The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the second oldest race in America.
MANITOU SPRINGS, Colorado — Drivers have a new way to celebrate racing into the clouds in Colorado.
The Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles has created new license plates to commemorate the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC).
Approved by Senate Bill 22-107 in 2022, license plates are available at any DMV location in Colorado.
This plate can be used on cars, motorcycles, trucks, non-commercial vehicles, RVs and campers that do not exceed 16,000 lbs tare weight.
A one-time fee of $50 will be charged for issuing or exchanging plates, in addition to other taxes and fees. Drivers can request a personalized plate for a one-time fee of $60 with an annual fee of $25 per renewal.
Race to the Clouds, a car and motorcycle race to the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, is held on the last Sunday of June each year.
Founded in 1916, the PPIHC is America’s second oldest race.
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