This annual multi stage race held in Spain runs from August 23 to September 14, 2014. Along with the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia, Vuelta a Espana make up cycling’s 3 most prestigious Grand Tours of cycling. The 3,185 km race will feature 21 stages, including 8 mountain stages, 5 hill stages, 5 flat stages, and 3 time trials. The 69th edition Tour of Spain will run counterclockwise, through the south-east and east of the country before crossing the north.
The 2013 Vuelta a España brought the first win of an American rider, Chris Horner, who also became the oldest winner of the competition (and of any grand tour), at the age of 41. With Chris Froome and Alberto Contador abandoning this year’s Tour de France, the duel everyone wants to see will resume at La Vuelta. Add in Alejandro Valverde, Nairo Quintana, Chris Froome, Joaquim Rodriguez and Chris Horner in his new Lampre-Merida team, all top exciting riders will be here in 2014 to do battle.
The exciting professional cycling race will start with a 12.6km team time trial in Jerez de la Frontera, after which the cyclists move north to the green mountains, with the finish with a 10km individual time trial in the city of Santiago de Compostela. Witness first class riding and enjoy the live spectacle of the final of the Grand Tours with reliable VPN technology at your disposal. See who will be awarded with the winner’s jersey and catch the live action from any country around the globe with all online transmissions unlocked for you.