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Press Release: 11/11/11L’Etape du california announced for 2012 amgen tour of california - Fresh on the heels of announcing the 13 official Host Cities for the 2012 Amgen Tour of California, AEG, presenter of the race, has announced the return of the popular amateur ride L’Etape du California. Produced in partnership with Pacific Sports, a leading sports and event management company, the 2012 edition of L’Etape du California will take place on Saturday, April 28. | Full Story

Velonation: 11/11/11 - AEG Announces 2012 L'Étape du California - Tour of California presenter AEG has announced the first details of what will be the 2012 L'Étape du California, which will be open to amateur riders....| Full Story 

Velo News: 05/16/11 - Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood: Amgen Tour’s Baldy stage is harder than hard - Ten days after riding the May 7 L’Etape du California — the organized, mass-participation ride covering the stage 7 route of this year’s Amgen Tour of California — I’m still trying to wrap my head around the difficulty of the final 5km climb to the Mount Baldy Ski Area, where the stage finishes. | Full Story

Cycling News: 12/16/10 - L'Etape comes to California- Cycling enthusiasts will have a unique chance to ride the route of the queen stage of the 2011 Amgen Tour of California in L'Etape du California the week before the professionals tackle the epic route....| Full Story 12/15/10 - Amateur Cyclists Given Opportunity To Ride Stage 7 Amgen Tour of California- AEG, presenter of the Amgen Tour of California, is partnering with Pacific Sports, a leading sports and event management company, to produce the L’Etape du California, a race that will give amateur cyclists the opportunity to test their mettle by riding Stage 7 of the 2011 Amgen Tour of California....| Full Story

Louis Bower Blog: The L'Étape du California cycling ride is the perfect event I have been waiting for (always enjoy climbing hills), right in my backyard with enough hills to ...| Full Story