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USA Pro Challenge = traffic challenges: Road closures from Aspen to Denver

The USA Pro Challenge is returning to Colorado, with bicycles, and the athletes on them, ruling a significant portion of the state's roadways from August 19-25.

What will that mean for motorists who may be more interested in getting from point A to point B than in watching the contest? The Colorado Department of Transportation has just released most (though not all) of the road closures and other traffic alterations from Aspen to Fort Collins. Look below to see maps and details courtesy of CDOT. Ride on!

Stage 1, August 19: Aspen/Snowmass Continue for road closure info and more related to the upcoming USA Pro Challenge. Stage 2, August 20: Aspen to Breckenridge Continue for road closure info and more related to the upcoming USA Pro Challenge. Stage 3, August 21: Breckenridge to Steamboat Springs Continue for road closure info and more related to the upcoming USA Pro Challenge. Stage 4, August 22: Steamboat Springs to Beaver Creek Continue for road closure info and more related to the upcoming USA Pro Challenge. Stage 5, August 23: Vail time trial Continue for road closure info and more related to the upcoming USA Pro Challenge. Stage 6, August 24: Loveland to Fort Collins Continue for road closure info and more related to the upcoming USA Pro Challenge. Stage 7, August 25: Denver

More from our Sports archive circa August 2012: "Lance Armstrong doping-fight dropout and disappearance from USA Pro Challenge."

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