The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah just wrapped up the 2016 edition of the race. The first stage of the race went through beautiful Zion National Park to celebrate the park service’s 100 year anniversary, and wrapped up six days later in Park City. This year’s race featured over 700 miles of racing and over 52,000 vertical feet of climbing. This year’s edition brought teams from France, Switzerland, Italy, Great Britain, Canada and the United States.
Joe Dombrowski of team Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team returned to defend his 2015 win, but Aussie Lachlan Morton of team Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis took the overall race win in a stunning attack on the final climb of Sunday’s Park City stage.
A gallery of photos from photographer Ryan Kendrick is below.