Equipe Femmes
24 April 2024

ARKEA-B&B HOTELS Women's will start its 3rd Tour de France Femmes

For the third year running, the ARKEA-B&B HOTELS Women’s team will be at the start of the Tour de France from 12 to 18 August.

Emmanuel Hubert, General Manager

“The ARKEA-B&B HOTELS Femmes team has been invited for the third year running to take part in the Tour de France Femmes, a major stage race on the women’s calendar. I would like to thank ASO for this recognition of our team. Our aim will be to live up to this invitation to take part in the biggest women’s cycling event by showing ourselves to be enterprising and daring, because it is always by coming into contact with the very best that the ARKEA-B&B HOTELS team can continue to develop.”

Jean-Christophe Moussard, Sports Manager

“For the ARKEA-B&B HOTELS team, being selected for the women’s Tour de France is much more than just an opportunity. It’s a race that can’t be ignored, and we’re proud of the confidence that ASO has shown in us, and I’d like to thank them for this invitation. It shows that the work of the whole team, the staff and the riders is recognised. It’s an honour to be able to defend our colours in this legendary and major race on the international women’s calendar. As for our objectives, they will be both ambitious and realistic. We will seize every opportunity that comes our way. We have girls with different qualities and profiles who can be key players on each stage. I expect them to run without any hang-ups. I can’t wait for the ARKEA-B&B HOTELS Women’s team to start its third Tour de France.”

Grégoire Le Calvé, Sports director

“This selection for the Tour de France Women means a lot to the ARKEA-B&B HOTELS team. It’s a prestigious race with some of the world’s greatest cyclists. It’s tangible proof of our commitment to the race. Our ambitions will be simple: to give the best of ourselves, with the aim of surpassing ourselves and flying the colours of the ARKEA B&B HOTELS team. We’ll have the opportunity to reconnoitre several stages, including the last two with finishes in Le Grand Bornand and l’Alpe d’Huez. It’s great news and we’re all looking forward to the start.”