SAINT JOSEPH. From August 22 to 25, the XXXVIII edition of the Vuelta de la Juventud to Costa Rica will be held, which will have four stages and will cover a total of 319 kilometers.

This event is organized by the Costa Rican Cycling Federation, free registration, will pass through the towns of Esparza, Chomes, Caldera, Orotina, Jaco, Parrita, Quepos, Curridabat, Cerro de la Muerte, Paraíso, Turrialba and Tucurrique.

This Vuelta, will feature the participation of sub 23 and second year youth cyclists from several countries, who will seek to leave this 38th edition, which currently has Sergio Arias, now a cyclist of the Colono team.

During the four days of competition, seven flying goals and 6 mountain awards will be played, all of third category.


Stage 1: Esparza – Chomes – Caldera (86.7kms)
Stage 2: Orotina – Jaco – Quepos (109.4kms)
Stage 3: Curridabat – Los Chespiritos (78 kms)
Stage 4: Paradise – Turrialba – Tucurrique – Orosi – Paradise (54.7 kms)

This event will be broadcast LIVE by the Facebook of the Costa Rican Cycling Federation and you can follow all the details on our Twitter and Instagram fedeciclismocr. (Junior Ajún / Fecoci Press)