Vuelta a Burgos Feminas was upgraded to the Ladies’s WorldTour in 2021 and now concludes the triple top-tier stage races provided in Could in Spain, with 4 hilly levels that culminate prime the Lagunas de Neila.
Vuelta a Burgos 2023 levels
- Stage 1: Quintanaortuño – Medina de Pomar, 115.6km
- Stage 2: Sotresgudo – Lerma, 118.9km
- Stage 3: Caleruega – Aranda de Duero, 112.7km
- Stage 4: Tordómar – Lagunas de Neila 121.5km
Stage 1: Quintanaortuño – Medina de Pomar, 115.6km
The Vuelta a Burgos opens with a hilly 115.6km route from Quintanaortuño to Medina de Pomar on Thursday. The route features a categorised mountain at Alto La Varga earlier than ending in what could possibly be a breakaway or bunch dash in Medina de Pomar.
Stage 2: Sotresgudo – Lerma, 118.9km
The climbing continues on stage 2 with ascents over the Alto de la Herradura after which Alto Coto Gallo, adopted by a flat run-in to Lerma. It is one other day that might play into the arms of the breakaway specialists.
Stage 3: Caleruega – Aranda de Duero, 112.7km
In what could possibly be the one day for the pure sprinters, stage 3 from Caleruega to Aranda de Duero is the flattest of the 4 levels and there are not any categorised climbs on faucet.
Stage 4: Tordómar – Lagunas de Neila 121.5km
The finale is very for the pure climbers with a mountaintop end at Lagunas de Neila. Nevertheless, there are two different categorised climbs earlier than the grand finale; Alto del Majadal and Alto del Collado de Vilviestre. This stage will certainly crown the general winner on the summit of Lagunas de Neila.