That is not to say that there are not flat stages to be found in the Tour of Spain betting this year, but if you’re planning to engage in any Spain Tour betting this year be prepared for some mammoth mountain climbs. The Spain Tour betting has come be known as a climbers race and this year the Tour of Spain betting will not disappoint in that department.
In what might be a bit of a surprise for Spain Tour betting new-comers the first full week of the Tour of Spain betting is actually on relatively flat ground this year. The Spain Tour betting kicks off with a mild time trial on the first day through the striking city of Granada. The next three stages of the Spain Tour betting remain in the south as the race slowly heads northward and passing through the city of Cordoba on the way to Ciudad Real on the way to the Spain Tour betting’s second time trial.
In Ciudad Real Spain Tour betting fans will watch just the second of three time trials over a 40 km course which should help set some of the order in the Tour of Spain betting before the riders head for the mountains. But no matter how big of a lead the stage riders might be able to build in the first week of the Spain Tour betting, it’s not likely to be enough.
After the first day of rest in the Spain Tour betting at the end of the first week; the Spain Tour betting action heads to the climb in a big way. Four of the next six Spain Tour betting stages are climbs that meander through the tiny county of Andorra and surrounding areas. After another day of rest at end of the second week of the Spain Tour betting the race heads back to the mountains for final climbing stages that are likely to decide the 2008 Spain Tour betting.
The final week of the Spain Tour betting will likely be the most demanding and entertaining. After starting the week with the grueling Angrilu climb, there are two other climbs, three flat stages before a climb and a time trial into Madrid to end the Spain Tour betting competition.