This won’t mean much to most of you, I understand. Regardless, this announcement is still a big deal. It brings people to Utah, they spend money. Many are in state for a week or longer acclimating to altitude or climate.
I was happy to see that Cedar was selected. The terrain there is great for a variety of reasons. You can get some flat rides, the mountains, technical, etc. Not to mention Cedar knows how to put on events, just look at the Shakespearean Festival, how long has that been going on?
Anyway, here’s a link to check out.