Vuelta a España Stage 18 Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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111.8 mi
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14,552 ft
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0.2 %
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La Vuelta A España

Stage 18 (mountain stage #7

This is the last mountain stage (but not the last climbing stage - Stage 20 features over 14,000’ of climbing, and is only a “Hilly” stage!). 5 categorized climbs are certainly going to test the riders, 2 of those being Cat 1 climbs: Puerto San Lorenzo, and the Puerto de la Cruz de Linares, which is actually done twice. During this stage we’ll see who’s recovered from the Angliru the day before!

The Puerto San Lorenzo is the biggest climb of the day and the highest elevation

The riders will cross the summit of Puerto de la Cruz de Linares before circling back and doing the same climb from the same direction again. Brutal!