With the contest for the overall title settled on the slopes of yesterday’s brutally tough mountain stage, the 2015 Vuelta a España enters Madrid for a largely celebratory stage over a short 98 kilometers.
Starting in Alcalá de Henares the peloton heads 40 kilometers into Madrid for 10 laps around a 5.8-kilometer circuit. While the overall and KOM jerseys are settled, there is still a tight contest for the points jersey and, of course, the prestigious stage win in front of the Plaza Cibeles.
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The 2015 Vuelta a España is now a six-second race between race leader Tom Dumoulin and Fabio Aru. It’s hard to imagine a stage better suited to putting riders to the test before tomorrow’s “parade” stage into Madrid. The 20th Stage of this Vuelta features four Category 1 climbs before a fast descent to the finish in Cercedilla.
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The 19th Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España takes riders closer to Sunday’s finish in Madrid and closer to resolving the tight battle between Tom Dumoulin and Fabio Aru. Will today’s 186-kilometer ride from Medina del Campo to a short, steep finish in Avila.
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The 18th Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España presents a long and hilly 204-kilometer race from Roa de Duero to a fascinating finale on the way to Riaza, in Segovia in Central Spain.
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The 17th Stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España may prove to be the determining event of this grand tour, as riders take on a 39-kilometer individual race against the clock in Burgos.
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The 16th stage of the 2015 Vuelta a España offers up more than 5000 meters of climbing over the course of 185-kilometer race from Luarca to a mountaintop finishing climb up the hors categorie Ermita del Alba.
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The 2015 Vuelta a España begins three days in the big mountains with a 215-kilometer ride from Vitoria to a brutal mountain-top finish at Fuente del Chivo.
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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 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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