When: Aug, 25 - Sept, 16 - 2018
Where: Start in Nîmes, France - Finish in Madrid
Defending Champion: Alberto Contador
Total distance: 3297Km
The 73rd edition of the race, of the Vuelta a España or Tour of Spain is an annual multi stage race held in Spain each September. This cycling event is ranked next to the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de France in its significance and prestige. The Vuelta a Espana entire race is unique as its finish point the winner maillot red jersey.
The Vuelta represents the last hope for riders whose seasons haven’t quite lived up to expectations and often features a number of contenders riding their second Grand Tour of the year.
The best riders of the world takes part of a three week tour around Spain, between August 25th and September 16th, 2018. The race will start in Nîmes, France, and finish, as always, in Madrid.
The Vuelta a Espana, or Tour of Spain is one of the most respected races on the UCI World Tour and is a road cycling race that will stretch a little over 3297Km in 2017.
The race offers numerous betting opportunities as bookmakers offer up odds for the outright winner and for individual stages, while there are also a host of in-play betting markets.
Below you can check the Vuelta a España odds, and the latest Vuelta a España cycling tips..
The route changes each year but it always finishes in front of a passionate crowd in Madrid.
There will be 21 stages interspersed with 2 rest days. The 21 stages are split into:
8 hill stages
6 flat stages
5 mountain stages
A team time trial stage of 40 km
A individual time trial stage of 13.8 km
Stage one, Saturday August 19: Nîmes (France) (TTT), 13.8km
Stage two, Sunday August 20: Nîmes (France) – Gruissan (France), 201km
Stage three, Monday August 21: Prades Conflent Canigó (France) – Andorra la Vella (Andorra), 158.5km
Stage four, Tuesday August 22: Escaldes-Engordany (Andorra) – Tarragona (Spain), 193km
Stage five, Wednesday August 23: Benicàssim – Alcossebre, 173.4km
Stage six, Thursday August 24: Villareal – Sagunt, 198km
Stage seven, Friday August 25: Lliria – Cuenca, 205.2km
Stage eight, Saturday August 26: Hellín – Xorret de Cati, 184km
Stage nine, Sunday August 27: Orihuela – Cumbre del Sol, 176.3km
Rest Day, Monday August 28
Stage 10, Tuesday August 29: Caravaca Jubilar – Elpozo Alimentación, 171km
Stage 11, Wednesday August 30: Lorca – Observatorio Astronómico de Calar Alto, 188km
Stage 12, Thursday August 31: Motril – Antequera, 161.4km
Stage 13, Friday September 1: Coín – Tomares, 197km
Stage 14, Saturday September 2: Écija – Sierra de la Pandera, 185.5km
Stage 15, Sunday September 3: Alcalá la Real – Sierra Nevada, 127km
Rest Day, Monday September 4
Stage 16, Tuesday September 5: Circuito de Navarra – Logroño (ITT), 42km
Stage 17, Wednesday September 6: Villadiego – Los Machucos, 180km
Stage 18, Thursday September 7: Suances – Santo Toribio de Liébana, 168.5km
Stage 19, Friday September 8: Parque Natural de Redes – Gijón, 153km
Stage 20, Saturday September 9: Corvera de Asturias – Alto de l’Angliru, 119.2km
Stage 21, Sunday September 10: Arroyomolinos – Madrid, 101.9km
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