Another Pro Challenge Day in Breckenridge

August 21, 2015 - Northwestern Colorado/CDOT Region 3 - Highway 9 Closed through north end of town for Time Trial.

BRECKENRIDGE — Stage Five of the USA Pro Challenge is the Individual Time Trial, expanding today to include the Stage One of the Women’s USAPC.  Both will follow an identical 8.3-mile course through and east of Breckenridge.

SPECIFIC ROAD IMPACTS (Drivers should be prepared to stop at locations along the race route before and while racers and support vehicles pass by intersecting roadways)

  • STATE: State Highway 9 between N. Park Ave. and Coyne Valley Rd.
  • LOCAL: Includes Main St., N. French St., Wellington Rd., Royal Tiger Rd., Moonstone Rd., Boreas Pass Rd., S. French St., and Jefferson Ave.

Traffic impacts begin at 9 a.m. and continue until approximately 4 p.m.  

The Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) will help assist motorists who will be traveling the various state and local roadways that are part of the race route.  Please click on the USA Pro Challenge icon on upper right of the page.  It includes information regarding road closure and opening times, anticipated delays, oversize and overweight restrictions, parking and camping information and links to host city websites. Please be aware that delay and closure times are estimates only and subject to change depending on the pace of the race, weather, and other unanticipated conditions. 

For real-time information regarding highway impacts, motorists can sign up for CDOT email and text alerts by visiting and clicking on the small envelope icon at the bottom right of the page.  In addition, daily road closure information will be available by calling 511 from anywhere in the state. Following CDOT on Facebook and Twitter (@coloradodot) also provides current updates.

Tomorrow’s Highway Impacts

Aug. 22/Stage 6/Loveland to Fort Collins: U.S. 34 between Carter Lake Rd. and Buckhorn Rd., SH 392 between County Road 5 and Windsor.  Numerous county roads east and west of Interstate 25 between Loveland and Fort Collins, including Buckhorn and Rist canyons and roads around Carter Lake and Horsetooth Reservoir. 

CDOT is distributing race information the morning of each stage, with any necessary updates regarding impacts to the state highway system. 

Additional spectator information is available at the Pro Challenge website, and on host city and town websites.