Vuelta a España 2015: Stage 21 Preview

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Stage 21: Alcalá de Henares › Madrid – 98.8km On the heels of a thrilling Stage 20 that turned the Vuelta upside-down comes the final stage, very likely to end in a straightforward sprint. Less than a hundred kilometers long and without any real climbs, the final stage of the Vuelta won’t Read More →

Vuelta a España 2015: Stage 19 Preview

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Stage 19: Medina del Campo › Ávila – 185.8km The Vuelta’s 19th stage, much like the Vuelta’s 18th stage, looks like a great day for the breakaway artists. The rouleurs will have this one final chance at a Vuelta stage win before a Stage 20 that will favor the strong climbers and Read More →

Vuelta a España 2015: Stage 18 Preview

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Stage 18: Roa › Riaza 204km There are just four stages left in the 2015 Vuelta a España, and only three of them have climbs to speak of: anyone who isn’t satisfied with their GC position thus far has to put it all on the line in the next few Read More →

Vuelta a España 2015: Stage 17 Preview

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Stage 17: Burgos › Burgos – 38.7km (ITT) For the powerful engines in the Vuelta peloton who have been struggling in the mountains, the Stage 17 time trial, likely to play a pivotal role in deciding the overall winner of the race, is just what the doctor ordered. 38.7 kilometers Read More →

Vuelta a España 2015: Stage 16 Preview

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Stage 16: Luarca › Ermita de Alba – 185km The Vuelta’s 16th stage will be among the hardest in the race. The road is angled sharply upward or downward for the majority of the day, and the finish is brutal. The stage starts on a climb, the Cat. 3 Alto de Aristébano, Read More →

Vuelta a España 2015: Stage 15 Preview

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Stage 15: Comillas › Sotres – 175.8km The climbing continues in the Vuelta’s 15th stage. The 175.8km journey from Comillas to Sotres resembles Stage 14 in that it opens with a long stretch without many serious challenges before ramping up to a tough finishing climb. The first 70 kilometers of Read More →