Being Inspired by the Vuelta? Want to ride in the Pro's tyre tracks?



The Vuelta Espana is one fo the three main grand tours and arguably the toughest of them all! If you are like us, you want to be able to ride in the tyre tracks of the pro's. Here is our handy guide of what stages to go and ride, and where to stay. 

Stage 1

You can fly in to Malaga when you go riding in Granada. Downtown is not far from the airport and you could easily squeee in an 8km ITT on the way to riding the proper mountains in the Sierra Nevada's.

Stage 4

A middle mountain stage from Malaga to just north of Granada. Possible to ride the whole stage iff you are are staying in Granada and you get a transfer to the coast. At 161km long and with two first category climbs, including a steep finish, this is a tough day out. 

Stage 5

The route skirts round the Sierra Nevada national park and if staying in Granada it would be easy to ride the first half of stage 5.

Stage 13

Stay in Oviedo to be able to ride this mountainous stage from Gijon on the coast to the beautiful Asturias mountains. But pack your climbing shoes as the stage is 174km long and mostly uphill!

Stage 14

Another stage that takes in the beautiful Asturias mountians, Stay in Oviedo to explore the excellent riding in this area. 

Stage 15

The toughest stage in the race with over 4000m of climbing and finishing atop the Lagos de Covadonga. You want to stay in Oviedo to ride this stage. 

Stage 20

Stay in Andorra to take on this 105km, 4000m stage. The peloton will climb La Comella, Beixalis, Ordino, Beixalis, La Comella again and La Gallina it what will be a hectic finale.

Stage 21

Leave your bike at home and watch the finish in Madrid by booking one of our spectating packages. A great way to see the Vuelta up close and experience it first hand.


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