Calar alto vuelta españa

Vuelta a españa 2004 (12ª calar alta)

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Vuelta a españa 2006 calar alto part 3

A stage that looks very interesting because of the finish: two chained passes that are a magnificent opportunity to attack from afar or try to move the race from the very hard ascent to the Alto de Velefique, which is a real colossus… Then the long ascent to the more than 2,100 meters of Calar Alto where the finish line will be located. We like this stage, although it is not one of the most talked about, the moment of the race in which it arrives and its profile give us very good vibes…

Tour of spain 2006 calar alto astronomic observatory

The region of Almería, with its peculiar orography, its coastline unequalled in the peninsula and its cinematographic desert landscapes will welcome the peloton on a well-deserved first rest day. The province breathes cycling, as evidenced by its numerous presences in La Vuelta. Metas such as Calar Alto or Velefique are…

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Vuelta a españa 2006 (almería-observatorio astronómico de

In this stage, the team leader, Chris Froome (Sky), will have to confirm the authority and superiority he has shown so far, against rivals who will try to take advantage of the slightest weakness of the adversary.

Froome will defend the lead with a 36-second advantage over his closest rivals, Colombian Esteban Chaves (Orica-Scott) and Irishman Nicolas Roche (BMC Racing). Italian Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) is 1 minute and 17 seconds behind and American Tejay van Garderen (BMC Racing) is 1 minute and 27 seconds behind.