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Professional cyclists from around the world are expected to arrive in Santa Clarita Tuesday afternoon as the Amgen Tour of California rolls into Santa Clarita.

The eight-day event is one of the nation’s largest and most recognized annual sporting events.  The Amgen Tour of California features elite professional teams and athletes from around the world.

This year is Santa Clarita’s fifth time as host city for the race.  The City of Santa Clarita will host the Finish of Stage 3 on Tuesday, May 13 and the start of Stage 4 on Wednesday, May 14.

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