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STAGE 1 - 20.66 kilometres and 503 metres of elevation gain | 17/05/2024

Individual time trial in the vicinity of Logroño where the main feature will be the 4-5 km XCO circuit around the Grajera. The 80% will be trails or single-tracks where we will see the capabilities of the cyclists, as well as the premiere of a new format in La Rioja Bike Race in its 10th anniversary as the XCM time trial, which was so much demanded by the riders. Departure from the Parque de los Enamorados in Logroño to arrive at the Palacio de los Deportes in Logroño. This stage will serve to mark the first differences between the riders before two stages of pure XCM. This stage will feature short but explosive climbs.

STAGE 2 - 83.97 kilometres and 2,187 metres of elevation gain | 18/05/2024

A pure marathon stage that will start from the Palacio de los Deportes in Logroño, the nerve centre of this race, to go up the Iregua Valley towards Viguera, and from there up towards Las Canteras, to cross into the Leza Valley via Luezas. There the cyclists will take a path to Terroba, to climb to the Ermita de Sarrias, and then descend back down the slope of the Leza to Soto. From there we will ascend again to cross the Iregua Valley again through Trevijano, once at the top we will start descending along the famous Fénix and Resentida trails, to end up descending through the new Bike Park in Nalda. From there we will descend and enter Logroño through the area of Pico del Águila, to finish at the Palacio de los Deportes de Logroño. This stage is characterised by old paths that have been technically recovered, and finishing on trails where the runners will descend with great fluidity to make their delights.

STAGE 3 - 54.03 kilometres and 1,283 metres of elevation gain | 19/05/2024

Typical stage through the mountains of Moncalvillo that will start again at the Palacio de los Deportes de Logroño, characterised by its variety of trails. The cyclists will ride along the track to the foot of the Moncalvillo Green housing estate, and from there they will head towards the Druida, Purgatorio and Dolorosa trails, and from there begin a rapid descent along the Búho, Jabalí, Tejón, Perdón, Natural and Caballo trails, and from there start the return journey to the Palacio de los Deportes de Logroño. This stage will push all riders to the limit both uphill and downhill, thanks to trails characterised by the typical pine forests of these areas full of roots and stones to the delight of the cyclists.

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