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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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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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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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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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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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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Riders in the 2014 Tour de France take on a tough, hilly, 54-kilometer Individual Time Trial from Bergerac to Périgueux.
With a lead of seven-minutes-and-ten-seconds, Vincenzo Nibali is certainly secure in the yellow jersey, but the next three riders on GC are within 15 seconds of one another. Today will undoubtedly determine which of them stand on the final podium tomorrow in Paris.
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The Tour de France heads north and away from a three-day run of mountain stages in the Hautes-Pyrénées. The 16th stage of the 2014 Tour de France is a long, but relatively flat, 208-kilometer ride from Maubourguet in the Hautes-Pyrénées to Bergerac in the Dordogne, in southwestern France.
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Riders in the 2014 Tour de France take on this year’s final mountain stage with a short, but tough-as-hell, 145.5-kilometer race from Pau to the hors categorie finish at Hautacam.
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The 2014 Tour de France continues its ride through the Pyrenees with a short, but difficult 125-kilometer race from Saint-Gaurdens to Pla d’Adet, featuring four major climbs, including the hors categorie ascent to the finish.
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