Vuelta Ciclista Por Un Chile Líder
The Vuelta Ciclista Por Un Chile Líder is a former Chilean road bike race.
The race was held for the first time in 1997 and took place annually in March until 2007. It was founded by the largest Chilean supermarket chain Líder and supported by the Federación Ciclista de Chile, the Chilean cycling association. From 2005 the stage race was part of the UCI America Tour and was classified in category 2.2. It was the biggest cycling race in Chile. The record winner is the Argentine Edgardo Simón , who won the race three times.
- 1997: José Medina
- 1998: Pablo González
- 1999: Víctor Garrido
- 2000: Juan Manuel
- 2001: Jorge Giacinti
- 2002: Edgardo Simón
- 2003: Marco Antonio Arriagada
- 2004: Edgardo Simón
- 2005: Edgardo Simón
- 2006: Andrei Sartasow
- 2007: Andrei Sartasow
- Vuelta Ciclista Por Un Chile Líder in the Radsportseiten.net database