Pello Bilbao emerged victorious in the 4th stage of the Tour de Slovénie on Saturday. The Spanish cyclist, riding for Bahrain Victorious, crossed the finish line first in the stage between Skofljica and Krvavec. Giovanni Aleotti from Bora-Hansgrohe maintained his position as the overall leader of the tour.

Bilbao claimed the victory in the 147.2 km stage by outpacing his competitors in the final climb, finishing just 3 seconds ahead of British rider Paul Double from Polti Kometa and Italian Giovanni Aleotti from Bora-Hansgrohe, who held onto his leader’s jersey. In the general classification, Aleotti holds a 12-second lead over Bilbao and a 25-second lead over Giulio Pellizzari from VF Groupe-Bardiani.

The Tour de Slovénie will conclude with the final stage on Sunday, covering a distance of 156.9 km from Sentjernej to Novo Mesto. Cycling enthusiasts can look forward to an exciting finish to the tour as the top riders battle it out for the overall victory.

The competition in the Tour de Slovénie has been intense, with riders pushing themselves to the limit in pursuit of glory. The mountainous terrain and challenging climbs have tested the cyclists’ endurance and skill, making for thrilling racing action for fans around the world.

As the tour progresses, each stage presents new opportunities for riders to showcase their talents and strategic abilities. From breakaways to sprints to grueling mountain ascents, the Tour de Slovénie offers a variety of challenges that keep both riders and spectators on the edge of their seats.

With the final stage looming, all eyes will be on the top contenders as they vie for the coveted title of overall winner. The battle for the yellow jersey is sure to come down to the wire, promising fans an exhilarating conclusion to this year’s Tour de Slovénie.

Cycling fans can expect an exciting finish to the Tour de Slovénie as the top riders give it their all in the final stage. Stay tuned for more updates and analysis as the tour reaches its thrilling conclusion.