Amgen Tour of CA - Paso Robles
Paso Robles Stage 5 SPONSORS

About the Stage 5 Finish in Paso Robles

Full Course Information - Stage 5 Paso Robles

Stage 5 Finish Line Location: 11th and Spring in front of City Park

Course Info:
Local Route [PDF]  |  Entire STAGE 5 Route [PDF]  |  Stage 5 Elevation Profile [PDF]  Final Course Logs [PDF]

2011 Paso Robles Stage 5 Local Route - NEW

About Paso Robles and the Amgen Tour of California

Paso Robles is hosting the Stage 5 Finish of the 2011 Amgen Tour of California on Thursday, May 19, 2011. The finish line will be located near the downtown city park, which will open at 11:00 and will feature the Amgen Tour of California Lifestyle Festival, an announcement stage with large video screens to watch the race live, a kid zone, bike valet, live entertainment and more.

"Vineyard Sunset" artwork provided by Julie Dunn Fine Art;

Wine aficionados rejoice. You can come to Paso Robles for the race and stay for the wine! The 29th Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival takes place May 20-22, 2011. For more information about the Wine Festival, click here. Special packages will be announced soon, sign up for our email newsletter for updates.

A Paso Robles wine was recently awarded the #1 spot in Wine Spectator magazine’s Top 100 Wines of 2010; numerous other awards and accolades have been showered on our distinct and different wines recently, and we’d love to share the fruits of our labor with you this May.

About Paso Robles Wine Country

Halfway between the two main California metropolises of Los Angeles and San Francisco is Paso Robles Wine Country. Located along California's famed Central Coast, the Paso Robles winegrape growing region's climate is perfect for the production of award-winning premium wines. A long growing season of warm days and cool evenings give rise to vibrantly ripened fruit with dynamic flavor profiles that translate beautifully in your glass of Paso Robles wine.

Traversing the landscape you will find 26,000 vineyard acres, producing more than 40 winegrape varieties - from Spanish to Italian, Bordeaux to Rhône, including the area's heritage variety Zinfandel. The styles of wine are diverse in this very distinct region. For more information about our distinct and different wine region, go to

2011 Route Map

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