The 13th Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España takes the peloton on a hilly 177-kilometer ride from Catalayud to Tarazona in Northern Spain.
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The 12th Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España takes riders on a Southerly direction out of Andorra on a 173-kilometer ride to Lleida, in the western part of Catalonia, in Northern Spain.
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The 11th Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España is quite short, but don’t let the distance fool you. This is not only the hardest stage in this year’s Vuelta, it could arguably be the hardest grand tour in decades, packing in more than 5000 meters over just 138 kilometers.
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The 10th Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España seems perfectly suited for a successful breakaway effort. The 146.6-kilometer race from Valencia to Castellon is short and features perfectly placed climbs that could favor a strong group of escapees.
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The Ninth Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España takes riders north along Spain’s Mediterranean Coast on a 168-kilometer race from Torrevieja to a steep finishing climb at Cumbre del Sol.
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After a tough day in the mountains, the 2015 Vuelta a España offers up a relatively easy 188-kilometer ride from Puebla de Don Fabrique before reaching a challenging finishing circuit around Murcia on Spain’s Mediterranean coast.
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The 2015 Vuelta a España has already featured several hill-top finishes, but the 191-kilometer seventh stage, from Jodar to Capilleira, features this year’s first true mountaintop finish and it should be spectacular.
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The Sixth Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España presents a 200-kilometer race from Cordoba to a tough hilltop finish in Cazorla in South-Central Spain.
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The 2015 Vuelta a España turns inland and moves north for a short, relatively flat 167-kilometer race from Rota to Alcalá de Guadáira, in southern Spain.
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The 2015 Vuelta a España takes on a long one through Andalucía with a 210-kilometer ride from Estepona to Vejer de la Frontera.
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