2016 Tour Of Alberta Officially Coming To Town Of Olds & MV County

World class cyclists will start in Lethbridge and finish in Edmonton as part of this year's Tour of Alberta. On the second day of the race, the peloton will ride through Mountain View County on their way to the town of Olds.

The eight host communities for the fourth installment of the Tour of Alberta were unveiled today.
 
The 4th annual edition of the event includes a total of six stages and the race will go from September 1st through the 5th.
 
Stage two will start in Kananaskis. It has now officially been announced the town of Olds in partnership with Mountain View County will be the finish line for that stage on September 2nd.
 
Reeve Bruce Beattie says councils from the town and the County recently approved putting $15,000 dollars each towards being a host community.
 
 
Norm McInnis, the Chief Administrative Officer for the town of Olds, is excited about the opportunity for Olds to be a destination for premier cyclists from around the globe.
 
 
More information can be found at TourOfAlberta.ca. According to TOA officials, the exact routes and course maps will be released at a later date.

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