It's the top event of its kind in the nation with eighteen of the world’s most decorated and esteemed teams winding their way to Southern California. They will finish at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Sunday, May 17.
This year’s 700-mile course started Sunday May 10 in Sacramento and Stage 2 took place on Monday from Nevada City to Lodi.
Track the teams as they head through San Jose, Pismo Beach, Avila Beach. During Stage 5 the teams ride from Santa Barbara and head inland to Santa Clarita.
The tour then heads to Big Bear Lake, Ontario, and Mt. Baldy before the final stage on Sunday the 17th goes from L.A. LIVE in downtown LA to Pasadena.
The event provides cyclists the chance to preview their prospective competition at the upcoming Tour de France that starts July 4 in the Netherlands.
The Amgen Tour of California bears the name of Thousand Oaks-based Amgen, a pioneering corporation in the field of bio-technology.
During the 2015 tour, cancer survivors will kick off three separate mile walks to raise awareness of the fight against cancer. The three 2015 Breakaway Miles took place in Lodi on Monday May 11, Pismo Beach on May 13, and Pasadena on May 17.
Stay up to date on all the developments via the Amgen Tour of California website.
Also visit Breakaway from Cancer.com for inspiration and first hand tips on fighting cancer.