MANITOU SPRINGS, Colo. — Drivers have a new way to celebrate Colorado's race to the clouds.
The Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles has a new license plate to commemorate the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC).
Authorized by Senate Bill 22-107 in 2022, the license plates may be obtained in person at any Colorado DMV location.
The plate is available for passenger cars, motorcycles, trucks not exceeding 16,000 pounds empty weight, noncommercial vehicles, RVs and motor homes.
A one-time fee of $50 will be charged for issuance or replacement of 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.
An auto and motorcycle race to the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, the "Race to the Clouds" is held annually on the last Sunday of June.
Founded in 1916, the PPIHC is the second oldest race in America.
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