Cyclingnews will have race reports, analysis and news in the lead-up, during, and after the races as a host of big names head to South America to kick off the new season.
The Vuelta a San Juan will be broadcast live around Europe and the rest of the world – you can find out how to watch the race wherever you are with our handy guide and with ExpressVPN (opens in new tab).
Reigning champion Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) heads up the start list. The world champion won the last edition of the race back in 2020 and will look to make a winning start to 2023. New signing Jan Hirt will be backing him up.
Ineos Grenadiers have Dani Martínez and Egan Bernal among their lineup, while Bora-Hansgrohe will be looking to Sergio Higuita for a GC challenge.
Colombian squad Medellín-EPM will be led by new signing Miguel Angel López as well as the 46-year-old Oscar Sevilla, who finished third in 2019 and 2020.
Elsewhere, Movistar brings Colombian climber Einer Rubio, while DSM is led by young duo Kevin Vermaerke and Marco Brenner.
A strong sprint line-up will do battle on the flatter stages of the race. Look out for Fabio Jakobsen (Soudal-QuickStep), Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe), Elia Viviani (Ineos Grenadiers), Fernando Gaviria (Movistar), Giacomo Nizzolo (Israel-Premier Tech), Peter Sagan (TotalEnergies), and Sam Welsford (Team DSM).
Other stars, including Filippo Ganna, Jhonathan Narváez (Ineos Grenadiers), Yves Lampaert (Soudal-QuickStep), and Quinn Simmons (Trek-Segafredo) will also be racing.
Read on for all the information on how to watch the 2023 Vuelta a San Juan.
How to watch the Vuelta a San Juan
Television coverage of the race is set to run late in the evening for viewers in the UK and Europe. Coverage starts at between 18:45-20:00 GMT and runs to 23:00 GMT. For viewers in the USA that’s 13:45-15:00 EST ending at 18:00 EST.
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