Stage 4: Betanzos - San Andre de Teixido
It is often suggested that the Vuelta is guilty of overegging the pudding with so many summit finishes. However, the second in a row on just stage 4 is sure to provide fireworks, for the stage win if not the GC, too. It isn't a long stage and the lumps that precede the new finish on the 595m Mirador Vixia de Herbeira will have little effect on fresh legs.
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