News - 24/06 - 10:30 [GMT + 2]

Viajabien, sponsor and new La Vuelta official travel agency

The Viajabien Group and Unipublic, organiser of La Vuelta, have reached a sponsorship agreement. Viajabien thus becomes the race’s new official travel agency, whose function focuses on the organisation and management of travel and accommodation for almost 1500 people, a third of La Vuelta’s total caravan; an itinerant logistical giant that, every year, moves...

News - 19/06 - 12:06 [GMT + 2]

Relive 'brings to life' the new route of La Vuelta 20

Unipublic, organiser of La Vuelta, and Relive, the app that turns outdoor activities (cycling, running, hiking...) into 3D videos, are renewing their collaboration in order to announce the new stages of the Spanish Grand Tour following the changes made to the route as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis.

Relive, which has over eight million users worldwide, has been...

News - 16/06 - 10:30 [GMT + 2]

La Vuelta and the Cervantes Institute present the 'Spanish-Dutch Cycling Dictionary'

The dictionary is one of the projects originally designed to be a part of the vast activity program surrounding the now-cancelled La Vuelta 20 official departure from the Netherlands (Utrecht and the North Brabant region).

La Vuelta, in collaboration with the Netherlands Cervantes Institute and the local La Vuelta Holanda organising committee, present the “Spanish-Dutch...

News - 12/06 - 18:00 [GMT + 2]

Puebla de Sanabria and Salamanca join the La Vuelta 20 route

Puebla de Sanabria and Salamanca will take over from Porto. Mastosinhos and Viseu as the hosts of stages 15 and 16 of La Vuelta 20, respectively. Puebla de Sanabria will be the finish-line of stage 15, with a departure from Mos. Salamanca will host the departure of stage 16, with the finish-line in Ciudad Rodrigo and the entire day taking place within the Province of Salamanca.

Due...

News - 09/05 - 12:00 [GMT + 2]

La Vuelta 20 will not go to Portugal

Due to the exceptional situation caused by the COVID-19 crisis and, due to the impossibility of ensuring the optimum conditions required to hold the race in the territory, the municipalities of Oporto, Matosinhos and Viseu, in agreement with Unipublic, organiser of La Vuelta, have decided that the route of La Vuelta 20 will not pass through Portugal.

This means that stage...

News - 08/05 - 13:30 [GMT + 2]

La Vuelta 20: teams selection

Following the official announcement of the revised 2020 calendar for the UCI World Tour season, and having discussed with the world governing body of cycling the participation rules for UCI World Tour races; the organizers of La Vuelta have chosen the teams that will take part in the 75th edition of the Spanish Grand Tour. La Vuelta 20 will start on Tuesday the 20th of October...

News - 05/05 - 15:43 [GMT + 2]

La Vuelta 20 will take place from the 20th of October to the 8th of November

La Vuelta 20 has new dates, following today’s official announcement by the International Cycling Union (UCI). The Spanish tour will take off with the Irun – Arrate. Eibar stage on Tuesday the 20th of October, and will conclude in Madrid on Sunday, the 8th of November.

Due to the health crisis caused by COVID-19, Unipublic, organiser of La Vuelta, made the decision...

News - 04/05 - 17:50 [GMT + 2]

Contest winners: 'Your best memory of La Vuelta'

On the occasion of La Vuelta’s 85th anniversary, Unipublic has encouraged fans of the race and of cycling in general to share their best memories regarding the Spanish tour, through the competition ‘Your best memory’. It was a call to cast a look back and share good memories at a time when we are dealing with the COVID-19 health crisis, currently affecting the...

News - 29/04 - 17:28 [GMT + 2]

La Vuelta 20 will consist of 18 stages and will take off from the Basque Country

The La Vuelta organisation, in accordance with the UCI (International Cycling Union), agreed to delay the race’s 75th edition. La Vuelta 20 was originally going to take place from the 14th of August to the 6th of September, departing from the Netherlands. However, the necessary reorganisation of the annual cycling calendar, due to the global health crisis caused by COVID-19,...

News - 29/04 - 09:05 [GMT + 2]

The official departure of La Vuelta 20 from The Netherlands is cancelled

La Vuelta 20 will not take off from the Netherlands. Due to the exceptional situation caused by the COVID-19 crisis, the organising committee of La Vuelta Holanda has been forced to cancel the official departure of the race from the Dutch regions of Utrecht and North Brabant.

The local organisation committee and Unipublic have been forced to make this decision as a result...

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