The elephant in the peloton

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The elephant in the peloton

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Cyclists pedal through their parade lap in downtown Breckenridge during the start of Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, more than 115 miles from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs.
For the second time this USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda sprinter Tyler Farrar threw his hands up in victory. He won Stage 5 on Friday from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs.
Before the final sprint into Colorado Springs, there was a leisurely stroll through Breckenridge during Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
Cyclists break from the starting line in downtown Breckenridge. More than 115 miles later, Tyler Farrar of Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda outsprinted Taylor Phinney of BMC to win the fifth stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson, wearing the King of the Mountain jersey second from right, rode most of Stage 5 from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs on Friday in the peloton. He remained eighth overall, 15 seconds off the leader’s jersey.
Tom Danielson listens to the national anthem before Friday’s fifth stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. On Saturday, he’ll ride into his current hometown, Boulder, also home to his Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda team.
Exergy veteran Fred Rodriguez high-fives the locals in Breckenridge before the start of Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. The American, known for his sprinting abilities, finished the stage 24th overall.

The elephant in the peloton

Cyclists pedal through their parade lap in downtown Breckenridge during the start of Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, more than 115 miles from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs.
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For the second time this USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda sprinter Tyler Farrar threw his hands up in victory. He won Stage 5 on Friday from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs.
Before the final sprint into Colorado Springs, there was a leisurely stroll through Breckenridge during Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
Cyclists break from the starting line in downtown Breckenridge. More than 115 miles later, Tyler Farrar of Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda outsprinted Taylor Phinney of BMC to win the fifth stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson, wearing the King of the Mountain jersey second from right, rode most of Stage 5 from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs on Friday in the peloton. He remained eighth overall, 15 seconds off the leader’s jersey.
Tom Danielson listens to the national anthem before Friday’s fifth stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. On Saturday, he’ll ride into his current hometown, Boulder, also home to his Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda team.
Exergy veteran Fred Rodriguez high-fives the locals in Breckenridge before the start of Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. The American, known for his sprinting abilities, finished the stage 24th overall.
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