USA Pro Challenge: Roads reopening after race roars into Breckenridge |

USA Pro Challenge: Roads reopening after race roars into Breckenridge

Both directions of Highway 9 reopened following USA ProChallenge bike race. Expect delays

Ski Hill Rd, French St, Wellington Rd, Royal Tiger Rd, High Point Dr, Moonstone Rd, CR503 & Boreas Pass Rd in Breck have reopened

On Wednesday, the following closures are scheduled.

• 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday

— Multiple road along the race route in downtown Breckenridge

— Highway 9 from Breckenridge to Swan Mountain Road

— Swan Mountain Road

— Highway 6 from Swan Mountain Road to Silverthorne

— I-70 eastbound and westbound off-ramps at Exit 205 (Silverthorne/Dillon Exits)

— Highway 9 from Silverthorne to CR30/Heeney Road

— CR30/Heeney Road

— Highway 9 from Heeney to Kremmling

— Dillon Dam Road will be open the day of the race, with the exception of a brief time period when the racers pass through Dillon

Swan Mountain Road will be closed from approximately 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, but the campgrounds will remain accessible until the hard closure goes into effect, a Summit County Sheriff’s Office release stated. No parking will be allowed on the paved portion of Swan Mountain Road.

Summit Stage bus service also is expected to be significantly affected today and tomorrow, according to the release. Up-to-date information will be available by calling 668-0999.

For more information, visit the Colorado Department of Transportation website at or race websites and

Throughout the day of the race, road closure information will be disseminated via the SCAlert Interstate/Highway information group. Sign up or change your notification settings at Road closure updates also will be posted through social media including on Facebook via USA Pro Cycling Challenge — Breckenridge stage, town of Breckenridge Police Department and town of Breckenridge, and through Twitter at @SummitSheriffCO, @BreckPolice, @TownofBreck, @Breckprocycling and @ProChallenge.

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