But this year there should be no doubt that the Vuelta a España betting will be -hands down- the most challenging of the Grand Tour cycling betting events, and the hardest of any major race in the world. With the usual grinding climbs included in this year’s Vuelta a España betting and the extraordinarily difficult Angliru riders will be pushed to their absolute limits.
Most years it’s recognized that the Vuelta a España betting race will be the biggest challenge facing most riders in the major cycling betting world. It almost always favors the climbers and this year that is certainly the case as the Vuelta a España betting course consists of one heart breaking climb after another. All three of the Grand Tour cycling betting events features ridiculous climbs, but none so much as the Vuelta a España betting course. Whereas the Tour de France features several very important flat races and time trials, the Vuelta a España betting is set up to favor the climbers in the pack, of this their should be little doubt.
Just as the French Open in tennis favors clay court players and athletes with stamina, the Vuelta a España betting favors the best climbing athletes in the cycling world. The inclusion of the Angliru this year will ensure that there is no more challenging climbing race in cycling betting this year. The Angliru is widely considered the most difficult climb in major cycling and will be the signature stage of the 2008 Vuelta a España betting. It will be a make or break moment in the race and could prove to the be launching point of this year’s winner in the Vuelta a España betting.
This year’s Vuelta a España betting will get underway in Granada with a time trial and then the pain begins. Aside from a few days through the central regions of the country over relatively flat ground the Vuelta a España betting will spend most of its time meandering through the mountainous regions of the east central and northwest areas of Spain.