2018 Klasika Primavera
Male Team 08 Apr

Klasika Primavera

171.5 Kilometers


There won't be any live coverage of the race. Basque station ETB1 will be showing highlights at 4pm CEST on Sunday, which should be available at their website later on (look for 'Azken 7 egunak', then ETB1 and 'Igandea 8 Aprilak').


The start from Amorebieta's Navarra street will be given at 9.15am; the finish is scheduled between 1.20 and 1.32pm CEST.

Social Media

The organisers' official Twitter account is @scamorebieta, even though they usually don't cover the race live extensively. The hashtag, if we follow the procedure for last year's, should be #Klasika18. Over at @Movistar_Team we'll be follow our riders' results in the Basque Country, in the middle of an action-packed Sunday also including Paris-Roubaix and the Trofeo Villa de Noja.


The GP Miguel Indurain 'tied' last March with Amorebieta as the one-day event -excluding the Spanish National Championships- which Eusebio Unzué's squad has won the most times at. Ten victories have been obtained by the Abarca Sports organisation in the Klasika Primavera, the earliest of which came 36 (!!) years ago from the legs of Jesús Suárez Cueva. The full list is available on our website's History stats section.


Amorebieta (171.5km)
08 April


  1. 01 Andrey Amador Movistar Team 4h06'11''
  2. 02 Alejandro Valverde Movistar Team m.t.
  3. 03 Wilmar Paredes Manzana Postobón + 10''
  4. 04 Carlos Betancur Movistar Team m.t.
  5. 12 Rubén Fernández Movistar Team + 30''
  6. —  Winner Anacona Movistar Team DNF
  7. —  Jaime Castrillo Movistar Team DNF
  8. —  Rafa Valls Movistar Team DNF