The reVolta (in Catalan, "riot") is the women's race of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya Associació Esportiva, held for the first time in 2018. The 4th edition of the reVolta was held on Saturday 29 April 2023, bringing an international women's peloton to Sant Cugat del Vallès thanks to its UCI 1.1 international category.

After making its debut in 2018 in Barcelona, the race has been held for three more editions in 2021, 2022 and 2023 in Sant Cugat del Vallès, becoming more and more consolidated in the national and international women's cycling calendar. This 2023, it took another step forward by placing the race in an increasingly demanding UCI international calendar.

The race could be seen live on television on TV3 and has an official website,

4th edition of the reVolta
One-day race: 29 April 2023
International category UCI 1.1


 reVolta winners

  • 2023: Claire Steels (Israel Premier Tech-Roland)
  • 2022: Clara Koppenburg (Cofidis Women's Team)
  • 2021: Katrine Aalerud (Movistar Team)
  • 2018: Lauren Stephens (Cylance ProCycling)
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Sant Cugat is a plural, diverse city that looks to the future. It is modern, it is dynamic, it is culture, it is history, it is tradition, where there is always something going on. Come and discover it! You'll find cultural, leisure, nature, gastronomic and shopping options. There is a Sant Cugat to suit all tastes, come and find yours!

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Sant Cugat is an ideal destination for a day or weekend getaway, located just a few minutes from Barcelona: you can come by train or car.

It is a young, modern, dynamic city and a place where things are always happening. Surrounded by the Collserola Natural Park, the great natural treasure. A paradise for walkers, cyclists, joggers and horse lovers. An immense park that offers you an infinite number of possibilities to enjoy nature. You can also enjoy the 13 parks for strolling, playing with the children and doing sport.

We can start discovering it through its historic centre, where there is the imposing Monastery of Sant Cugat, a religious complex from the 9th century that houses one of the most exceptional Romanesque cloisters in Europe. Strolling among its 144 unique capitals of high sculptural quality or learning about the life of the Benedictine monks in the monastery's museum is a unique experience.

A few metres away you will find the Celler Modernista designed in 1921 by Cèsar Martinell; or the Casa Museu Cal Gerrer, a unique museum dedicated to Marilyn Monroe. Among others, the Comic Museum offers a journey through the history of comics and their protagonists, through the different stages and evolution of their language. The Grau-Garriga Centre of Contemporary Textile Art is the first centre of contemporary textile art in Spain, all of which provide a wide range of culture in the city.

Another essential visit is Mercantic, a small vintage village of antique dealers, craftsmen and artists where different things happen every day. It is one of Europe's benchmarks for lovers of collecting and decoration. You can also enjoy an experience of vintage shopping, leisure and gastronomy.

Strolling along the commercial axis of Sant Cugat is also an attraction in itself. You will find emblematic establishments with beautiful shop windows, art galleries and restaurants serving international cuisine, but also local gastronomy.

Culture, nature, commerce, gastronomy and leisure are what you'll find in Sant Cugat... There's something for everyone, are you ready to discover yours?

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