It’s not the most well-known race in the calendar, but the Tour de San Luis is attracting a stellar crowd these days
Here are a few things to keep your eye on in the South American race, which runs from January 18-24. Big names on show
Nairo Quintana before Stage 13 of the 2015 Vuelta Espana Peter Sagan , Nairo Quintana, Vincenzo Nibali , Rafal Majka…the list isn’t exactly endless, but there are some decent names who have travelled to San Luis to start their seasons.
While Australia’s Tour Down Under boasts WorldTour status, a bit of glitz and a load of publicity, outside of its own country the Tour de San Luis has traditionally kept itself to itself.
But with the drama of the virtually unknown Fernando Gaviria beating Mark Cavendish twice last year, San Luis has more than enough excitement and drama to keep us interested. The first mountains of the year
Joe Dombrowski in action during Stage 6 of the 2015 Tour de San Luis The main reason the big guns decide to go to Argentina in January is the fact that there’s actual mountains involved. Adelaide may have Old Willunga Hill but it’s not really enough of […]