The last stage (stage 21) of Vuelta a España 2013 is a flat, ceremonial stage from Leganés to Madrid. The length of the course is 109.6 km.
The peloton has climbed 1.9 km long and up to 29% (according to exact measurements) steep Mirador de Ézaro along the way at Vuelta a España 2013 stage 4. Some of the riders has dismounted and climbed on foot.
Stage 20 of Vuelta a España 2013 will finish at the Alto de l’Angliru, the sixth-time in Vuelta history. This is the toughest climb in cycling history for many. The length of the course is 142.2 km, from Avilés to Alto de L’Angliru.
Stage 19 of Vuelta a España 2013 is a mountain stage with summit finish from San Vicente Barquera to Oviedo (Alto Naranco). The length of the course is 181 km.
Stage 18 of Vuelta a España 2013 is a mountain stage with summit finish from Burgos to Peña Cabarga. The length of the course is 186.5 km.
Stage 17 of Vuelta a España 2013 is a 189 km plain stage between Calahorra and Burgos. But it is not an easy course, there are two 3rd category climb in the second half of the route.
Stage 16 of Vuelta a España 2013 is a mountain stage with summit finish from Graus to Sallent de Gállego, Aramón Formigal ski resort. This is the third and last day in the Pyrenees, a very tough course with 146.8 km length. The peloton will have already pedalled for many, many kilometres and the pressure experienced […]
Stage 15 of Vuelta a España 2013 is a mountain stage with summit finish from Andorra to Peyragudes. With 224.9 km length in the heart of the Pyrenees, this is the longest stage of this years’ Vuelta. The stage will start in Andorra and finish atop the Peyragudes mountain pass, in France. This mountain stage will […]
Stage 14 of Vuelta a España 2013 is a very tough mountain stage with summit finish, from Bagà to Collada de la Gallina (Andorra). The length of the course is 155.7 km. It is also the first stage in Pyrenees. With 2,410 m elevation, the Port de Envalira will be the Cima Alberto Fernandez (the […]
Stage 13 of Vuelta a España 2013 is a mountain stage from Valls to Castelldefels.The length of the course is 169.0 km. The stage will not finish atop any mountain but the course still tough. The day before the Vuelta a España’s arrival in the Pyrenees could be marked by various aspects. Firstly, by the […]