The world is watching: Race Day 1

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The world is watching: Race Day 1

Gear up today to watch a historic cycling event for Durango
A crowd gathers on Main Ave. during opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
Todd Wells and Travis Brown at the opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
Former U.S. Senator Ben Nighhorse Campbell joined the opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
Olympians gather at the opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
Ready for the Challenge, 5-years-old Aeneas McBrayer can only watch as his 7-year-old brother Patrick McBrayer flips out on a USA Pro Cycling Challenge logo painted on the lawn of Fort Lewis College Monday morning prior to the start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge that will take pro riders across the state over the coming week.
Today’s events

WHAT: Race Day Start Festival. Food, exhibits and race viewing on the Jumbotron video display.
WHEN: 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Opening ceremonies 8 a.m. Race start 10 a.m.
WHERE: Downtown Durango at 12th Street and Main Avenue, and at Buckley Park.
WHAT: VIP patio. Four-course meal served with champagne. $200 per seat. Advance tickets required, available through the Fort Lewis College box office. Proceeds benefit FLC cycling team.
WHEN: 8-11 a.m.
WHERE: Guido’s Favorite Foods restaurant, 1201 Main Ave.

The world is watching: Race Day 1

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A crowd gathers on Main Ave. during opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
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Todd Wells and Travis Brown at the opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
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Former U.S. Senator Ben Nighhorse Campbell joined the opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
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Olympians gather at the opening ceremonies before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge official start.
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Ready for the Challenge, 5-years-old Aeneas McBrayer can only watch as his 7-year-old brother Patrick McBrayer flips out on a USA Pro Cycling Challenge logo painted on the lawn of Fort Lewis College Monday morning prior to the start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge that will take pro riders across the state over the coming week.
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