The Amgen Tour of Californian peloton sweeps around the corner from P and 18th streets in Sacramento in May, 2014. Those who design the route for each stage are concerned with how the event looks on camera. They want to show mountains, farms, wineries, vineyards, quaint towns, big cities, high mountains and rugged coastlines. This year, a roaring blur of a finish around Capitol Park on Sunday, will bring thousands of fans cheering on the athletes.
The Amgen Tour of Californian peloton sweeps around the corner from P and 18th streets in Sacramento in May, 2014. Those who design the route for each stage are concerned with how the event looks on camera. They want to show mountains, farms, wineries, vineyards, quaint towns, big cities, high mountains and rugged coastlines. This year, a roaring blur of a finish around Capitol Park on Sunday, will bring thousands of fans cheering on the athletes. Randall Benton Bee file 2014
The Amgen Tour of Californian peloton sweeps around the corner from P and 18th streets in Sacramento in May, 2014. Those who design the route for each stage are concerned with how the event looks on camera. They want to show mountains, farms, wineries, vineyards, quaint towns, big cities, high mountains and rugged coastlines. This year, a roaring blur of a finish around Capitol Park on Sunday, will bring thousands of fans cheering on the athletes. Randall Benton Bee file 2014

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