Tour Colombia 2019: Riders

Chris Froome - Tour Colombia 2019: RidersThe Tour Colombia boasts a formidable line-up. Title defender Egan Bernal faces competition by the likes Nairo Quintana, Julian Alaphilippe, Miguel Ángel López, Rigoberto Uran and Bob Jungels, while Chris Froome is his domestic-de-luxe. Check out the Colombia Tour's start list. (Slideshow route/profile)

World Tour Teams

Astana Pro Team
Miguel Ángel López, Davide Vilela, Jan Hirt, Nikita Stalnov, Hernando Bohórquez, Rodrigo Contreras

Deceuninck – Quick Step
Julian Alaphilippe, Bob Jungels, José Álvaro Hodeg, Maximiliano Richeze, Petr Vakoc, Iljo Keisse

EF Education First Pro Cycling Team
Rigoberto Urán, Daniel Felipe Martínez, Nathan Brown, Joe Dombrowski, Alex Howes, Jonathan Caicedo

Movistar Team
Nairo Quintana, Marc Soler, Richard Carapaz, Carlos Betancur, Winner Anacona, Eduardo Sepúlveda

Team Sky
Chris Froome, Egan Bernal, Sebastián Henao, Iván Sosa, Jhonatan Narváez, Jonathan Castroviejo

UAE-Team Emirates
Fernando Gaviria, Sergio Henao, Tom Bholi, Sebastián Juan Molano, Cristian Camilo Muñoz, Oliviero Troia

Procontinental teams
Aevolo
Alex Hoehn, Luis Villalobos, Fernando Lopes, Gabriel Francisco Rojas, Cade Bickmore, Riley Sheehan

Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec
Matteo Pelucchi, Daniel Muñoz, Eduardo Miguel Flórez, Julián Cardona, Marco Benfatto, Kevin Rivera

Bardiani – CSF
Andrea Guardini, Mirco Maestri, Enrico Barbin, Michael Bresciani, Marco Maronese, Paolo Simion

BetPlay Cycling Team
Norberto Wilches, Julián Cardona, Didier Alexander Sastoque Pulido, Nicolas David Garcia, Elkin Palmar Sierra, Cristian Torres

Coldeportas Bicicletas Strongman
Aristóbulo Cala, Johnatan Cañaveral, Eduardo Estrada, Brayan Hernandez, William David Muñoz, Óscar Adalberto Quiroz

Coldeportes Zenu
Alex Cano, Miguel Angel Rubiano, Julio Alexis Camacho, German Enrique Chavez, Brayan Steven Ramirez, Juan Diego Alba

Colombia
Marvin Orlando Angarita, Juan Esteban Arango, Sebastian Alexander Castano Munoz, Alvaro Duarte, Javier Montoya, Einer Augusto Rubio

Deprisa Bolivia
Sebastián Caro, Jahir Perez, Heimarhanz Ariza Jaramillo, Steven Cuesta, Albeiro Rabon, Basilio Ramos

Ecuador
Byron Guama, Jefferson Cepeda, Cristian David Pita, Jorge Martín Montenegro, Carlos Eduardo Quisphe, Cristian Villarreal

Efapel
Bruno Silva, Joni Brandão, Sérgio Miguel Paulinho, Rafael Silva, Marcos Jurado, Fabricio Ferrari

EPM
Janier Acevedo, Angel Alexander Gil, Freddy Emir Montaña, Carlos Mario Ramirez, Jaime Alberto Castañeda, Jairo Alonso Cano

GW – Shimano
Pablo Juan Suarez, Fernando Wálter Pedraza, Rodolfo José Serpa, Luis Felipe Laverde, Heiner Rodrigo Parra, Carlos Alzate

Hagens Berman Axeon
João Almeida, Edward Anderson, Jonny Brown, Cole Davis, Sean Quinn, Karel Vacek

IAM Excelsior
Simon Pellaud, Dylan Page, Anthony Rappo, Antoine Debons, Quentin Guex, Samuele Zoccarato

Israel Cycling Academy
Edwin Ávila, Mihkel Raim, Matteo Badilatti, Clément Carisey, Roy Goldstein, Daniel Turek

Italy
Francesco Lamon, Michele Scartezzini, Davide Plebani, Attilio Viviani, Dario Puccioni, Davide Baldaccini

Manzana Postobon
Diego Ochao, Wilmar Paredes, Carlos Quintero, Daniel Jaramillo, Jhojan Garciá, Aldemar Reyes

Medellín
Edward Beltrán, Robinson Chalapud, Fabio Duarte, Cristhian Montoya, Óscar Sevilla, Harold Tejada

Orgullo Paisa
Didier Chaparro, Brayan Sánchez, Jose Tito Hernandez, Rafael Montiel, Danny Osorio, Edison Munoz

Nipo Fantini Faizanè
Masakazu Ito, Giovanni Lonardi, Alejandro Osorio, Ruben Dario Acosta, Nicola Bagioli, Joan Bou

Team Illuminate
Rodolfo Andrés Torres, Félix Alejandro Barón, Jorge Camilo Castiblanco, Steven Kalf, Martin Laas, Aria Kiani

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