1975 Vuelta a España

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1975 Vuelta a España
Race details
Dates22 April – 11 May
Stages19 stages + Prologue, including 2 split stages
Distance3,104 km (1,929 mi)
Winning time88h 00' 56"
Results
Winner  Agustín Tamames (ESP) (Super Ser)
  Second  Domingo Perurena (ESP) (Kas)
  Third  Miguel María Lasa (ESP) (Kas)

Points  Miguel María Lasa (ESP) (Kas)
Mountains  Andrés Oliva (ESP) (Kas)
  Sprints  Fernando Mendes (POR) (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
  Team Kas-Kaskol
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The 30th Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain), a long-distance bicycle stage race and one of the three grand tours, was held from 22 April to 11 May 1975. It consisted of 19 stages covering a total of 3,104 km (1,929 mi), and was won by Agustin Tamames of the Super Ser cycling team.[1] Andres Oliva won the mountains classification while Miguel Maria Lasa won the points classification.[2]

Teams and riders[edit]

Route[edit]

List of stages[3][4]
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
P 22 April Fuengirola – Fuengirola 4.4 km (3 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Roger Swerts (BEL)
1 23 April Marbella – Marbella 78 km (48 mi)  Wilfried Wesemael (BEL)
2 24 April MálagaGranada 143 km (89 mi)  Miguel María Lasa (ESP)
3 25 April Granada – Granada 179 km (111 mi)  Agustín Tamames (ESP)
4 26 April AlmeríaÁguilas 178 km (111 mi)  Marino Basso (ITA)
5 27 April ÁguilasMurcia 176 km (109 mi)  Luc Leman [fr] (BEL)
6 28 April MurciaBenidorm 217 km (135 mi)  Marino Basso (ITA)
7 29 April Benidorm – Benidorm 8.3 km (5 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Miguel María Lasa (ESP)
8 30 April BenidormLa Pobla de Farnals 217 km (135 mi)  Marino Basso (ITA)
9 1 May La Pobla de FarnalsVinaròs 157 km (98 mi)  Marino Basso (ITA)
10 2 May VinaròsCambrils 173 km (107 mi)  Marino Basso (ITA)
11a 3 May CambrilsBarcelona 151 km (94 mi)|  Antonio Menéndez (ESP)
11b 3 May Barcelona – Barcelona 30.3 km (19 mi)|  Marino Basso (ITA)
12 4 May Palma de Mallorca – Palma de Mallorca 181 km (112 mi)  Agustín Tamames (ESP)
13 5 May BarcelonaTremp 189 km (117 mi)  Domingo Perurena (ESP)
14 6 May TrempFormigal 233 km (145 mi)  Agustín Tamames (ESP)
15 7 May JacaIrache 160 km (99 mi)  Agustín Tamames (ESP)
16 8 May IracheUrkiola 150 km (93 mi)  Agustín Tamames (ESP)
17 9 May DurangoBilbao 123 km (76 mi)  Donald Allan (AUS)
18 10 May BilbaoMiranda de Ebro 186 km (116 mi)  Hennie Kuiper (NED)
19a 11 May Miranda de EbroBeasain 110 km (68 mi)  Julien Stevens (BEL)
19b 11 May San Sebastián – San Sebastián 31.7 km (20 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Jesús Manzaneque (ESP)
Total 3,104 km (1,929 mi)

Results[edit]

Final General Classification[edit]

Rank Rider Team Time
1 Spain Agustin Tamames Super Ser Zeus 88h 00' 56"
2 Spain Domingo Perurena Kas-Kaskol + 14"
3 Spain Miguel María Lasa Kas-Kaskol + 33"
4 Spain Luis Ocaña Super Ser Zeus + 1' 34"
5 Netherlands Hennie Kuiper Frisol-GBC + 2' 29"
6 Portugal Fernardo Mendes Dos Benfica + 5' 50"
7 Italy Giuseppe Perletto Magniflex + 5' 55"
8 Portugal José Martins Freitas Coelima + 6' 53"
9 Spain Santiago Lazcano Super Ser Zeus + 7' 26"
10 Spain Jesus Manzaneque Monteverde + 7' 57"
11 Spain Antonio Martos Aguilar Kas-Kaskol
12 Portugal José Madeira Benfica
13 Portugal Antonio Martins Benfica
14 Spain Pedro Torres Super Ser-Zeus
15 Spain Andres Oliva Kas-Kaskol
16 Italy Ottavio Crepaldi Magniflex
17 Spain Manuel Esparza Monteverde
18 Spain José Pesarrodona Kas-Kaskol
19 Spain Ventura Diaz Monteverde
20 Portugal Manuel Rego Coelima
21 Belgium Jos Borguet Ijsboerke
22 Spain José Luis Abilleira Monteverde
23 Spain José Nazabal Merendia Kas-Kaskol
24 Portugal Joaquim Andrade Coelima
25 Spain Antonio Menendez Gonzalez Kas-Kaskol

References[edit]

  1. ^ "General Information 1975". La Vuelta.com. Archived from the original on 11 June 2011. Retrieved 22 March 2008.
  2. ^ http://hemeroteca-paginas.mundodeportivo.com/EMD01/HEM/1975/05/12/MD19750512-035.pdf
  3. ^ "1975 » 30th Vuelta a Espana". Procyclingstats. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  4. ^ "30ème Vuelta a España 1975". Memoire du cyclisme (in French). Archived from the original on 25 October 2004.

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