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11 Mar 2021

Departures and arrivals from Jaén, the Quiebrajano reservoir and Córdoba.

First details of the route: incredible locations like the Quiebrajano reservoir, with wide starts and finishes.

The competition will start on Monday 17th May, with the Flash Stage, a 24 kilometers time trial starting and finishing at the Las Fuentezuelas Sports Complex, located on the outskirts of Jaén and 10 minutes by bike from the centre of Jaén. A stage that will be marked by the uphill to El Neveral, a regular point in other editions.

Stage 2 will feature two long climbs, will also be in Jaén and will start and finish at the Quiebrajano reservoir, a spectacular location, as it was in the first stage of the 2015 edition. Long, but tight starts with some spectacular trialeras.

Stage 3, still in the province of Jaén and with more than 70 kilometers, will start and finish as in the first stage, in the Las Fuentezuelas Sports Complex and will be highlighted by the ascent to El Pincho, present in the first stage (time trial) of the last edition and the highest point of the province with 1,500 metres of climbing.

Once in Córdoba, stage 4 will visit the area of the Arroyo de la Gitana up through Trasierra, starting in the area of Mirabueno (very close to the Asomadilla Park) and finishing in the incredible Asomadilla Park, as has been present in previous editions.

Stage 5, the Super Stage will be the longest stage of the edition with 92 kilometers, starting from Calle Escritora Yolanda de Oreamuno (20 minutes from the centre of Córdoba) and finishing in the mythical climb to El Reventón in the middle of the stage, an essential point in any edition of the Andalucía Bike Race.

The last stage of this Andalucía Bike Race by Garmin, the Finisher Stage, will be a short stage of 48 kilometers and very intense. It will start from the Mirabueno area -the same point as stage 4 - and will finish in the Asomadilla Park to finalize this 11th edition plenty of emotion, intensity and new routes centred on Jaén and Córdoba. .

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