Held in and around Hood River, Oregon, the 2007 Mt. Hood Cycling Classic had six days of racing over 400 miles with more than 35,000 feet of climbing. Included were a tough 18.5 mile time trial into the famous Colombia Gorge winds with 1950 feet of climbing and an epic stage over more than 90 miles climbing nearly 10,000 feet to the Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Area. Repeat professional GC winners Nathan O'Neill and Leah Goldstein prevailed over the hot and sunny Colombia River Gorge terrain and a strong field of pro riders.
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