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These are photographs of the 2017 AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA Professional Bicycle Race. This was the Men's Tour's twelfth edition with seventeen racing Teams, each with eight riders. In the days prior to the Men's Tour was the Women's Tour of California race. Both the Men' and Women's Tour's are part of their perspective UCI World Tour competition, the highest ranking in professional cycling.

The Woman's Tour was four days and the Men's Tour was seven, with the final race in the Women's Tour occurring the same day as the first race in the Men's Tour, in Sacramento, California. Photographs of the competition in Sacramento include both the first race of the Men's Tour and the final race of the Women's Tour, with the Awards ceremony that covered both races.

At the bottom of these photographs are links to the collections from the 2008 through 2016 AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA collections.

If you would like to investigate purchasing rights to any of these photographs, the instructions you need are on the main STOCK page linked to below. There are many more photographs of the Men's Tour available, due to time constraints only a few of the best are presented here. If you would like another photo of the race, racers or teams just ask and I can see if I have a photograph that covers your interest.

This page is arranged according to the Stages:

STAGES 1 & 4, SACRAMENTO
STAGE 2, MODESTO TO SAN JOSE
STAGE 3, PISMO BEACH TO MORRO BAY
STAGE 4, SANTA BARBARA TO SANTA CLARITA
STAGE 5, ONTARIO TO MOUNT BALDY
STAGE 6, BIG BEAR LAKE TIME TRIAL
STAGE 7, MOUNTAIN HIGH TO PASADENA
                  and the AWARDS CEREMONY



STAGES 1 & 4
SACRAMENTO

Stage 1 of the Men's Tour both started and finished in Sacramento. The route went almost 104 miles through the Central Valley south of Sacramento, with three laps around the Capitol area before finishing the race. The Stage had two Sprint competition points but nothing for the King of the Mountain competition.

Stage 4 of the Women's Tour was a Criterium style race with 20 laps around the Capitol area (the same route used by the Men's finishing laps) for a total distance of 43.5 miles. There was one Sprint competition at the Start/Finish line on the 15th lap, but nothing in the Queen of the Mountain competition.

The Men's race started first with the Women's race happening 'inside' the Men's. There was only one Awards Ceremony which occurred after the Men's race and mainly split the two race's Awards except for the final Women's and first Men's Point Standings (Jersey awards).


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The Start/Finish line near the Capitol in Sacramento

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MEN'S RACE

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US National Champion Gregory Daniel, Trek Segrefredo, being interviewed before the Stage

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World Champion Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, being interviewed before the Stage

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The start of Stage 1, 2012 TOC Champion Robert Gesink, Lotto Jumbo, closest to the camera, World Champion, Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, on the other side of the street

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Marcel Kittel, Quick Step Floors, winning Stage 1 with Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, on his wheel finishing second

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WOMEN'S RACE

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The premier racers of the Women's Tour during the National Anthem before the start of Stage 4

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The Start of the Women's Stage
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AWARDS CEREMONY

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Marcel Kittel, Quick Step Floors, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the Stage and taking the lead in the Tour

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The podium of the Men's tage 1, Marcel Kittel, Quick Step Floors, first, Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrobhe, second and Elia Viviani, Sky, third

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The winner of the Women's Tour, Anna Van der Breggen, Boels Dolmans Cycling Team

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The podium of the Women's Stage 4, Giorgia Bronzini, Wiggle High5, first, Coryn Rivera, Team Sunweb, second and Kirsten Wild, Cyclance Pro Cycling, third

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In winning the Womens Tour Anna Van der Breggen, Boels Dolmans Cycling Team, became the overall leader in the UCI Women's World Tour

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The Jersey winners of the Women's Tour and the Men's Stage 1 (l-r); Queen of the Mountain Katie Hall, UnitenHealthCare, Floris Gerts, BMC, Best Young Rider, Arlenis Sierra, Astana, Best Young Rider, Marcel Kittle, Quick Step Floors, Leaders Jersey and Sprint Leader, Anna Van der Breggen, Boels Dolmans Cycling Team, winner of the Women's Tour, Rushlee Buchanan, UnitedHealthCare, Most Courageous Rider, Ben Wolfe, Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis, Most Courageous Rider

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STAGE 2
MODESTO TO SAN JOSE

The race from Modesto to San Jose was relatively short at 89.8 miles, but what it lacked in distance it made up for in difficulty with five categorized climbs, two category 3, two category 2 and the HC category Mount Hamilton that hits 4,180 feet. The difficulty of this Stage broke up the standings after Stage 1, and set the pace for the rest of the Tour with fifteen racers ending the Stage within one minute of the new Leader, Rafel Majak, Bora hansgrohe. At the start in Modesto the racers made two parade/warm up laps around downtown Modesto before heading out across the Central Valley and the official start point about two miles out.

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The premier Racers at the front of the Peloton at the start of the Stage including Marcel Kittel, Quick-Step Floors, winner of Stage 1 in the Leaders Jersey

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The start of the Stage, the first lap around downtown Modesto

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The start of the Stage, the first lap around downtown Modesto

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Marcel Kittel, Quick-Step Floors, leading the Peloton in the laps around downtown Modesto

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The Peloton heading out of downtown Modesto onto the course across the Central Valley

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Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, leading George Bennette, Lotto Jumbo, in the sprint to the finish

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Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, winning the Stage ahead of George Bennette, Lotto Jumbo

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The Jersey wearers after Stage 2 (l-r); George Bennette, Lotto Jumbo, Most Courageous, Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, King of the Mountain, Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, wearing the Leaders Jersey and holding the Sprint Jersey, Lachlan Morton, Dimension Data, in the Most Courageous Rider Jersey

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STAGE 3
PISMO BEACH TO MORRO BAY

While Pismo Beach and Morro Bay are fairly close together, this Stage was almost 120 miles long. After leaving Pismo Beach the route headed south down the Santa Maria Valley to loop around Santa Maria and Orcutt where it then headed inland into the Sierra Madre Mountains for a short distance to have a King of the Mountain climb. It then headed back into the Santa Maria Valley where it remained to go through San Luis Obispo before heading to the finish at Morro Bay.

The finish in Morro Bay was at the end of a gradual climb which made this Stage a sprinters race won by Peter Sagan, Bora hangrohe, the racer with the most Stage wins in the history of the Tour of California and the reigning World Champion.

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Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, being interviewed before the Stage

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Several of the premier racers lined up at the front of the Peloton before the start of the Stage (l-r), Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, wearing his World Champion Jersey, Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, in the Leaders Jersey, Robert Gesink, Lotto Jumbo, 2014 TOC winner, and Gregory Daniel, Trek Segrefredo, in the US National Champion Jersey

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The Start of Stage 3 in Pismo Beach
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A five man Breakaway on Foxen Canyon Road outside Orcutt

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The five man Breakaway on Foxen Canyon road outside Orcutt (front to back), David Lozano, Novo Norsidk, Danny Pate, Rally Cycling, Sean Bennett and Ben Wolfe, Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis, and Federico Zurlo, UAE Team Emirates

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The Peloton on Foxen Canyon Road 5 minutes behind the Breakaway

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The Peloton on Foxen Canyon Road being lead by Juarj Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, brother of Peter Sagan also with Bora hansgrohe

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Race Leader Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, eating a power bar on Foxen Canyon Road just past Orcutt

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Peter Sagan winning the uphill sprint to take the Stage in Morro Bay. Rick Zabel, Team Katusha Alpencin, who came in second is hidden behind Peter, Simone Consonni, UAE Team Emirates, came in third

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Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, receiving the spoils of victory for remaining in the lead of the Race

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Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the Stage

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The Stage 3 Podium, Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, winner of the Stage, Simone Consonni, UAE Team Emirates, second and Simone Consonni, UAE Team Emirates, third

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The Jersey wearers after the Stage (l-r), Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, in the Sprint Jersey, Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, in the King of the Mountain Jersey, Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, in the Leaders Jersey, Lachlan Morton, Team Dimension Data, in the Best Young Rider Jersey, and Ben Wolfe, Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis, in the Most Courageous Rider Jersey

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STAGE 4
SANTA BARBARA TO SANTA CLARITA

This Stage was a moderate incline race from the Start in Santa Barbara to the Finish in Santa Clarita. After leaving Santa Barbara the route climbed the Santa Inez Mountains for three King of the Mountain climbs before dropping into Santa Paula after which it then climbed into the South Mountains for another King of the Mountain climb. After the short stretch in the South Mountains the route then followed the Santa Clara River Valley up to the Finish in Santa Clarita.

A five man break-away formed early and gained a maximum 9 minute lead over the Peloton. This lead was slowly whittled down by the Teams wishing to turn this Stage into a Sprinters race. But they weren't able to catch the break-away which crossed the finish 13 seconds ahead of the Peloton.

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Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, in the Sprint Jersey being interviewed before the Stage

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Peter Sagan, in the Sprint Jersey, and Rafal Majka, in the Leaders Jersey, talking before the start of the Stage. Both race for Bora hansgrohe

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The Start of Stage 4
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The five man Breakaway racing through Santa Paula, they had about an 8 minute lead at this point of the race. The racers in the Breakaway were Rob Britton (in the front) and Evan Huffman of Rally Cycling, Gavin Mannion, UnitedHealthCare, Mathias Le Turnier, Confidis, and Lennard Hofstede, Team Sunweb

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Rob Britton, Rally Cycling, leading Gavin Mannion, UnitedHealthCare, as they race through Santa Paula

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The Peloton being lead by Marco Mathis, Team Katusha, racing through Santa Paula as they try to chase down the Breakaway

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Marco Mathis, Team Katusha, leading the Peloton through Santa Paula. Right behind Marco was Gregory Daniel, Trek Segafredo, US National Champion

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Tour leader Rafal Majka and Maciej Bodnar, both of team Bora hansgrohe, in the middle of the Peloton racing through Santa Paula

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Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, winning Stage 4 in Santa Clarita

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Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, in the Sprint Jersey (far right) beating John Degenkolb, Trek Segrafredo, and Marcel Kittel, Quick Step Floors, to take 6th place and stay in the lead of the Sprint points race

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Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, receiving the spoils of victory for winning Stage 4

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The Stage 4 Podium, Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, winner, Rob Britton, Rally Cycling, second and Lennard Hofstede, Team Sunweb, third

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Maciej Bodnar, Bora hansgrohe, receiving the spoils of victory for remaining in the Lead of the Tour

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Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, receiving the spoils of victory for remaining in the lead of the Sprint competition

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The Jersey wearers after Stage 4 (l-r), Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, Sprint, Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, King of the Mountain, Maciej Bodnar, Bora hansgrohe, Leader, Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, Most Courageous Rider, and Lachlan Morton, Dimension Data, Best Young Rider

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STAGE 5
ONTARIO TO MOUNT BALDY

This was the Tour's Queen Stage, finishing for a fourth time at the Mount Baldy Ski Resort. The race started in central Ontario and headed straight for Mount Baldy Road. About half way up Mount Baldy Rd. the race turned onto Glendora Ridge Road with a steep King of the Mountain climb. It followed the summit line of the ridge before dropping down into Azusa. From the outskirts of Glendora it then climbed back up to Glendora Ridge Rd. and back to Mount Baldy Rd. for the HC rated climb to the Finish at 4,180 feet. A grueling climb that has established the Overall Winner in the past (2012 Robert Gesink, Rabobank).

This stage had many surprises, and the course was lined with spectators. Once again this stage set the tone of the final Tour Standings, the top three finishers at Mount Baldy finished the Tour in the top three as well, but not in the same order.

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Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, the KOM Jersey holder, just beating Evan Huffman, Ralley, to the KOM summit on Glendora Ridge Rd.

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The Peloton being lead by Juraj Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, as they find their way through the thick crowd at the summit of the KOM on Glendora Ridge Rd.

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Andrew Talansky, Cannondale Drapac, winning the race just ahead of Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, in the Leaders Jersey with third place George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, not far behind

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Andrew Talansky, Cannondale Drapac, showing his joy of winning the Stage as he coasts by the spectators

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Andrew Talansky, Cannondale Drapac, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the Stage

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Andrew Talansky, Cannondale Drapac, showing his joy of winning the Stage as he takes the Podium

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The Stage 5 Podium, Andrew Talansky, Cannondale Drapac, first, Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, second and George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, third

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The Jersey wearers after Stage 5 (l-r), Rob Britton, Rally Cycling, in the Most Courageous Riders Jersey, Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, King of the Mountain, Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, Leaders Jersey, Morton Lachlan, Dimension Data, Best Young Rider, and Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, Sprint

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STAGE 6
BIG BEAR LAKE TIME TRIAL

This years Time Trial, being not only the day after the Queen Stage but also at a very high altitude, made for an anticipated shake-up in the Overall Standings. While the course was reported as being 'flat', it had many minor climbs and descents and several tight, and technically difficult, turns. Overall a very challenging course that was a strong test of the racers capabilities.

The start in the City of Big Bear Lake was at almost 6800 feet. The course then quickly descended to about 6760 feet, an altitude it remained close to as it found it's way through the City before heading across the Lake itself to the north shoreline. The course along the north shoreline is where it became technical and more challenging, almost never staying flat with many turns that would have to be negotiated properly to prevent loosing speed. On North Shore Drive and North Shore Lane, which was the only minor division on the course, the altitude constantly varied from a low of about 6650 feet to a high of about 6920 feet, a change of nearly 300 feet in altitude. The overall length of the course was 14.9 miles. The Stage winner, Johnathan Dibben, Sky, finished the course in 28:27.01 minutes, an average speed of 31.42 MPH.

As was expected the Overall Standings did change, most importantly with the top three racers going into the Stage; Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe (leader), George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo (+0:06) and Ian Boswell, Sky (+0:25). George Bennett finished the Stage in 4th place, just 18 seconds behind the winner. Rafal Majka wasn't able to do nearly as well, finishing in 22nd place 59 seconds back. Ian Boswell finished the Stage 21st, just .59 seconds faster than Rafal Majka. The final Stage results placed George Bennett 41 seconds than Rafal Majka which gave him a 35 second overall lead. Andrew Talansky, Cannondale Drapac, placed third in the Stage, 1 second ahead of Bennett, which landed him in third overall as Ian Boswell slipped to fifth.

The photographs of this stage are of the four Jersey wearers after this Stage. George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, Leader, Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, Sprint (which was unaffected by this Stage), Tao Geoghegan-Hart, Sky, Best Young Rider, and Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, King of the Mountain (which was unaffected by this Stage). There are photographs of nearly every Racer in this Stage, but due to the speed at which they travel and obstacles in getting clear shots, such as if they were passing or being passed or hidden by official/news motorcycles or team vehicles, a few of the Racers were missed. Unfortunately this small list includes the Stage winner, Jonathan Dibben. If you would like a photo of a Racer in this Stage other than the Jersey wearers I can investigate my collection to see what I have available.




DANIEL ALEXANDER JARAMILLO
UnitedHealthCare
King of the Mountain
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Time: 32:07.32
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PETER SAGAN
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Time: 28:50.37
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Time: 28:50.37
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Time: 28:50.37
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TAO GEOGHEGAN-HART
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Time: 29:29.44
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Time: 29:29.44
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GEORGE BENNETT
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Leader
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STAGE 7
MOUNTAIN HIGH TO PASADENA
and the AWARDS CEREMONY

The Seventh Stage started at the Mountain High Ski Area near Wrightwood at an altitude of 6,742 feet. From there the course was mainly downhill until it turned and started heading to Pasadena over the San Gabriel Mountains where it encountered two Class 2 and one Class 3 KOM climbs. After the last KOM climb it was mainly downhill again into downtown Pasadena where the race and Tour ended in a direct line to the Finish.

With the race so close after the Time Trial, the top five General Classification Racers within one minute of the lead, it was expected, and turned out, that this would be an all-out race to the finish. The course was 77.7 miles and the Winner, Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, crossed the Finish in 2:37:28, an average speed of 29.6 MPH. Due to the course having the Start and Finish on opposite sides of the San Gabriel Mountains which has no high-speed means of crossing between Interstates 5 and 15, the only photographs of the Race are of the Finish and the Awards Ceremony.

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The Finish line in Pasadena
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Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling (far right) winning the Stage

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Evan showing his joy after crossing the finish
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Evan showing his joy after crossing the finish
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Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, in the Sprint Jersey takes 6th place as he 'wins' the Peloton's race to the finish

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AWARDS CEREMONY

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Tour winner George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the Tour

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Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, taking the spoils of victory for winning the Stage

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The Podium of the Stage, Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, winner, David Lopez Garcia, Sky, second, and Nicolas Edet, Confidis, third

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The Podium of the Stage, Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, winner, David Lopez Garcia, Sky, second, and Nicolas Edet, Confidis, third

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Peter Sagan, Bora hangrohe, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the Sprint competition

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Lachlan Morton, Dimension Data, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the Best Young Rider classification

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Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the King of the Mountain competition

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Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, receiving the spoils of victory for winning the Most Courageous Rider classification

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The Jersey winners of the Tour (l-r), Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, Sprint competition, Lachlan Morton, Dimension Data, Best Young Rider, George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, winner, Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, King of the Mountain, and Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, Most Courageous Rider

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Team Sky celebrating winning the Team competition

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Team Sky, winner of the Team competition
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The overall Tour winners celebrating their final standings (l-r), Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, second place, George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, winner, and Andrew Talansky, Cannondale - Drapac Pro Cycling, third

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The final overall Podium, George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, winner, Rafal Majka, Bora hansgrohe, second, Andrew Talansky, Cannondale - Drapac Pro Cycling, third

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The overall Jersey winners in the press conference (l-r), Daniel Alexander Jaramillo, UnitedHealthCare, King of the Mountain, Peter Sagan, Bora hansgrohe, Sprint, George Bennett, Lotto Jumbo, Winner, Lachlan Morton, Dimension Data, Best Young Rider, Evan Huffman, Rally Cycling, Most Courageous Rider

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