Here is the Complete Detail of Tour de France teams 2018
- Quick-Step Floors
- Team Sky
- Lotto Soudal
- Dimension Data
- Team Katusha-Alpecin
- BMC Racing Team
- Team EF Education First-Drapac
- Direct Energie
- Bahrain Madrid Pro Cycling Team
- Cofidis,Solution Credits
- UAE-Team Emirates
- Wanty-Groupe Gobert
- Team LottoNL-Jumbo
- Movistar Team
- AG2R La Mondiale
- Team Sunweb
Profile Quick-Step Floors:
This story began with the new thousand years, when Patrick Lefévère left Mapei in late 2000 to make his own group, which was initially called Domo and, from 2003 onwards, Quick Step, with a few co-supports. Czech extremely rich person Zdeněk Bakala is the present proprietor and essential investor of the group.
Since it centers around the works of art, the Belgian squad has never been worked to challenge for the Tour de France general grouping, where its best outcome so far was Dan Martin’s ninth place in 2016, expanding on Michał Kwiatkowski’s eleventh place in 2013. This has not prevented it from continually standing out as truly newsworthy in July, eminently on account of well known French riders. Lefévère did not lament giving Richard Virenque a possibility after his boycott in 2001, as the rider from the Var figured out how to remain in front of the serious canons on the ascend the Mont Ventoux in 2002 and, eleven years after his first endeavor, pulled on the yellow shirt in Morzine amid the centennial Tour. In 2004, still with Quick Step, he adjusted off his gathering of seven spotted shirts in Paris. Virenque’s successors in the Flemish group were no mistake either, as Cédric Vasseur and Sylvain Chavanel both won Tour stages.
Less and less Franco-Belgian and progressively global, the group now known as Quick-Step Floors stays predictable in the chase for organizing triumphs, winning ten times in the three versions from 2013 to 2015! The enlistment of Marcel Kittel as a substitution for Mark Cavendish expanded their streak with a win in Limoges in 2016. Dan Martin will pursue another main 10 complete as the pioneer of the group, while puncher Julian Alaphilippe will be compelled to sit out the race because of damage.
Quick- Step Floors Winning History:
Stage wins: 28
– 2002: Richard Virenque on Mont Ventoux
– 2003: Richard Virenque in Morzine and Servais Knaven in Bordeaux
– 2004: Tom Boonen in Angers and Paris, Richard Virenque in Saint-Flour and Juan Miguel Mercado in Lons-le-Saunier
– 2005: Tom Boonen in Les Essarts and Tours
– 2006: Matteo Tosatto in Mâcon
– 2007: Gert Steegmans in Ghent, Tom Boonen in Bourg-en-Bresse and Castres and Cédric Vasseur in Marseille
– 2008: Gert Steegmans in Paris
– 2010: Sylvain Chavanel in Spa and Les Rousses
– 2013: Mark Cavendish in Marseille and Saint-Amand-Montrond, Tony Martin in Mont-Saint-Michel and Matteo Trentin in Lyon
– 2014: Matteo Trentin in Nancy and Tony Martin in Mulhouse and Périgueux
– 2015: Tony Martin in Cambrai, Zdeněk Štybar in Le Havre and Mark Cavendish in Fougères
– 2016: Marcel Kittel in Limoges
Secondary classification wins: 5
– 2003: Richard Virenque (polka-dot jersey)
– 2004: Richard Virenque (polka-dot jersey and most combative rider)
– 2007: Tom Boonen (green jersey)
– 2010: Sylvain Chavanel (most combative rider)
Yellow jerseys: 10
– 2003: Richard Virenque, one day
– 2006: Tom Boonen, four days
– 2010: Sylvain Chavanel, two days
– 2015: Tony Martin, three days
12 July 2003: In Morzine, amid the centennial Tour, Richard Virenque pulls on an interesting shirt which is half yellow and half polka-dabs… He has quite recently taken both pullovers and the stage win.
5 July 2006: Tom Boonen, a title holder at the tallness of his popularity, crosses Belgium in yellow (from Huy to Saint-Quentin) in the wake of leading the pack in Valkenburg.
18 July 2007: Cédric Vasseur beats Sandy Casar by a hair’s width in a French versus French duel in Marseille and bows out ten years in the wake of wearing the yellow pullover.
Profile History LOTTO SOUDAL:
The primary Lotto group, oversaw by Walter Godefroot and his appointee Patrick Lefévère, showed up in 1985, with current Lotto– Soudal supervisor Marc Sergeant among its fifteen riders. In 1987, he turned into the first to win a Tour de France arrange for the Belgian national lottery. That year and the following, the group needed to rename itself “Joker” for July just to maintain a strategic distance from perplexity with France’s Loto.
After a two-summer break (1988 and 1989), a Lotto group relaunched by Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke made a solid rebound to the Grande Boucle, with Johan Museeuw getting esteemed wins at Mont-Saint-Michel and on the Champs-Élysées. The “Lion of Flanders” had thundered out of the blue. In the 2000s, the group’s national competition with Patrick Lefévère’s Quick Step drove Lotto to tap Australian cycling with differing degrees of accomplishment. From one perspective, Robbie McEwen won no less than three green pullovers, yet on the other Lotto twice missed the chance to end up the principal Belgian group in history to bring the yellow shirt the distance to Paris, with Cadel Evans completing second in 2007 and 2008, just to win in 2011… subsequent to joining the BMC squad.
At long last, Jurgen Van sanctum Broeck’s best 5 complete in 2010 snatched the consideration in Belgium. Subsequent to smashing in 2011, he posted the best execution by a Belgian in the past 25 years (Claudy Criquiélion completed fifth in 1986). Furthermore, Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert’s endeavor to win the Mont des Alouettes organize in 2011 was not half awful either! In 2014, Lotto-Belisol made waves in the race with Frenchman Tony Gallopin, clad in yellow on July 14 and victor of the phase to Oyonnax. Presently hustling as Lotto– Soudal, the group is as yet betting on André Greipel, who won four mass runs in the 2015 Tour and guaranteed the Champs-Élysées organize in Paris for the second year in a row in 2016. It is likewise handling Adam Hansen, a present-day master of riding every Grand Tour in a steady progression. The Australian has completed no less than seventeen back to back Grand Tours (beginning with the 2011 Vuelta).
LOTTO SOUDAL Winnig History:
Stage wins: 33
– 1987: Marc Sergeant in Strasbourg
– 1990: Johan Museeuw in Mont-Saint-Michel and Paris
– 1992: Jan Nevens in Koblenz and Peter De Clercq in Nanterre
– 2001: Rik Verbrugghe in Lavaur and Serge Baguet in Montluçon
– 2002: Robbie McEwen in Reims and Paris
– 2004: Robbie McEwen in Namur and Guéret
– 2005: Robbie McEwen in Montargis, Karlsruhe, and Montpellier
– 2006: Robbie McEwen in Esch-Sur-Alzette, Saint-Quentin, and Vitré
– 2007: Robbie McEwen in Canterbury
– 2011: Philippe Gilbert on Mont des Alouettes, André Greipel in Carmaux and Jelle Vanendert on Plateau de Beille
– 2012: André Greipel in Rouen, Saint-Quentin, and Le Cap d’Agde
– 2013: André Greipel in Montpellier
– 2014: André Greipel in Reims and Tony Gallopin in Oyonnax
– 2015: André Greipel in Neeltje-Jans (Zeeland), Amiens Métropole, Valence and Paris
– 2016: Thomas De Gendt on Mont Ventoux (Chalet Reynard) and André Greipel in Paris
Secondary classification wins: 4
– 1999: Jacky Durand (most combative rider)
– 2002: Robbie McEwen (green jersey)
– 2004: Robbie McEwen (green jersey)
– 2006: Robbie McEwen (green jersey)
Yellow jerseys: 8
– 2004: Robbie McEwen, 1 day
– 2008: Cadel Evans, 5days
– 2011: Philippe Gilbert, 1 day
– 2014: Tony Gallopin, 1 day
5 July 1987: back on French soil after the Tour begins in Berlin, Marc Sergeant posts Lotto’s first Grande Boucle organize win in Strasbourg.
2 July 2011: Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert triumphs at the highest point of the Mont des Alouettes (Vendée) and pulls on a yellow shirt which embodies his stellar season.
26 July 2015: André Greipel turns into the main Lotto rider to win four phases in a Tour de France in the wake of guaranteeing the finale on the Champs-Élysées, much the same as Johan Museeuw and Robbie McEwen before him.
Profile History Team SKY:
Team Sky, based around Bradley Wiggins, who was contracted after his fourth place in 2009 however lost shape in 2010 and pulled back harmed following one week of hustling in 2011 after a fall which broke his neckline bone between Le Mans and Châteauroux, did not force itself as a noteworthy player on the Tour de France amid its initial two interests. For sure, its best general arrangement was seventeenth place accomplished by Thomas Löfkvist in 2010 and 24th place by Rigoberto Uran in 2011.
Its beginnings on the Tour de France were empowering in any case. Geraint Thomas took second place on the phase over the cobbles of Northern France in 2010, and the on the accompanying two days, Edvald Boasson Hagen, a newcomer to the race, completed third, as a kind of prelude to his two-phase triumphs in 2011 which empowered Dave Brailsford’s group to abstain from leaving the occasion with nothing once more. In any case, the circumstance changed significantly in 2012, with a one-two in the general order because of Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, and in addition three phase triumphs for Mark Cavendish, who by and by felt confined in a group set up for the most part to vanquish the general arrangement. Before being knighted by the Queen of England, the multi-decoration holder in track occasions struck the gong to begin the Olympic Games in London, wearing a profoundly representative yellow pullover, one week after his triumph on the Tour de France.
This achievement reached out into 2013 with the proclaimed promotion in yellow of Froome, number 1 in the stage race season, yet it was hindered on the 101st Tour de France, which began in Great Britain somewhat because of the gigantic advancement of cycling on the English side of the Channel to which Team Sky contributed. Twice, on the fourth and fifth stages, the title holder smashed. Compelled to pull back because of his wounds, he was not prevailing on the best advance of the platform by Richie Porte, who was second in the general order as the race twisted through the Alps. The British group ended up being unequipped for prevailing with an arrangement B, yet it reacquainted itself with triumph on account of the second triumph of Chris Froome in 2015, which was affirmed by a third in 2016. Presently, the response to the subject of which group is as of now the best on the Tour de France is self-evident…
TEAM SKY Winning History:
Overall victories: 4
– Bradley Wiggins in 2012
– Chris Froome in 2013, 2015 and 2016
Stage victories: 14
– 2011: Edvald Boasson Hagen in Lisieux and Pinerolo
– 2012: Mark Cavendish in Tournai, Brive-la-Gaillarde, and Paris; Chris Froome at La Planche des Belles Filles, Bradley Wiggins at Besancon and Chartres
– 2013: Chris Froome at Ax Trois Domaines, on the Mont Ventoux and in Chorges
– 2015: Chris Froome at La Pierre-Saint-Martin
– 2016: Chris Froome at Bagnères-de-Luchon and Megève
Victories in secondary classifications: 1
– 2015: Chris Froome (polka dot jersey)
Yellow Jerseys: 58
– 2012: Bradley Wiggins, 14 days
– 2013: Chris Froome, 14 days
– 2015: Chris Froome, 16 days
– 2016: Chris Froome, 14 days
seventh July 2011: Edvald Boasson Hagen furnishes Sky Procycling with its first accomplishment on the Tour de France in Lisieux.
ninth July 2012: One year and a day subsequent to breaking his neckline bone between Le Mans and Châteauroux, Bradley Wiggins puts on the Yellow Jersey (which he would keep until the point when the finish of the race) on the fulfillment of the time-trial between Arc-et-Senans and Besancon.
21st July 2013: Chris Froome turns into the second British rider and the primary African one – through being conceived and instructed in Kenya – to win the Tour de France, on the representative one-hundredth version.
Profile History BMC Team:
The BMC Racing Team, the profound beneficiary to the Phonak squad drove by American Jim Ochowicz, quickened its ascent when it grabbed the chance to sign then-best on the planet Cadel Evans in late 2009. His annihilation on account of Carlos Sastre in 2008 had not brought some relief the Aussie’s consuming aspiration, and he was at loggerheads with Silence-Lotto. He reclaimed the yellow shirt in Avoriaz amid the 2010 Tour, however, a broken elbow made him surrender it after only one day. This did not prevent him from completing the race regardless of the agony.
In 2011, interestingly, everything became all-good for him: second in the Les Essarts group time trial, while Evans went ahead to triumph on the “Breton Alpe d’Huez” (Mûr-de-Bretagne) before moving inside striking separation of yellow on the genuine Alpe d’Huez, the last move of the 98th Tour de France. He then jumped Andy Schleck in the Grenoble time trial to wind up the main Tour de France champion from the Southern Hemisphere (and the principal previous mountain biker).
The group’s money related patron, Swiss tycoon Andy Rihs, was happy to the point bursting. After all the tough times of the Landis undertaking in 2006, this wine and cycling enthusiast had sworn he could never head a group again, however, he never extremely deserted his riders. BMC has been among the substantial firearms of the Tour de France since 2010. Evans passed on the light to Tejay van Garderen, fifth in general and best youthful rider in the 2012 Tour and again fifth in 2014, however the new group pioneer is Australia’s Richie Porte, a previous lieutenant of Chris Froome who additionally completed fifth in 2016 and has what it takes to complete on the platform, including a rehash of his kindred kinsman’s general triumph in 2011.
Team BMC Winning History:
Overall wins: 1
– 2011: Cadel Evans
Stage wins: 4
– 2011: Cadel Evans in Mûr-de-Bretagne
– 2015: Rohan Dennis in Utrecht, team time trial in Plumelec and Greg Van Avermaet in Rodez
– 2016: Greg Van Avermaet at Le Lioran
Secondary classification wins: 1
– 2012: Tejay van Garderen (best young rider)
Yellow jerseys: 7
– 2010: Cadel Evans, one day
– 2011: Cadel Evans, two days
– 2015: Rohan Dennis, one day
– 2016: Greg Van Avermaet, three days
11 July 2010: Cadel Evans guarantees BMC’s first yellow pullover in Avoriaz in spite of a broken elbow.
23 July 2011: Cadel Evans completes second in the Grenoble time trial (behind Tony Martin) to end up the principal Tour de France champion from the Southern Hemisphere.