Vuelta a España Stage 16 Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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74.7 mi
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6,669 ft
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Flat stage with a summit finish. Vuelta Home



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La Vuelta A España

Stage 16 (flat with summit finish)

After the second rest day, the riders will do a very short but rolling stage along the coast of the Bay of Biscay before a steep climb to the finish. Ending in Bejes, the Salto de la Cabra (La Hermida) is only a category 2, but with extra points awarded from also winning the stage. This climb has the third steepest average gradient of the Vuelta (9%)

The stage will take the riders into the Cantabrian mountains for the next two days. This mountain range which extends from the Pyrenees to the Atlantic is one of the most beautiful parts of Spain, and the Vuelta pays it a visit every year.

The riders will only climb the Salto de la Cabra to the town of Bejes, halfway up the full climb.

The final hairpins leading to the finish in Bejes

Not a bad place to watch a stage finish…