Gran Premio de Llodio

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Gran Premio de Llodio
Race details
DateEarly June
RegionBasque Country, Spain
English nameGran Prix of Llodio
Local name(s)Gran Premio Internacional de Llodio(in Spanish)
Laudioko Nazioarteko Sari Nagusia(in Basque)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
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History
First edition1949 (1949)
Editions62 (as of 2011)
Final edition2011
First winner Félix Vidaurreta (ESP)
Most wins Domingo Perurena (ESP) (3 wins)
Final winner Santiago Pérez (ESP)

Gran Premio Internacional de Llodio (also known as Clásica de Álava) is a Spanish professional cycle road race that was held in Llodio, Basque Country,[1] between 1949 and 2011. From 2005 to 2011, the race was organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.[2]

Winners[edit]

Year Country Rider Team
1949  Spain Felix Vidaurreta Touring
1950  Spain Jesus Morales individual
1951  Spain Carmelo Morales individual
1952  Spain Jesus Galdeano individual
1953  Spain Antonio Barrutia individual
1954  Spain Antonio Barrutia Gamma
1955  Spain Martín Erausquin individual
1956  Spain Roberto Morales Faema-Guerra
1957  Spain Carlos Pérez CIL Bicicletas-Indauchu
1958  Spain Antonio Ferraz KAS-Boxing Club
1959  Spain Antonio Ferraz Boxing
1960  Spain Julio Jimenez Catigene
1961  Spain José Bernardez Licor 43
1962  Spain Juan Maria Balier Espumosos Gorbea
1963  Spain Valentín Uriona KAS-Kaskol
1964  Spain Juan José Sagarduy KAS-Kaskol
1965  Spain Andres Incera Olsa
1966  Spain José Manuel Lopez Rodriguez Fagor
1967  Spain José Antonio Momene Fagor
1968  Spain Luis Ocaña Fagor-Fargas
1969  Spain Domingo Perurena Fagor
1970  Spain Domingo Perurena KAS-Kaskol
1971  Spain Celestino Padilla
1972  Spain Domingo Perurena KAS-Kaskol
1973  Spain Francisco Elorriaga KAS-Kaskol
1974  Spain Antonio Menendez KAS-Kaskol
1975  Spain José Luis Uribezubia Super Ser
1976  Spain Luis Alberto Ordiales Novostil-Transmallorca
1977  Spain Bernardo Alfonsel Teka
1978  Spain Ismael Lejarreta KAS-Campagnolo
1979  Spain Francisco Albelda Transmallorca-Flavia
1980  Spain Felipe Yanez Kelme
1981  Spain Jorge Ruiz Cabestany Teka
1982  Spain Antonio Coll Teka
1983 No race
1984  Spain Alfonso Gutierrez Teka
1985  Spain Julián Gorospe Reynolds
1986  Spain Ángel Camarillo Zor-B.H. Sport
1987  Spain Pello Ruiz Cabestany Caja Rural-Seat
1988  Spain Carlos Hernandez Teka
1989  Spain Manuel Jorge Domínguez B.H. Sport
1990  Spain Aitor Garmendia Banesto
1991  Spain Juan Carlos Martin Amaya Seguros
1992  Spain Ángel Edo Kelme
1993  Spain Miguel Ángel Martínez Torres O.N.C.E.
1994  Russia Asiat Saitov Kelme
1995  Spain Marino Alonso Banesto
1996  Spain David Etxebarria O.N.C.E.
1997  Spain José Rodriguez Garcia Kelme-Costa Blanca
1998  Russia Serguei Smetanine Vitalicio Seguros-Grupo Generali
1999  Italy Marco Velo Mercatone Uno–Bianchi
2000  Spain Miguel Ángel Martín Perdiguero Vitalicio Seguros-Grupo Generali
2001  Spain Juan José De Los Angeles Kelme–Costa Blanca
2002  Spain Iván Gutiérrez iBanesto.com
2003  Spain Juan Fuentes Angullo Saeco Macchine per Caffè
2004  Venezuela Unai Etxebarria Euskaltel–Euskadi
2005  Spain David Herrero Euskaltel–Euskadi
2006  Spain Jaume Rovira Andalucía–Paul Versan
2007  Spain David de la Fuente Saunier Duval–Prodir
2008  Spain Hector Guerra Liberty Seguros
2009  Spain Samuel Sánchez Euskaltel–Euskadi
2010  Spain Ángel Vicioso Andalucía–Cajasur
2011  Spain Santiago Pérez Barbot–Efapel

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