Sept. 7 | Stage 6 | Edmonton
00:00 - 00:00
- Event category
- 2015 Stage
SEPT. 7 | DELTA AIR LINES STAGE 6 | EDMONTON
124.1 KM | 12:50 PM – 3:47 PM
The 2015 Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial finishes in Alberta’s capital city of Edmonton. The final stage will feature the same course used in 2014, which saw South Africa’s Daryl Impey outsprint the Netherland’s Tom Dumoulin and Canada’s Ryan Anderson to capture the overall win by a mere second; this was the closest margin of victory on the world circuit in 2014. Stage 6’s circuit features three time bonuses, three Go Auto KOM sections, 11 climbs up the steep slope of Bellamy Hill, and a start and finish at Edmonton’s iconic Sir Winston Churchill Square.
Listen to Ryan Anderson of Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies and winner of the Pomeroy Inn & Suites Top Canadian Jersey at the 2013 & 2014 Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial talk about Stage 6.
STAGE 6: START & FINISH COMMUNITY: EDMONTONAbout Edmonton:
If you are looking for an unforgettable and original experience, you’ve come to the right place! We invite you to Explore Edmonton.
Why is Edmonton different? Maybe it’s our northern home, where for years we’ve learned to make our own fun. Perhaps it’s the people who have always been unusually keen to try, and build, something new. From close encounters with free roaming bison to surfing indoors to taking your taste buds on a journey to some of the hottest craft beer taprooms, hyper-local bistros and indie bakeries in Canada, you’ll want to keep exploring. And we want you to be a part of it.
When you’re ready to put your adventure on pause for the evening, Edmonton has the best hotels and accommodations to rest your head. We want to help make your time here cherished, with memories that will make you want to come back often. Don’t miss some of the other exciting festivals, events, things to do and dining options while you’re here.
TRAFFIC DISRUPTIONS | September 7 | Edmonton
Race time: 12:50 PM – 3:45 PM
The route will be closed and monitored by Edmonton Police Services from 11:30 AM – 4:30 PM on Monday, September 7, 2015. Traffic will be allowed to cross the race course as space between cyclists permits. Please expect delays. Edmontonians needing to exit the downtown area are encouraged to use 97 Avenue. The Low Level Bridge and McDougall Hill will also remain open to northbound and southbound traffic.
Bus Transit to the downtown area will also be disrupted during the hours of the race. LRT Service in the downtown area is not affected by this closure.
There will be no parking anywhere on the race course from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM the day of the race. No Parking signs will be posted in advance. Any vehicle parked along the course after 9:00 AM on September 7 will be towed.