Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 9: Carboneras de Guadazaón to Aramón Valdelinares, 185km

The ninth stage of the 2014 Vuelta a España, takes riders along a northeasterly through Castile-La Mancha to a finish at the ski resort of Aramón Valdelinares in the province of Teruel.

The day starts out with a relatively easy 100-kilometer stretch before hitting a very hilly finalé, closing with an ascent of the Category 1 Aramón Valdelinares.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 8: Baeza to Albacete, 207km

The eighth stage of the 2014 Vuelta a España, takes the peloton in a northeasterly direction on a 207-kilometer ride from the World Heritage Site of Baeza, across the exposed plains of Southern Spain to Albacete, a community of 172,000 in Albacete in Southern Spain.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 7: Alhendín to Alcaudete, 169km

With a flat, fast opener and hilly terrain that follows, the seventh Stage of the 2014 Vuelta a España may well suit an intrepid breakaway on a 169-kilometer race from Alhendín to Alcaudete in Southern Spain.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 6: Benalmádena to La Zubia. 167.1km

The 2014 Vuelta a España heads to the hills for the first mountain-top finish of this year’s race.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 5, Priego de Córdoba to Ronda, 180km

The Vuelta a España continues its ride through the hot parts of Southern Spain, with a largely flat 180-kilometer race from Priego de Córdoba to Ronda.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 4: Mairena del Alcor to Córdoba, 164.7km

The Vuelta a España continues its march through Southern Spain with a 164.7-kilometer race from Mairena del Alcor to Córdoba.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 3: Cádiz to Arcos de la Frontera, 188km

The third stage of the 2014 Vuelta a España takes riders on a hilly 188-kilometer route from Cádiz on Spain’s Atlantic coast to the inland community of Arcos de la Frontera.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 2: Algeciras to San Fernando, 174km

The second stage of the 2014 Vuelta a España takes riders past the Strait of Gibraltar and north along Spain’s Atlantic Coast.

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Vuelta a España 2014: Stage 1, Team Time Trial at Jerez de la Frontera, 12.6km

The year’s third Grand Tour, the Vuelta a España, kicks off with an evening team time trial through the streets of Jerez de la Frontera.

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Tour de France 2014: Stage 21, Evry to Champs-Elysées, 136km

The 2014 Tour de France heads to Paris on the 21st and final stage of this three-week grand tour, with a short, flat and largely celebratory ride from the Paris suburb of Evry to the Tour’s traditional finish on the avenues of the Champs-Elysées.

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