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Utah’17 St.7: The Final Countdown!

Tour of Utah Final Stage 7: PEZ photographer, Darrell Parks, is home now and sifting through his thousands of top pics. We catch up with the final stage 7 action from Salt Lake City and the overall win by Rally Cycling and Canada's Robert Britton.

Utah’17 St.6: Bardiani Podium Photo Report!

Tour of Utah Stage 6: The Tour of Utah stage 6 was billed as the 'Queen Stage' of 2017 and the Bardiani-CSF duo of Giulio Ciccone and Simone Sterbini dominated the podium. There was a battle between the GC men, but with no change to the overall standings.

Utah’17 St.5: Crash Day Photo Report

The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah stage 5 rolled 115 miles from Layton to Bountiful, gaining 4,200 feet in the process, and will go down in history as the stage where Robin Carpenter (Holowesko-Citadel) crashed early on, then chased back from several minutes down to capture 4th place in the sprint. Here's Darrell Park's photo report of the day.

Utah’17 St.4 Photo Report: High Plains Heat!

Tour of Utah 2017 Stage 4: Stage 4 of the Tour of Utah was another hot day in the saddle for the riders and PEZ photographer, Darrell Parks on the moto. The break might have stayed away for the win, but they couldn't work together and the day ended in a bunch gallop.

Utah’17 St.3: Time Trial PHOTO REPORT!

Tour of Utah 2017 Stage 3: Rob Britton (Rally Cycling) charged up Big Cottonwood Canyon in the stage 3 time trial to claim an emphatic victory and take the Tour of Utah leader's yellow jersey. PEZ photographer, Darrell Parks was roadside in Utah for the race against the clock.

Utah’17 St.2: PHOTO REPORT In Snowbasin!

Tour of Utah 2017 Stage 2: Tuesday's stage 2 hit the hills of Utah and the long climb to the finish line in the Snowbasin Resort. At the finish it was BMC's Brent Bookwalter who took the stage and PEZ photog Darrell Parks was there to click the action.

Utah’17 St.1: Photog’s View From Logan!

Tour of Utah 2017 Stage 1: The 2017 Tour of Utah started on Monday with a 212 kilometer stage starting and finishing in Logan. The stage finished with a bunch sprint but there was a lot of action on the Utah roads in-between. Photographer Darrell Parks is in Utah and here is his first batch of shots.

GIRO’17 Roadside: Ale’s Stage 10 Photo Diary

Giro Photog's View: Ale Federico has moved on from the climb of the Blockhaus on Sunday to the race against the clock in the wine growing area of Umbria. Time trial racing, an Italian picnic lunch and a surprise encounter with Super-Mario all made for a full day on the Giro d'Italia stage 10.

GIRO’17 Roadside: Ale’s Stage 9 Photo Diary

Giro Photog's View: Ale Federico moved on from the coast of Peschici on Saturday to the 2017 Giro d'Italia's first big GC appointment - The Blockhaus for Sunday's stage 9. The countryside has changed from rocky cliffs to rolling fields and the murderous climb to finish the day.