The women's stage race of the Volta a Catalunya is born. The traditional reVolta, which has been held four times (in 2018 in Barcelona, and from 2021 to 2023 in Sant Cugat del Vallès), evolves and will be held over three days, from June 7 to 9, 2024.

The race evolves to three days and will have UCI 2.1 category, which allows the participation of up to seven UCI Women's World Tour teams -the best teams in the world-, in addition to UCI Women's Continental Teams -from the second category-, and national teams such as the Catalan Massi-Tactic.

The race will have three very varied stages with presence in much of the Catalan territory, and one of them will have a high finish. Placed in the calendar in an ideal place to make the assault on races like the Giro Donne or the Tour de France Femmes, the Volta a Catalunya can attract magnificent cyclists thanks to a diverse route with an important presence of mountains.

The start and finish towns of the race, as well as the final route, will be defined soon, although a high finish has already been confirmed and the organization has found a great response from towns willing to join this project. The event has an official website, which will be launched soon.

Volta Ciclista a Catalunya

Three-day race: from 7 to 9 June 2024

International category UCI 2.1



 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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