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Hickenlooper fires the first shot, Farrar the last

While defending champion Levi Leipheimer and Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson adjust their helmet straps, the rest of the field gets ready for the downtown Durango start of Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Monday. Exergy’s Fred Rodriguez finished fourth in the first stage bunch sprint in downtown Telluride.
Tom Danielson, RadioShack and BMC’s George Hincapie follow a USA Pro Cycling Challenge pace car through the two-lap, downtown parade that kick-started the first stage of the second annual race in Durango.
Followed by their team cars and backup bikes and flanked by their motorcycle escorts, the pros descend into Mancos on Monday during Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
The field makes its way toward Mancos after Durango’s Grand Depart on Monday during Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Garmin’s Tyler Farrar eventually won the stage in Telluride.
Zachary Bell of SpiderTech hunches over his handlebars and leads a pair of pro cyclists down Mancos Hill on Monday during Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.

Hickenlooper fires the first shot, Farrar the last

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While defending champion Levi Leipheimer and Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson adjust their helmet straps, the rest of the field gets ready for the downtown Durango start of Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Monday. Exergy’s Fred Rodriguez finished fourth in the first stage bunch sprint in downtown Telluride.
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Tom Danielson, RadioShack and BMC’s George Hincapie follow a USA Pro Cycling Challenge pace car through the two-lap, downtown parade that kick-started the first stage of the second annual race in Durango.
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Followed by their team cars and backup bikes and flanked by their motorcycle escorts, the pros descend into Mancos on Monday during Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
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The field makes its way toward Mancos after Durango’s Grand Depart on Monday during Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Garmin’s Tyler Farrar eventually won the stage in Telluride.
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Zachary Bell of SpiderTech hunches over his handlebars and leads a pair of pro cyclists down Mancos Hill on Monday during Stage 1 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
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