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Road Closures From DTLA To Pasadena For Sunday's Amgen Tour

Bicyclists race along the Big Sur coast in the 2014 Amgen Tour (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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Several streets from downtown Los Angeles all the way to Pasadena will be closed on Sunday morning for the conclusion of the Amgen Tour.The week-long bike race, which started in Sacramento on Sunday, begins its final phase at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow from L.A. Live. and will finish at the Rose Bowl around 12:30 p.m. According to the L.A. Times, road closures will be in effect starting around 7 a.m.

Downtown, Temple, Main, Olive and North Spring Streets will be closed as the bikers make their way northwards towards the Rose Bowl. Along the way, Marmion Way, Monte Vista Street, North Figueroa Street and Colorado Boulevard will be closed in the neighborhoods of Highland Park and Eagle Rock.

Amgen has a map of the course on their website, and LADOT has more detailed maps of the route.

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