Lance Armstrong's road back to the Tour de France is taking him through the mountains around Aspen.
Armstrong won the Aspen Cycling Club's 10-mile Smuggler-Hunter Creek mountain bike race Wednesday, just a day after announcing he was coming out of retirement to seek an eighth victory in the Tour.
He finished in 57 minutes, 10 seconds -- 14 seconds ahead of the second-place rider.
His spokesman, Mark Higgins, says Armstrong also plans to compete Sunday in the 12 Hours of Snowmass.
That mountain bike race is a fundraiser for the Aspen Youth Center and the Extreme Sports Camp, a service for kids with autism.
Organizers hope to raise $25,000 to $30,000.
Armstrong is a cancer survivor who's said he wants to compete professionally again to raise awareness about the disease.