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Miguel Induráin odds

There is no odds at GP Miguel Induráin 2022 yet, but we have found odds at Tour de France 2021.

Who wins GP Miguel Induráin 2021?

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Alejandro Valverde1.661.66
Luis León Sánchez4.334.33
Alex Aranburu8.008.00
Omar Fraile11.0011.00
Alexey Lutsenko15.0015.00
Bauke Mollema17.0017.00
Ben Hermans17.0017.00
Eddie Dunbar17.0017.00
Laurens De Plus17.0017.00
Pello Bilbao19.0019.00
Simon Geschke23.0023.00
Jon Izagirre26.0026.00
Pierre-Roger Latour29.0029.00
Guillaume Martin34.0034.00
Jesús Herrada41.0041.00
Ben Swift51.0051.00
Carlos Verona51.0051.00
Julien Simon51.0051.00
Toms Skujins51.0051.00
Javier Romo67.0067.00
Krists Neilands67.0067.00
Mikel Bizkarra81.0081.00
Diego Ulissi101.00101.00
Enric Mas Nicolau101.00101.00
Gino Mäder101.00101.00
Jefferson Alveiro Cepeda101.00101.00
Julien Bérard101.00101.00
Nicola Conci101.00101.00
Rafal Majka101.00101.00
Élie Gesbert126.00126.00
Brandon Mc Nulty126.00126.00
Sebastián Henao126.00126.00
Alessandro Covi151.00151.00
Alexander Kamp151.00151.00
Andrey Amador151.00151.00
Anthony Perez151.00151.00
Diego Rosa151.00151.00
Fernando Barceló151.00151.00
Gregor Mühlberger151.00151.00
Hermann Pernsteiner151.00151.00
Jan Polanc151.00151.00
Jonathan Castroviejo151.00151.00
Jonathan Lastra Martínez151.00151.00
Mark Padun151.00151.00
Mikel Nieve151.00151.00
Rémy Rochas151.00151.00
Rubén Fernández151.00151.00
Sergio Samitier151.00151.00
Víctor De La Parte151.00151.00
Valerio Conti151.00151.00

GP Miguel Induráin 2021

The 2021 GP Miguel Induráin is a single-day cycling road race announced to be run on Saturday, April 3, 2021, in Navarre, Spain. The race will be the 67th edition of the GP Miguel Induráin and will sprint as a 1.Pro event on the UCI Europe Tour.

The race was first held in 1951, but it was only disclosed to local competitors at that time. In 1998, it was renamed after a Spanish cyclist. The race was promoted to a UCI Europe Tour 1.1 event in 2005 and further to a 1.HC event in 2007 and 2008. Since 2020, the race has been considered as part of the current UCI ProSeries. These higher levels of competition have attracted a more competitive and global field of racers.

The race rolls out from Estella and finishes its journey at the same location in Spain. This consists of approximately 190 km of race distance and goes through extreme challenges. The race frequently passes through the city of Estella-Lizarra, in the Spanish province of Navarre. The modern race almost involves more challenging climbs and thus appears to prefer a fast all-rounder over a climber or a genuine sprinter.

Participating Teams

The race generally includes many international racers who put their best attempt in the race to keep the super records. Local riders also show interest in competing in the race and overall riders fight until it ends. As the race holds importance on the UCI Europe Tour, it helps the riders to take a warm-up contest for the upcoming tour.

Competing teams: UAE-Team Emirates, Astana - Premier Tech, INEOS Grenadiers, Israel Start-Up Nation, Bahrain - Victorious, Cofidis–Solutions Crédits, Trek - Segafredo, Burgos-BH, Movistar Team, Team BikeExchange, Caja Rural - Seguros RGA, EOLO-Kometa, Equipo Kern Pharma, Euskaltel - Euskadi, Electro Hiper Europa, Efapel, B&B Hotels p/b KTM, Team Arkéa Samsic, Team Total Direct Energie.

Recent Victorians

French professional bicycle racer Jonathan Hivert recently won the 2019 GP Miguel Induráin riding for team Direct Énergie. He gained first place beating out respectively Luis León Sánchez (Astana) and Sergio Higuita (Fundación Euskadi).

There are seen more recent victorians in the preceding years are Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) 2018, Simon Yates (Orica–Scott) 2017, Jon Izagirre (Movistar Team) 2016, Ángel Vicioso (Team Katusha) 2015.