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Salinas de Torrevieja to Torrevieja (18 km). Profile link: https://bit.ly/31wNEED
The race starts with a crucial TTT, and with a leaders jersey at stake. You take 10 pulls to help your team in this over-under session.
Benidorm to Calpe (193 km). Profile link: https://bit.ly/2IHQbTS
Stage 2 is full of opportunity, and with an eye on the polka dot jersey, you make a move for the breakaway of the day and try to collect points on the first categorised climbs of the race.
This is a BIG 20 min effort - the classic FTP test. Afterwards, take 95% of the 20 min power and update your FTP in TrainingPeaks.
Ibi. to Alicante (186 km). Profile link: https://bit.ly/2Xjcvww
A simple day in the peloton today, and you find yourself on bottle duty for the team. An easier day after two hard stages.
Cullera to El Puig (177 km): Profile link: https://bit.ly/2WG7b1N
Stage 4 is one of the flattest in the whole Vuelta, with only the Puerto del Ornet climb (6.4km at 6km) separating you from the sprint finish.
L'Eliana to Javalambre Observatory (166 km): Profile link: https://bit.ly/2KmjEWC
This is a classic Vuelta stage, always drags uphill, and especially into the final where you pull the peloton for your team leader right up till the Javalambre Observatory.
Mora de Rubielos to Ares del Maestrat (197 km). Profile link: https://bit.ly/2IdYt6W
Today's stage runs through a remote mountain range with stunning views and categorised climbs at at the start and end of the stage.
Onda to Mas de la Costa (183 km). Profile link: https://bit.ly/2WEwSQd
Today's stage starts with 80km of easy flat roads before quick fire punchy climb til the summit finish at Mas de la Costa.