After the Tour and the Giro, the Volta a Catalunya is the oldest stage race on the cycling calendar with the inaugural race held in 1911. The 97th edition leaves on Monday, 20 March, to finish on Sunday, 26 March. The route takes in a mix of summit finishes, hilly stages, chances for the sprinters, and a long team time trial. (Slideshow route/profile)
Read more about the route of the 2017 Volta a Catalunya.
In 2016 it was Nairo Quintana who took the GC, while Alberto Contador and Daniel Martin finished in second and in third.
Tick links in underneath scheme for details on individual stages.
Volta a Catalunya 2017 stages:
|1||Mo 20-3||Volta a Catalunya 2017 Route stage 1 Calella – Calella||178.9 km|
|2||Tu 21-3||Volta a Catalunya 2017 Route stage 2 Banyoles – Banyoles||41.3 km||TTT|
|3||We 22-3||Volta a Catalunya 2017 Route stage 3 Mataró – La Molina||181.1 km||mountains|
|4||Th 23-3||Llívia – Igualada||194.3 km|
|5||Fr 24-3||Volta a Catalunya 2017 Route stage 5 Valls – Lo Port (Tortosa)||182.0 km||mountains|
|6||Sa 25-3||Tortosa – Reus||189.7 km|
|7||Su 26-3||Barcelona – Barcelona||138.7 km||hills|
Volta a Catalunya 2017: Height profiles, and more
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Volta a Catalunya 2017
Volta a Catalunya 2017 Route stage 2: TTT in BanyolesVolta a Catalunya 2017 Route stage 3: Mataró - La MolinaVolta a Catalunya 2017 Route stage 5: Valls - Lo Port (Tortosa)