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La Vuelta is one of the leading cycling races in the international calendar.

The Vuelta a España is set to start with an individual time trial of 8 kilometres. The riders roll down the ramp at the Centre Pompidou Málaga and tackle a punchy climb halfway.

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Race will take place between August 25 and September 16 – here’s everything you need to know.
The 2nd stage runs from Marbella to a finish near the Caminito del Rey. It’s the first uphill finish on La Vuelta, although the slope is tolerable – 5.1 kilometres at 3.3%.

Stage 3 is played out in the hills above Torremolinos, but the finale is on the flat. In the 4th stage the race moves through Nerja, Almuñécar and Otívar, which means a climb up the ‘Carretera de la Cabra’. The race ends with a 12.4 kilometres climb in the Sierra de la Alfaguara, just north of Granada.

Stage 5 runs from Granada to a flat finish in coastal town Roquetas de Mar before the 6th stagebrings another finish at the Mediterranean Sea. Both offer rare chances for La Vuelta’s fast men.

The 7th stage travels to a challenging finale in Pozo Alcón with two climbs in the last 12 kilometres, while the 8th stage travels on rolling roads to another likely bunch sprint in Almadén.

The first week of action closes with the first proper challenge in the high mountains. Stage 9 route takes in two intermediate climbs before a summit finish in ski resort La Covatilla. The last 24 kilometres are virtually all uphill, while the actual climb amounts to 7.8 kilometres at 8.5%.

The Tour of Spain lives up to its name by continuing visiting new corners in the Iberian Peninsula.

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