Pro Cycling Challenge rolls through Boulder; Next stop: Denver

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BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. – Stage 6 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge—103 miles from Golden to Boulder—is in the books, paving the way for Sunday’s finale through the heart of downtown Denver.

And thousands of fans lined Flagstaff Mountain as the cyclists made their way to the finish line.

One of those is Denise Hogenes from Denver.

"Nobody who ever lives here will ever move away from Colorado," she says, while clutching a beer.  Hogenes and her husband were in the front row as the cyclists crossed the finish line.

Australian cyclist Rory Sutherland won Stage 6 and Levi Leipheimer took the overall lead in the competition.

The race started in Durango and will end Sunday afternoon with a 9.5 mile time trial through Civic Center Park and downtown Denver.

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