycling Challenge

As Colorado gears up for the second USA ProCycling Challenge, cities statewide are adapting to some route changes. Last year, Colorado Springs hosted the Prologue with time trials through Garden of the Gods. This year, the race starts in Durango. KRCC’s Molly Sinnott has this look at what area businesses along the path of this year’s stage expect, and how agencies in Colorado Springs are approaching the change.

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