Can newly crowned time trial world champion Remco Evenepoel defend his overall title from 2022? Or will Jumbo-Visma’s multiple Grand Tour winners Primoz Roglic and Jonas Vingegaard get the better of the Belgian? Here is all you need to about this year’s race, which starts on 26 August in Barcelona, Spain.
11 min The last big Grand Tour of the 2023 men’s road cycling season is just around the corner.
Some of the best general classification riders have announced their presence at the Vuelta a España 2023 , including defending champion Remco Evenepoel , three-time Vuelta winner Primoz Roglic and two-time Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard .
Home favourites Enric Mas and rising star Juan Ayuso will be eager to become the first Spanish winner since Alberto Contador in 2014, after finishing second and third in the 2022 edition.
This year’s 78 th edition of La Vuelta will cover 3156,5 km, starting in Barcelona on Saturday (26 August) and finishing in the Spanish capital Madrid on Sunday (17 September).
22 teams and 176 riders will be at the start line of the first stage at Platja del Somorrostro, where the only team time trial of any Grand Tour this season will decide who is going to wear the first coveted red leader’s jersey.
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