Tour of Alberta – Stage 2: September 2, 2017

The ATB Tour of Alberta External returns to Spruce Grove on Saturday, Sept. 2!

Central Park in Spruce Grove will be home base for the start, finish and community festival of Stage 2 External.

For the safety of the peleton (pack of riders), there are several road closures and traffic impacts in Spruce Grove.

Community Festival

What's a tour without a festival? Join us for a fun, outdoor celebration located in Central Park!

Saturday, Sept. 2
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Central Park
450 King St., Spruce Grove

Road closures & traffic impacts

As the cyclists travel through Spruce Grove, several road closures will go into effect. Motorists are urged to plan ahead, take alternate routes and expect delays.

During these closures vehicles will not be able to enter or exit through the route area. There will be no parking permitted on the route on race day. Any vehicles that are parked on the route as of 6 a.m. on Sept. 2 will be towed.

The Tour starts at Central Park on King Street, travels south to McLeod Avenue, west on McLeod to Calahoo Rd, north on Calahoo to Grove Dr repeating this circuit once before traveling west to Jennifer Heil Way then north into Parkland County.

After traveling through sections of Parkland and Sturgeon Counties riders arrive back in Spruce Grove later in the afternoon from the northern end of Jennifer Heil Way. Cyclists will turn east on Grove Dr. then south on King St., west on McLeod Ave., north on Calahoo Road then back to Grove Drive, where they will complete 3 circuits prior to arriving at the finish line on King St. at Central Park.

Tour of Alberta Stage 2 map
6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Complete closure of King Street from Fifth Avenue to Woodhaven/Brookwood Dr.

12:30 - 2 p.m.
Rolling closure of route roadways in Spruce Grove for up to 45 minutes.

3:30 - 5 p.m.
Rolling closure of route roadways in Spruce Grove for up to 45 minutes

RCMP, Peace Officers and traffic controllers will be stationed in all areas and at all intersections of Stage 2 of the Tour of Alberta. We thank you for your patience and cooperation during the race.

 

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