The eleventh stage of the 2023 Tour de France has concluded after traveling 180 km between Clermont-Ferrand and the climb to Moulins, in which Philipsen has taken his fourth stage. So has been the Spanish representation in the eleventh stage of the Tour.
Mikel Landa (31st): The Bahraini cyclist crossed the line nine seconds after Philipsen, behind Tour favorites Vingengaard and Pogaçar.
Pello Bilbao (38th): After winning yesterday’s stage, the Bahrain cyclist and his teammate crossed the finish line with the peloton.
Carlos Rodríguez (44th): The lion from Almuñécar crossed the finish line along with the first group. The Ineos cyclist is still fourth, just over a minute from the third place on the podium.
Omar Fraile (88th): The Ineos cyclist played a secondary role in today’s stage, entering the back of a second group.
Jonathan Castroviejo (93rd): With a pace very similar to that of Omar Fraile, he reached the finish line with the second group.
Juanpe López (112th): The Lidl Terk rider did not have a great stage, crossing the finish line a minute after the leader of the race.
Antonio Pedrero (130th): Quite the opposite of yesterday, the Movistar cyclist was in the eleventh stage at the back of the second group.
Alex Aranburu (134th): He accompanied Pedrero in the second group. It was not a great stage for the Movistar team.
Gorka Izagirre (135th): The blue team cyclist crossed the line with his teammates, in a stage without much color for the Spanish team.
Ion Izagirre (152nd): He has not had his stage today after trying yesterday to fight with the breakaway. Tomorrow you will have another chance to try.
David de la Cruz (161º): The Astana cyclist was not in the first peloton and did an indiscreet stage like the rest of the national cyclists.
Marc Soler (162nd): As in yesterday’s stage, the UAE cyclist crossed the finish line in the final part, accompanied by an illustrious cyclist with Bernal.