Arnaud de Lie gained the Grand Prix du Morbihan on Saturday in a bunch dash in Plumelec. Romain Grégoire (Groupama-FDJ) completed second within the uphill to the road within the Cadoudal coastal city. trailed by Rasmus Tiller (Uno-X Professional Biking) in third.
The 20-year-old De Lie continued his sizzling streak, incomes a seventh podium this yr, together with a fourth victory.
“I used to be excellently surrounded by my teammates, which allowed me to deal with the climb nicely time after time. The remainder of the workforce managed the race within the peloton and blocked the makes an attempt of different riders to interrupt away through the native laps,” stated De Lie, noting the six ending circuits had been decisive.
“This actually is a workforce effort. I used to be surrounded by my companions all through the race, they managed the race in order that we might begin the final climb in a superb place. They did good work and I’m very proud that I might reward this tough work with a victory.”
Six riders attacked within the opening 15km of the 188.6km one-day race. The group of Paul Wright (Bolton Equities Black Spoke), Milan Fretin (Crew Flanders-Baloise), Antonio Puppio (Q36.5 Professional Biking), Jonathan Couanon (Good Métropole Côte d’Azur) and the (Euskaltel-Euskadi) duo of Iker Ballarin and Enekoitz Azparren labored collectively for half of the race.
By the point the final of the break remained, Wright and Azparren the final to be caught, there was 47km to go and a regrouped peloton started to drop riders off the again.
Jasper de Buyst stretched out the peloton together with his effort on the entrance with below 3km to go, 4 different teammates in tow. De Lie accelerated to the entrance and gained by a number of bike lengths.
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