Stage Races

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Stage Races are events that cover a certain distance during a day and usually have cut-offs associated with them. For example, the most recent Trans-Am, The Run Across America 2004, was a 3100-mile race in 71 stages from Huntington Beach, California to New York, New York. Each stage finishes at a convenient point for finding food and accommodation for the night.

The Stage Races