The traditional Clasica San Sebastian once
again takes place as the first World Tour race post the Tour de France.
Several of the Tour de France's top contenders are expected to try and squeeze
out the last bit of their July form at the Basque Country one-day
are several key climbs along the 226km route, with the final climb being 2km in
length with an average gradient of 11 percent and peaking just 9km from
the line in San Sebastian.
Roman Kreuziger, who was Team DiData’s best-placed rider
at this year's Tour de France (16th place overall), will lead the team.
, who climbed strongly at last week’s Adriatica Ionica Race, will also
line up in San Sebastian together with Louis Meintjes
, Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier
Jacques Janse van Rensburg
, Nic Dlamini
and Scott Davies