Vuelta castilla y león 2019

Vuelta castilla y león 2019

Tour of zamora 2021

And as the end of the race, a stage of just over 150 km between the city of León and Villafranca del Bierzo, in the west of the province, facing halfway through the day the Puerto de Foncebadón, although climbed by its gentle slope, then having a very steep descent, After passing through Ponferrada, the stage will head towards the town of Villafranca, where there will be a final flat circuit of almost 16 km, with the stage most likely to be decided by a sprint, although a breakaway cannot be ruled out.
Please note that the stage profiles below are not the official ones, but are made by Eriz Fraile, co-director of Sprint Final, with the Cronoescalada profile editor. Anyway, you can consult the official graphics by clicking on the corresponding link. On the other hand, both the mileage figures and the data of the mountain passes are the ones that come in the route-meter, although according to other sources the stages would be longer, while there are mountain passes whose figures do not correspond to reality.

Tour of burgos stage 3

These are the complete classifications after the first stage of the Vuelta a Castilla y León 2019, a day of 170.3 kilometers disputed this Thursday between the Palencia towns of Frómista and Villada.
General classification points (Top-10):1. Davide Cimolai (ITA/Israel Academy) – 252. ENRIQUE SANZ (ESP/EUSKADI-MURIAS) – 203. Jerome Cousin (FRA/Total-Direct Energie) – 164. JONATHAN LASTRA (ESP/CAJA RURAL-RGA) – 145. Nelson Oliveira (POR/MOVISTAR) – 106. Guillaume Boivin (CAN/Israel Academy) – 88. EDUARD PRADES (ESP/MOVISTAR) – 79. Daniele Bennati (ITA/MOVISTAR) – 610. Eduard Michael Grosu (ROU/Delko Marseille Provence) – 5.

Vuelta a burgos 2020 general classification

A total of 18 teams took the start, including 1 UCI WorldTeam, 8 Continental Professional and 9 Continental, who made up a peloton of 120 riders of which 84 finished. The participating teams were:
Team classificationTeamTime1.º Movistar Team 39 h 08 min 53 s2.º Israel Cycling Academy + 42 s3.º Euskadi Basque Country-Murias + 1 min 48 s4.º Kometa + 4 min 34 s5.º Burgos-BH + 4 min 59 s6. º Delko Marseille Provence + 5 min 36 sec7.º Vito-Feirense-Pnb + 7 min 23 sec8.º Manzana Postobón + 9 min 22 sec9.º Sporting-Tavira + 10 min 24 sec10.º Total Direct Énergie + 11 min 41 sec
The Vuelta a Castilla y León awarded UCI World Ranking points for team riders in the UCI WorldTeam, Continental Professional and Continental Teams categories.[5] The following tables show the scoring scale and the 10 riders who scored the most points:

Castilla y león television

It is disputed almost uninterruptedly, since the 1985 season, with the exception of 1990, changing in 1996 to the current name. Since the creation of the UCI Continental Circuits in 2005, it is part of the UCI Europe Tour, within the 2.1 category.
In terms of participation there is usually a good international representation and UCI ProTour category teams, with important cyclists such as Miguel Induráin, Melchor Mauri, Santiago Blanco, Ángel Casero, Leonardo Piepoli, Francisco Mancebo, Alexandre Vinokourov, Alberto Contador, Levi Leipheimer and Alejandro Valverde.