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We can't wait to see the start of the UCI Tour of Britain race on Sunday 5th September.

 From the likes of Mark Cavendish and Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) were announced last week to wet our appetite, but today announced was the full provisional (until 2nd September) rider list shown below. 

A great mix of teams and riders ahead of the 17th Tour or Britain event. Check out our previous Tour of Britain blog to find out the stages.  

VeloChampion will be attending stage 4 Great Orme and stage 5 Warrington.

Alpecin – Fenix

1 Xandro Meurisse BEL
2 Silvan Dilllier SUI
3 Jimmy Janssens BEL
4 Ben Tulett GBR
5 Alexandar Richardson GBR
6 Kristian Sbaragli ITA

Deceuninck – Quick-Step

11 Mark Cavendish GBR
12 Julian Alaphilippe FRA
13 Davide Ballerini ITA
14 Tim Declercq BEL
15 Mikkel Honoré DEN
16 Yves Lampaert BEL

INEOS Grenadiers

21 Ethan Hayter GBR
22 Rohan Dennis AUS
23 Owain Doull GBR
24 Michal Kwiatowski POL
25 Carlos Rodriguez ESP
26 Richie Porte AUS

Team Jumbo – Visma

31 Wout Van Aert BEL
32 George Bennett NZL
33 Chris Harper AUS
34 Pascal Eenkhoorn NED
35 Tobias Foss NOR
36 Tony Martin GER

Caja Rural – Seguros RGA

41 Jokin Murguialday ESP
42 Jon Barrenetxea ESP
43 Josu Etxeberria ESP
44 David González ESP
45 Sergio Roman Martín ESP
46 Joel Nicolau ESP

Great Britain

51 Rhys Britton GBR
52 Robert Donaldson GBR
53 Max Rushby GBR
54 William Tidball GBR
55 Ethan Vernon GBR
56 Oliver Stockwell GBR

Global 6 Cycling

61 Ahmad Wais SYR
62 Hans Becking NED
63 Dan Erik Hansen NOR
64 James Mitri NZL
65 Michal Paluta POL
66 Nicolas Sessler BRA

Rally Cycling

71 Joey Rosskopf USA
72 Robin Carpenter USA
73 Colin Joyce USA
74 Gavin Mannion USA
75 Kyle Murphy USA
76 Nickolas Zukowsky CAN

Canyon dhb SunGod

81 Rory Townsend IRL
82 Matt Bostock GBR
83 Ryan Christensen NZL
84 Thomas Mein GBR
85 Jacob Scott GBR
86 Max Stedman GBR

Israel Start – Up Nation

91 Dan Martin IRL
92 Patrick Bevin NZL
93 Matthias Brändle AUT
94 André Greipel GER
95 Alex Dowsett GBR
96 Michael Woods CAN

Team Arkéa – Samsic

101 Connor Swift GBR
102 Maxime Bouet FRA
103 Miguel Eduardo Flórez COL
104 Dan McLay GBR
105 Lukasz Owsian POL
106 Bram Welten NED

Movistar Team

111 Marc Soler ESP
112 Dario Cataldo ITA
113 Juri Hollmann GER
114 Gabriel Cullaigh GBR
115 Matteo Jorgenson USA
116 Gonzalo Serrano ESP

Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling

121 James Shaw GBR
122 Dan Bingham GBR
123 Matt Gibson GBR
124 Gruff Lewis GBR
125 Charles Page GBR
126 Simon Wilson GBR

Team DSM

131 Mark Donovan GBR
132 Romain Combaud FRA
133 Nils Eekhoff NED
134 Max Kanter GER
135 Tim Naberman NED
136 Nicholas Roche IRL

Saint Piran

141 Steve Lampier GBR
142 Ross Holland GBR
143 Oliver Maxwell GBR
144 Tom Mazzone GBR
145 Bradley Symonds GBR
146 Jenson Young GBR

Team Qhubeka NextHash

151 Nic Dlamini RSA
152 Carlos Barbero ESP
153 Sean Bennett USA
154 Simon Clarke AUS
155 Mauro Schmid SUI
156 Lukasz Wisniowski POL

SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling

161 Chris Latham GBR
162 Will Bjergfelt GBR
163 Ross Lamb GBR
164 Andrew Turner GBR
165 Oliver Peckover GBR
166 Alex Peters GBR

TRINITY Racing

171 Thomas Gloag GBR
172 Christopher Blevins USA
173 Ben Healy IRL
174 Luke Lamperti USA
175 Rudy Porter AUS
176 Max Walker GBR


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