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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Some of the best cyclists in the world took on stage five of the Tour of Utah, also known as the “Queen Stage” Saturday.

This stage of the race spans five counties and requires cyclists to climb more than two miles and traverse a full 113 miles of terrain.

Racers began at Snowbasin Resort and worked their way to the finish line at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. Click here for race results.

Spectator Madge Gotz said she looks forward to the event each year.

“This has been just totally awesome,” Gotz said. “We watch the tour every year. We have it taped every year, and we are huge fans. We watch all of the cycling all over the world.”

The final stage of the Tour of Utah will be held Sunday. The race will begin at Wolf Creek Ranch in Park City and finish on Main Street in Park City.

Utah Department of Transportation officials said several streets in Park City will be closed Sunday between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.:  Main Street, Heber Avenue and Swede Alley.

Officials said other routes, such as State Routes 32, 248 and 224 may see significant delays during the race.

Parking for spectators will be available at Park City High School on Kearns Boulevard.

For more information about the Tour of Utah, visit their website.