Watch: Ruta del Sol stage two highlights

Catch up with highlights of second stage of the Ruta del Sol
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The 2018 Ruta del Sol (February 14-18) will see some of the world’s top riders compete over five stages in the south of Spain.

The race, which is a 2.1 category race and part of the UCI Europe Tour, offers a varied parcours with stages for every type of rider, and has therefore attracted some pretty big names.

With two uphill finishes on stage two and four, the race has attracted some big name GC riders including Chris Froome (Team Sky) who is riding his first race of the 2018 season, Mikel Landa (Movistar), Jakob Fuglsang (Astana), and Steven Kruijswijk (LottoNL-Jumbo)

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However there are also two stages for the sprinters on stages one and three, with Sacha Modlo (EF Education First-Drapac), Clément Venturini (Ag2r La Mondiale), and Thomas Boudat (Direct Energie) among the fastmen in the race.

The second stage of the race features five climbs over 140km, the final of which being the climb to the finish at La Guardia de Jaén, the toughest of the two summit finishes that the 2018 Ruta del Sol has to offer

The Ruta del Sol continues on Friday with a 166.1km stage from Mancha Real to Herrera which should be one for the sprinters.

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