Quatre jours de Dunkerque (May 14-19) - Equipe cycliste AG2R La Mondiale

Quatre jours de Dunkerque (May 14-19)

Gediminas Bagdonas : "A personal goal"

"I'm happy to be starting the Four Days of Dunkirk. I like this race a lot because it includes some routes from the classic. It’s definitely a goal of mine. In addition to having raced the Tour de Romandie, I spent ten days training in the Chambéry region specifically to climb some passes. I think this prep will be beneficial for Dunkirk.”GEDIMINAS BAGDONAS

THE NUMBER

200

Francois Bidard spent 200 kilometers at the front of the race during the first stage of the Giro between Bologna and Fucecchio "After such a short, intense stage yesterday, we quickly got back to the heart of the matter today! It’s good to take every opportunity, especially when the weather is a little complicated like today. You never know what can happen. It was a good day, and we weren’t missing much in our attempt to make it all the way.”

THE NEWS

Nico Denz crashed

Nico Denz crashed in the first stage of the Giro. "He suffered various bruises to his knees, his left hand and his right elbow. X-rays made once he arrived at hospital have not detected any fractures," the medical staff of the team AG2R LA MONDIALE explained.