2021 Vuelta CV Féminas
Male Team 18 Apr

Vuelta CV Féminas

92 Kilometers
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TV

Barring any late surprise, there will be live pictures on Eurosport (Player or traditional TV) and GCN. No timetable has been confirmed yet.

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Timetable

The race will start at ten o’clock in the morning; the finish is expected around 12.45pm CEST.

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Social Media

The race’s official Twitter account is @VueltaCVFeminas; the hashtag is #VCVFéminas.

Route

Paterna - Valencia (92km)
18 April

Analysis

Just like the men’s race, the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana Féminas’ 3rd edition will be held in April, after being postponed in February due to the health situation in Spain. The route remains similar to previous years, with no big climbs to avoid a bunch sprint which has decided the race’s outcome in both 2019 and 2020, the latter with Barbara Guarischi as second-placed finisher.

Respecting the organisers’ desire not to bring you neither the profile nor the itinerary of the race, we can describe it by naming the towns and villages the race will pass through on the 92km route from Paterna to Valencia. The peloton will cross Manises, Ribarroja, Villamarchante, Benaguasil, Marines, Náquera -the highest point of the race, with some little ascents with thirty kilometers to go-, Bétera and Godella prior to finishing in the outskirts of the city, in the Campanar area.