Redlands Bicycle Classic Time Trial sets the tone for Amgen Tour of California

Two Pro-Cycling Races a Month Apart Proves Big Bear’s Prowess for the Sport

Big Bear Lake, Calif. March 12, 2015 – This year, Big Bear Lake hosts the Amgen Tour of California Stage 6 Time Trial that takes place May 15, 2015. This marks the third time in five years Big Bear Lake is a host city for Amgen Tour of California, which is considered the largest and most prestigious road cycling race in the USA. Redlands Bicycle Classic, another premier-domestic race on the USA Cycling National Racing Calendar, has once again included Big Bear as one of its five stages for the third year in a row. Big Bear is set to host the Redlands Bicycle Classic Stage 2 Time Trial Thursday, April 9, 2015. These two elite professional road cycling events held in Big Bear, which are just one month apart, demonstrates Big Bear is well-received by the industry as a premier cycling destination. Continue reading “Redlands Bicycle Classic Time Trial sets the tone for Amgen Tour of California”

Amgen Tour of California 2015 local stages

Route Information: May 15, 2015 – Stage 6 Time Trial

People from all around the globe can easily grasp Big Bear Lake’s universal language of numbers including 320 days of sunshine each year, an evergreen forest that spans 360 degrees of panoramic beauty, and an impressive seven-mile long lake with 22 miles of shoreline. Big Bear Lake, elevated at 7,000 feet above sea level, offers ideal weather conditions for all four seasons. In the summer daytime temperatures average 77 degrees. In winter more than 120 inches of snow falls annually. The breathtaking mountain resort is just 99 miles east of Los Angeles and 150 miles north of San Diego. Continue reading “Amgen Tour of California 2015 local stages”