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From Telluride to Denver by eight mountain passes
Walter Morales Pedraza from Columbia was the first to summit Cottonwood Pass (12,126 feet) in 2011. Riders must negotiate nearly 14 miles of dirt road on Cottonwood Pass.
Cyclists will ride past state Capitol building in Denver on the final stage of the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge. But this year, the Denver stage will be an individual time trial.
In the 2011 Pro Challenge, the Garden of the Gods area near Colorado Springs served as the start for the opening prologue. The area is again part of this year’s Challenge.

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Walter Morales Pedraza from Columbia was the first to summit Cottonwood Pass (12,126 feet) in 2011. Riders must negotiate nearly 14 miles of dirt road on Cottonwood Pass.
Cyclists will ride past state Capitol building in Denver on the final stage of the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge. But this year, the Denver stage will be an individual time trial.
In the 2011 Pro Challenge, the Garden of the Gods area near Colorado Springs served as the start for the opening prologue. The area is again part of this year’s Challenge.
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