The second edition of the women's race of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya returns to the calendar and will be held on July 12th with national and international participation The ReVolta (Revolution, in catalan), the women's race of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, returns this year 2020 with Sant Cugat del Vallès as the city for the start and the finish.
It will be on July 12 when the second edition of a race will be held and will congregate national and international women's teams.
Volta's commitment to women's cycling, together with the support of the City Council of Sant Cugat del Vallès, has prompted the return of the ReVolta after a year of parentheses motivated by the congestion of the calendar.
It is a very special 2020 for Volta, with the celebration of the 100th edition between March 23 and 29, and the return of the ReVolta. It will be a race with a distance exceeding 100km, demanding and tough race for all the participants, and it will have Sant Cugat del Vallès as a starting point and the great finish line.
The ReVolta experienced its first edition in 2018 with a route on the classic Circuit of Montjuïc in Barcelona. The first edition of this event was a great succés, with a huge participation of 118 cyclists, and a great public attendance, coi.nciding with the last stage of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya.
The winner of the first edition of the "reVolta" was the US cyclist Lauren Stephens (Cylance ProCycling) ahead of Lorena Llamas (Movistar Team) and Sofia Rodríguez (Sopela Women Team).
The race was held at 45 minutes and one lap at the Montjuc circuit, and was regulated by the Federació Catalana de Ciclisme