Edition 66 of the Ruta del Sol sets off from Alhaurín de la Torre on Wednesday 19 February to finish on Sunday the 23rd. The five-day stage race is held in Andalucía, hence its other name Vuelta a Andalucía. The 2020 Ruta del Sol takes in a mix of hilly and mountain stages alongside an occasional sprint finish and a time trial on the last day of action. (Slideshow route/profile)
The Ruta del Sol sets off with a race featuring more than 3,700 metres, while the Queen Stage is played out on Friday. Running from Jaén to Úbeda, the 175 kilometres race takes in four climbs. An ITT with a few uphill kicks on the last day of action decides on the winner.
Jakob Fuglsang won the 2019 edition of the Ruta del Sol ahead of Ion Izagirre and Steven Kruijswijk.
Take a look at the start list of the 2020 Vuelta a Andalucia.
Ruta del Sol 2020 stages:
|1||we 19-2||Alhaurín de la Torre – Grazalema||173.9||mountains|
|2||th 20-2||Sevilla – Iznájar||198.7||hills|
|3||fri 21-2||Jaén – Úbeda||175||mountains|
|4||sa 22-2||Villanueva Mesía – Granada||126||mountains|
|5||su 23-2||Mijas – Mijas||13||ITT|
Ruta del Sol 2019: routes, profiles, more
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