How to watch the 2021 Vuelta a Burgos – live TV and streaming

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Hugh Carthy, Egan Bernal and Mikel Landa battle at the Giro d'Italia earlier this year (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

The Vuelta a Burgos, a traditional lead-in stage race before the Vuelta a España, kicks off on Tuesday, August 3. The five-day race, held in northern Spain near the Basque Country, has this year attracted a star-packed start list as numerous big names prepare for the third Grand Tour of the season.

The race will be broadcast in select locations in Europe and the rest of the world. You can find out how to watch the race wherever you are with our handy guide and with ExpressVPN.

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Stage 1August 3Burgos - Burgos
Stage 2August 4Tardajos - Briviesca
Stage 3August 5Busto de Bureba - Espinosa de los Monteros
Stage 4August 6Roa - Aranda de Duero
Stage 5August 7Comunero de Revenga - Lagunas de Neila

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