2022 TOUR DE FRANCE: THE TEAMS & BIKES

While the landscape of France in and of itself is enough to keep anyone pinned to the tellie, there are of course the teams and the bikes that make up the race which are for any tried-and-true bike geek as equally compelling.  Here are the teams and bike brands that will be mixing it up for the three valued weeks in July.

TOUR DE FRANCE: IN THE MIX

 

AG2R Citroën—BMC

Greg Van Avermaet (BEL – AG2R Citroen Team)

 

Alpecin-Fenix—Canyon

Stefano Oldani (ITA – Alpecin – Fenix)

 

Arkéa Samsic—Canyon

Bram Welten (NED – Team Arkea Samsic)

Astana Qazaqstan—Wilier-Trestina

 

B&B Hotels—KTM-KTM

 

Bahrain-Victorious—Merida

 

Bora-Hansgrohe—Specialized

Lennard Kamna (GER – Bora – Hansgrohe)

 

Cofidis—Look

 

DSM—Scott

Alberto Dainese (ITA – Team DSM)

 

EF Education-EasyPost—Cannondale

Alberto Bettiol (ITA – EF Education – EasyPost)

 

Groupama- FDJ—Lapierre

 

Ineos Grenadiers—Pinarello

Filippo Ganna (ITA – INEOS Grenadiers)

 

Intermarché-Wanty—Gobert Matériaux—Cube

Jan Hirt (CZE – Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux)

 

Israel-Premier Tech—Factor

Chris Froome (GBR – Israel – Premier Tech)

 

Jumbo-Visma—Cervelo

Primoz ROGLIC (JUMBO – VISMA)

Lotto Soudal—Ridley

Thomas De Gendt (BEL – Lotto Soudal) –

 

Movistar—Canyon

Enric Mas (ESP – Movistar Team)

 

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl—Specialized

 

Team BikeExchange-Jayco—Giant

Dylan Groenewegen (NED – Team BikeExchange – Jayco)

 

TotalEnergies—Specialized

Peter Sagan (SVK – Totalenergies)

 

Segafredo—Trek

 

UAE Team Emirates—Colnago

Alessandro Covi (ITA – UAE Team Emirates)
Photos: Bettini/Sprint Cycling Agency

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