The final stage of the 2020 Vuelta.
Stage 17 features six categorised climbs, and by the end, we'll know who has won.
A hilly stage featuring a Category 1 climb.
A lumpy route which will make it difficult for the Peloton to control breakaways.
The riders face up to a hilly route through Galicia.
The final week of the Vuelta gets underway with an Individual Time Trial of 34km.
A short stage of just 109.4 kilometres but it features five climbs.
The first of two climbing days sees the riders tackle four huge climbs.
A primarily flat stage along the Cantabrian coast.
Stage 9 is flat and features a circuit around Aguilar de Campoo.
Stage 8 is a 164km ride from Logrono to Alto de Moncalvillo.
The race resumes with a hilly route which features two climbs of the Puerto de Orduna.
Highlights of the 136.6km sixth stage.
A hilly stage with a tough succession of climbs.
Stage Four is one of only four flat stages in the race.
Stage Three features a difficult climb at La Laguna Negra.
Stage two takes racers from Pamplona to Lekunberri.
Highlights of Stage One from Irun to Arrate Eibar.