From the Denver Post
Cyclists who raced in the USA Pro Challenge often referred to the event among themselves as the “Tour of Colorado,” shunning the longer name for one that better captured the essence of the race.
Now, just months after the collapse of the Pro Challenge, professional cycling is back in the state, potentially under that very name.
The four-day “Tour of Colorado stage” race is set for Aug. 10-13, 2017, according to the race calendar released by the Union Cycliste Internationale, the world governing body for cycling. It’ll be part of the UCI Americas Tour, as will the Commonwealth Cycling Classic to be held Aug. 24-27 in Richmond, Va.