2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah
Stage 3 presented by Zions Bank – Wednesday, Aug. 5
Antelope Island State Park to Bountiful
Race Time 10:05 a.m. to 2:30-2:45 p.m.
A portion of the 2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, August 3-9, will pass through or near multiple national forests
and state parks this year. Listed here are probable impact areas and timelines for motorists, home owners and
businesses who will be using the same roadways as the Tour of Utah in northern Utah.
• The Tour will begin at Antelope Island State Park.
• After passing North Ogden and circling Pineview Reservoir, the race will cross Trapper’s Loop from12:15 to
1:15 p.m. and use Old Highway Road to access I-84.
• Motorists should expect delays on I-84 for seven miles, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. The race will exit I-84 onto
southbound U.S. Highway 89 en route to Bountiful.
• The race will pass through Layton on U.S. Highway 89 as early as 12:45 p.m., Fruit Heights after 1 p.m.
• The race will turn onto Main Street (State Road 106) to pass through Farmington and Centerville.
• The race will enter Bountiful after 1:20 p.m. and turn left on 400 North to make two laps along Bountiful
Boulevard and through downtown.
• There will be two nine-mile circuits along the Bountiful
Bench area. Expect delays as this area will be closed to
thru traffic starting at approximately 1:20 p.m. until the
end of the race at approximately 2:45 p.m.
• Traffic crossing 400 North and Bountiful Boulevard will
be permitted when the race has passed. Please follow
directions of all public safety officers and official Tour
course marshals in this area.
• The finishing line is located at 20 S Main Street.
Suggested Parking in Bountiful for Spectators
• Bountiful Junior High School at 30 W 400 N
• South Davis Recreation Center at 550 N 200 W
• City Hall at 790 South 100 East
• Bountiful High School at 695 Orchard Dr (650 S 400 E)
Special Notice for Motorists
• Passing is NOT permitted by any motor vehicle along the road being used by the professional cyclists or authorized
race caravan vehicles. Traffic is allowed to follow behind the race, but only at race speed.
• If you are traveling toward the race (in the opposite direction of the race), the Utah Highway Patrol will be
controlling all traffic at certain intersections, treating this as a rolling road closure.
• Without alternate routes, please be patient as some substantial delays may occur.
• A portion of the race routes for the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah pro cycling race will be located partially on the
Dixie National Forest and Uinta–Wasatch–Cache National Forest.
• For more information and route maps, visit http://www.tourofutah.com/stages/3.