Spain’s Cofidis rider Jesus Herrada, who won stage 7 of the Tour de Espana between Camargo and Cistierna on Friday, tackled in the sprint A set of breakthroughs took him less than 30 seconds ahead of the peloton and Remko Evernepoel (trot), who remains the overall leader.
France’s victory in the first stage Huerta. Herrada escaped from the 7th kilometer with four other drivers, and at the end of stage 7 at Cistierna, he beat Italian Samuele Battistella (Astana) and Briton Fred Wright (Bahrain victory) on the track. The Cofidis rider was especially moved after the win.
It was Herrada’s second victory at the Spanish circuit after winning a stage at Ares del Mastrat in 2019.This is also the Spaniard’s second victory in this Tour of Spain. Mark Soller in Bilbao on Wednesday.
No change in general classification
This stage was marked by a climb to the Col de San Glorio (Group 1), 65km from the finish, bringing the race to a close. The remaining favourites came 29 seconds behind Herrada and it was points leader Sam Bennett who won the peloton sprint.The general classification remains almost unchanged and is Remko Evanpool. Rudy Molard is still second with 21 seconds ahead of Enric Mas and Primoz Roglic.