The Vuelta has long established a reputation as the “Climber’s Tour”, with a penchant for savage climbs and punchy uphill finishes – and the Vuelta a España 2023 route is no exception.
With just a few months left until the Tour de France 2023 kicks off on June 1, anticipation is hotting up.
The inclusion of four summit finishes will have cycling fans’ mouths watering at the prospect of a repeat of 2022’s titanic battle between Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogačar.
Turn on your TV in July and you’re likely to hear about “the parcours” at the Tour de France a fair amount. Parlez-vous francais? If not, some of the phrases baked into the culture and mythology of Le Tour may go over your head. But fear not! In this article, we’ll be starting with the … Read more