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Vuelta a Espana 1969

The 24th Edition Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain), a long-distance bicycle stage race and one of the three grand tours, was held from 23 April to 11 May 1969. It consisted of 18 stages covering a total of 2,921.4 km (1,815.3 mi), and was won by Roger Pingeon of the Peugeot cycling team. Raymond Steegmans won the points competition and Luis Ocaña, who demonstrated his time trialling skills by winning the prologue and two time trials in the race, won the mountains classification.

1969 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates 23 April – 11 May
Stages 18
Distance 2,921.4 km (1,815 mi)
Winning time 73h 18′ 45″
Results
Winner  Roger Pingeon (FRA) (Peugeot-BP-Michelin)
Second  Luis Ocaña (ESP) (Fagor)
Third  Rini Wagtmans (NED) (Willem II)

Points  Raymond Steegmans (BEL) (Goldor)
Mountains  Luis Ocaña (ESP) (Fagor)
Sprints  Juan María Uribezubia (ESP) (Karpy)
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Route

List of stages
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
1a 23 April Badajoz – Badajoz 6.5 km (4 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Luis Ocaña (ESP)
1b 24 April Badajoz – Badajoz 246 km (153 mi)  Michael Wright (GBR)
2 25 April Badajoz – Cáceres 135 km (84 mi)  Felice Salina [fr] (ITA)
3 26 April Cáceres – Talavera de la Reina 190 km (118 mi)  Luigi Sgarbozza (ITA)
4 27 April Talavera de la Reina – Madrid 124 km (77 mi)  Domingo Perurena (ESP)
5 28 April Madrid – Alcázar de San Juan 162 km (101 mi)  Raymond Steegmans (BEL)
6 29 April Alcázar de San Juan – Almansa 231 km (144 mi)  Edward Sels (BEL)
7 30 April Almansa – Nules 233 km (145 mi)  Ramón Saez (ESP)
8 1 May Nules – Benicàssim 199 km (124 mi)  Ramón Saez (ESP)
9 2 May Benicàssim – Reus 169 km (105 mi)  José Manuel López Rodríguez (ESP)
10 3 May Reus – Barcelona 146 km (91 mi)  Manuel Martín Piñera (ESP)
11 4 May Barcelona – Sant Feliu de Guíxols 118 km (73 mi)  Nemesio Jiménez (ESP)
12 5 May Sant Feliu de Guíxols – Moià 151 km (94 mi)  Roger Pingeon (FRA)
13 6 May Moià – Barbastro 229 km (142 mi)  Michael Wright (GBR)
14a 7 May Barbastro – Zaragoza 125 km (78 mi)  Raymond Steegmans (BEL)
14b 7 May Zaragoza – Zaragoza 4 km (2 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Roger Pingeon (FRA)
15 8 May Zaragoza – Pamplona 176 km (109 mi)  Mariano Díaz (ESP)
16 9 May Irun – San Sebastián 25 km (16 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Luis Ocaña (ESP)
17 10 May San Sebastián – Vitoria 129 km (80 mi)  Gregorio San Miguel (ESP)
18a 11 May Vitoria – Llodio 76 km (47 mi)  Ercole Gualazzini (ITA)
18b 11 May Llodio – Bilbao 29 km (18 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Luis Ocaña (ESP)
Total 2,921.4 km (1,815 mi)

Results

Final general classification
Rank Rider Team Time
1 France Roger Pingeon Peugeot-BP-Michelin 73h 18′ 45″
2 Spain Luis Ocaña Fagor + 1′ 54″
3 Netherlands Rini Wagtmans Willem II + 5′ 10″
4 Spain José Manuel Lasa Pepsi Cola + 5′ 10″
5 United Kingdom Michael Wright Bic + 5′ 27″
6 West Germany Rolf Wolfshohl Bic + 6′ 11″
7 France Gilbert Bellone Bic + 6′ 47″
8 Spain Gregorio San Miguel Kas-Kaskol + 7′ 05″
9 Spain Carlos Echeverría Kas-Kaskol + 7′ 35″
10 Spain Eusebio Velez Fagor + 7′ 51″
11 Spain Salvador Canet Pepsi Cola
12 Spain José-Antonio Gonzalez Kas-Kaskol
13 Spain Ventura Diaz Arrey Karpy
14 Belgium Willy De Geest Pull Over Centrale
15 Spain José Manuel Lopez Fagor
16 Spain Francisco Gabica Fagor
17 Spain Jorge Marine Torres Pepsi Cola
18 Spain Eduardo Castello Villanova Kas-Kaskol
19 Spain Ramon Saez Marzo Pepsi Cola
20 Spain Juan-Maria Uribezubia Karpy
21 Spain Miguel Maria Lasa Pepsi Cola
22 Spain Luis-Pedro Santamarina Fagor
23 Spain Domingo Perurena Fagor
24 Belgium Herman Flabat Pull Over Centrale
25 Spain Aurelio Gonzalez Puente Kas-Kaskol
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