1974 Vuelta a España

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1974 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates 23 April – 12 May
Stages 19 stages + Prologue, including 3 split stages
Distance 2,987 km (1,856 mi)
Winning time 86h 48' 18"
Palmares
Winner  José Manuel Fuente (ESP) (Kas-Kaskol)
Second  Joaquim Agostinho (POR) (Bic)
Third  Miguel Maria Lasa (ESP) (Kas-Kaskol)

Points  Domingo Perurena (ESP) (Kas-Kaskol)
Mountains  José Luis Abilleira (ESP) (La Casera)
Combination  José Luis Abilleira (ESP) (La Casera)
Sprints  Javier Elorriaga (ESP) (Kas-Kaskol)
Team Kas-Kaskol
1973
1975

The 29th Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain), a long-distance bicycle stage race and one of the 3 grand tours, was held from April 23 to May 12, 1974. It consisted of 19 stages covering a total of 2,987 km, and was won by José Manuel Fuente of the Kas-Kaskol cycling team.[1] José Luis Albilleira won the mountains classification while Domingo Perurena won the points classification.

Results[edit]

Final General Classification[edit]

Rank Rider Team Time
1 Spain José Manuel Fuente Kas-Kaskol 86h 48' 18s
2 Portugal Joaquim Agostinho Bic a 11s
3 Spain Miguel Maria Lasa Kas-Kaskol a 1' 09s
4 Spain Luis Ocana Bic a 1' 58s
5 Spain Domingo Perurena Kas-Kaskol a 4' 29s
6 Spain José Antonio Gonzalez Kas-Kaskol a 5' 56s
7 France Jean Pierre Danguillaume Peugeot-BP-Michelin a 6' 29s
8 Spain José Luis Uribezubia Kas-Kaskol a 6' 33s
9 Spain Ventura Diaz Monteverde a 8' 25s
10 Belgium Roger Swerts Ijsboerke a 8' 28s
11 Portugal Fernardo Mendes Benfica
12 Spain Antonio Vallori La Casera
13 Spain José Luis Abilleira La Casera
14 Spain Antonio Menendez Kas-Kaskol
15 France Regis Ovion Peugeot-BP-Michelin
16 Spain Javier Francisco Elorriago Kas-Kaskol
17 Spain Agustin Tamames Benfica
18 Belgium Jan Van De Wiele MIC-De Gribaldy
19 Spain Juan Zurano Jerez La Casera
20 Spain Santiago Lazcano Kas-Kaskol
21 Spain José Antonio Ponton La Casera
22 Belgium Eric Leman MIC-De Gribaldy
23 Belgium Noel Van Clooster MIC-De Gribaldy
24 Spain Jesus Manzaneque Sanchez La Casera
25 Portugal Venceslau Fernandes Benfica

References[edit]

  1. ^ "General Information 1974". La Vuelta.com. Retrieved 2008-03-22. 

External links[edit]