Soudal Quick-Step to the Tour de France

Soudal Quick-Step to the Tour de France

Soudal Quick-Step Pro Cycling Team (France) - Press Release: Julian Alaphilippe makes his comeback at the Grande Boucle, an event he has left an indelible mark on at the previous appearances.

The Tour de France is just a couple of days away, and Soudal Quick-Step – who has won 49 stages here – is ready for it. Featuring four summit finishes, a short but demanding individual time trial, stages in all five mountain ranges of the country, as well as at least five opportunities for the sprinters, Le Tour will cover 3404 kilometers between Bilbao – host of the Grand Départ for the first time in history – and Paris.

Joining him in Bilbao, home of one of the only three La Liga teams to have always played in Spain’s first tier since their inception, will be European Champion Fabio Jakobsen – a stage winner at his debut in the race last year – Danish ITT Champion Kasper Asgreen, French ITT Champion Rémi Cavagna, Tim Declercq, Dries Devenyns, Yves Lampaert and Michael Mørkøv, one of the best lead-out men in the business.

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