La Vuelta 2021 Stage 19 Highlights

Published on September 3rd 2021


The third day of pure climbing, the varying stage could see nearly any possibility happen with a route historically strong for Breakaways but flat enough at the end for a sprint. The first climb at Alto de Sela de Entorcisa moves quickly onto the second at Alto da Garganta, with averages of 5.6% riders having little time to recover. A third climb could see a breakaway comfortably form, that whilst not steep is long enough for them to make their escape. Once the three main climbs are finished however, attacks and fast descents could allow for sprinters to make a swift return. Riders such as (name) and (name) could be those riders, however will need the support of their teammates to see them over the summits, this of course could be fruitless if a breakaway makes it though which has been the case in the past. Subscribe to GCN+ for cycling as you have never seen it before! Live racing, shows & cycling adventure films: Subscribe to GCN Racing: Check out the GCN shop: #GCN #Cycling #BikeRacing Check out the GCN App: Let us know what your favourite race is, and which races you’d like us to cover. Brought to you by the world’s biggest cycling channel, the Global Cycling Network (GCN), GCN Racing brings you the best of the world’s bike races to your screens, wherever you are: the finest live race commentary, in-depth analysis and behind the scenes access from your favourite events are all here. So get involved, join us, and get ready to be in the thick of the action. Engage with on the channel and across social media – we’re here to answer every question you’ve got on cycling racing. GCN - GCN Japan: GCN Italia: Suscribirse a GCN en Español: The GCN Club - YouTube Channel - Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - GMBN Tech - GCN Tech - EMBN -