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Bretahne confirms 17 riders for 2015. They intend to have a final roster of 20 riders for the new season.

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ANTHONY DELAPLACE

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BRICE FEILLU

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JONATHAN HIVERT

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PIERRICK FEDRIGO

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ROMAIN FEILLU

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04.10.2014 @ 13:28 Posted by Joseph Doherty

The Bretagne-Séché Environnement team has confirmed 17 riders for next season, most notably the signings of Pierrick Fedrigo (FDJ), Jonathan Hivert (Belkin) and Yauheni Hutarovich (AG2R La Mondiale), all three men stepping down from the WorldTour.

 

Emmanuel Hubert's team also confirmed the renewals of Pierre-Luc Périchon and Christophe Laborie. Besides Fedrigo, Hivert and Hutarovich, the other two additions are the neo-pros Maxime Cam and Kevin Ledanois. 

 

The 17 riders are: Jean-Marc Bideau, Maxime Cam, Anthony Delaplace, Pierrick Fedrigo, Brice Feillu, Romain Feillu, Armindo Fonseca, Arnaud Gérard, Florian Guillou, Jonathan Hivert, Yauheni Hutarovich, Benoît Jarrier, Christophe Laborie, Kevin Ledanois, Pierre Luc Périchon, Eduardo Sepulveda and Florian Vachon. The intention is to have 20 riders in the roster for 2015. 

 

This year the French team rode their first Tour de France and with signings like Fedrigo, Hutarovich and Hivert, they are increasing their chances of receiving another invite for 2015.

 

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