Tour of Valencia 2023 Route stage 5: Paterna – Valencia

Tour of Valencia 2023Sunday 5 February - The Tour of Valencia ends with a 93.2 kilometres long race between Paterna and Valencia. The route includes more elevation gain than usual, but a sprint finish is still the most likely outcome.

The last stage takes in two climbs and both are familair. The Alto de L’Oronet – 4.2 kilometres at 4.4% – and the Port del Garbí – 9 kilometres at 5.1% – are also included in the 3rd stage. And also in the same order. The main difference is that the Garbí peaks out with 45 kilometres remaining. The first 20 kilometres go downhill, the rest of the route is flat.

The Paterna–Valencia stage is a staple on the last day of action of the Tour of Valencia, but usually the route is more flat. Recent winners in Valencia were Fabio Jakobsen (2022, 2020), Dylan Groenewegen (2019), Jürgen Roelandts (2018), and Bryan Coquard (2017).

The first three riders on the line gain time bonuses of 10, 6 and 4 seconds, while the intermediate sprint (MV in underneath profile) comes with 3, 2 and 1 seconds.

Another interesting read: stage results and final GC 2023 Tour of Valencia.

Tour of Valencia 2023 stage 5: routes & profiles

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