Madrid is once again staging the final leg of the Vuelta Ciclista a España, which celebrates its 82nd anniversary and LXXII edition in 2017. After 21 gruelling days, the streets of Spain's capital have the honour of welcoming these heroes as they form a multi-coloured snake winding its way to the finishing line, presenting the last red jersey to the winner of the overall classification.
The final leg of La Vuelta will begin somewhere in the Region of Madrid and will conclude in the city of Madrid following 104.8 km of cycling. The final 52 km will take cyclists around the centre of Madrid with a circuit they have to complete nine times, before they reach the finishing line in the Plaza de Cibeles.
To whet your appetite for this event, the same circuit will previously host La Marcha de la Vuelta, the Vuelta Junior and the Vuelta de la Mujer women's race.
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