News - 16/11 - 17:53 [GMT + 1]

Course Presentation - La Vuelta 23

On Tuesday January 10th at 7:30 PM, Unipublic will be presenting the route of La Vuelta 23. The Palacio de la Música Catalana (C/ Palau de la Música, 4-6, 08003, Barcelona) will be hosting the ceremony in which the details of the 78th edition of La Vuelta will be revealed.

In a live streamed gala that will be broadcasted on Teledeporte, the organization...

News - 18/10 - 11:00 [GMT + 2]

La Vuelta and Aquaservice prevent the use of over 180,000 single-use plastic bottles for the second year in a row

Aquaservice, Spain’s leading company in mineral water and refreshment dispensers, has collaborated with La Vuelta yet again in order to make the competition one of the most sustainable three-week cycling events in the world.

To this end, the Aquaservice circular bottled water dispenser system, has prevented the use of 180,000 single-use plastic bottles and the waste...

News - 11/10 - 12:15 [GMT + 2]

Celebrate Spain’s National Day with La Vuelta on ROUVY

ROUVY continues to bring the greater and lesser known parts of Spain to everyone’s home around the world. This time, ROUVY presents immersive augmented routes of La Vuelta that were not a part of the virtual grand tour in September. From Oct 12th to Oct 16th, cyclists of all levels are invited to compete virtually in the Spanish regions of Jaén, Andalusia, Cáceres...

News - 16/09 - 11:49 [GMT + 2]

ROUVY: La Vuelta Virtual ‘22 Summary - 7K riders worldwide, a winner from Belgium and 5K Euro for inclusive cycling

La Vuelta Virtual on ROUVY, last weekend, had a magnificent wrap-up in Madrid. Everyone witnessed the amazing story of Ward Simons who became the first winner of La Vuelta Virtual ‘22 at the in-person Grand Final. The pharmacist from Belgium managed to beat 9 competitors on the stage placed in the center of Madrid near Plaza de la Lealtad.   



Interview - 11/09 - 21:04

Evenepoel: "I've tried to give the most in every stage"

Marc Soler (UAE Team Emirates): "I never thought about being the most combative rider, I just did my race. I’ve tried to give the most in every stage, both to help the team and for myself. In the end, it’s a prize I’m very happy to get and I can only celebrate it. I think the team has been racing at a very high level: the podium with Juan [Ayuso], the team...

Interview - 11/09 - 20:56

Pedersen: "above all expectations"

Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo): "Again today my team did a really really good work. We had a really good position in the last corner. We hoped that the bunch would do kind of a stop and go, so we could come a bit from behind. UAE did it really perfect and managed to have almost the whole team in the last corner. They did like a Pro Cycling Manager sprint, so big congrats to...

Interview - 11/09 - 20:50

Carapaz: "It makes you want to return"

Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers): "Until the last day it has been a hard fought Vuelta, we were still flying on the circuit. The truth is we leave very happy: a jersey, three stages, nothing bad for me! I’m very happy after such a special and different Vuelta. It makes you want to return and to repeat it. Here in La Vuelta, the best win was yesterday’s [stage 20]....

Interview - 11/09 - 20:44

Molano: "You can’t imagine such happiness"

Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Team Emirates): "The truth is I’m still processing it. I knew I had to do a good job for Ackie [Pascal Ackermann], I had very good legs today and so did he. In the end, I launched with 300m to go, like I usually do in a lead-out. The team did a perfect job. I looked on the left and I saw Pedersen coming, and I never thought about stopping....

Interview - 11/09 - 20:34

Evenepoel: "It's history for my team, my country, myself"

Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl): "Now it really sinks in, it’s really official. Already yesterday the emotions were quite high. We were actually there but we still had to finish the race safe and in a good way. I think we did perfect. We enjoyed as much as possible and now we can really enjoy. I didn’t have much time to think in Madrid because there it was...

The stage film - 11/09 - 20:25

Molano and Evenepoel take glory in Madrid

Juan Sebastian Molano (UAE Team Emirates) claimed a surprise victory in Madrid, edging Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) and his sprinter Pascal Ackermann (UAE Team Emirates) in the final stage of La Vuelta 22. Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) went safely through the stage to win La Vuelta 22, his first Grand Tour victory, at 22 years old, a few months after winning Liège-Bastogne-Liège,...

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