La Vuelta Will Return To Andalucia This Year

La Vuelta Will Return To Andalucia This Year

La Vuelta Will Return To Andalucia This Year – almost a quarter of the route will take place in this region.

La Vuelta Will Return To Andalucia This Year

After being missed from the route in 2016, La Vuelta is once again going pass through Andalucia.  The world’s toughest cycle race is a gruelling 3297.7km ride through Spain.  This year, it will pass through Andalucia between the 30th August and the 1st September.

There will be five stages in this region, including starting points at Coin and Motril.  The tour will pass through Granada, Sevilla, Malaga, and the spectacular mountains.  The 200 cyclists will climb up to 1675m each day, with the toughest stages being Ecija to Sierra de la Pandara and Alcala la Real to Alto Hoya de la Mora in Sierra Nevada.

Written by Dave James

Published: 27.01.2017

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La Vuelta Will Return To Andalucia This Year
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