Tour of the Alps 2019: Riders

Chris Froome - Tour of the Alps 2019: RidersVincenzo Nibali and Chris Froome headline the 2019 Tour of the Alps. Cyclingstage.com brings you the start list of the mountainous Middle-European race.

World Tour Teams

AG2R La Mondiale
Alexis Vuillermoz, Ben Gastauer, François Bidard, Geoffrey Bouchard, Hubert Dupont

Astana Pro Team
Pello Bilbao, Jan Hirt, Andrey Zeits, Dario Cataldo, Manuele Boaro, Jonas Gregaard, Nikita Stalnov, Ivan Martinelli

Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team
Vincenzo Nibali, Damiano Caruso, Valerio Agnoli, Yukiya Arashiro, Andrea Garosio, Antonio Nibali, Hermann Pernsteiner

BORA – hansgrohe
Rafał Majka, Juraj Sagan, Maciej Bodnar, Rüdiger Selig, Paweł Poljanski, Pascal Ackermann, Andreas Schillinger

Team Sky
Chris Froome, David de la Cruz, Salvatore Puccio, Kenny Elissonde, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Pavel Sivakov, Leonardo Basso

Procontinental Teams

Androni Giocatolli – Sidermec
Alessandro Bisolti, Matteo Busato, Mattia Cattaneo, Miguel Eduardo Flórez, Fausto Masnada, Daniel Munoz, Matteo Montagutu

Arkéa – Samsic
Maxime Bouet, Brice Feillu, Élie Gesbert, Kévin Ledanois, Jérémy Maison, Amaël Moinard

Bardiani – CSF
Enrico Barbin, Giovanni Carboni, Luca Covilli, Umberto Orsini, Francesco Romano, Daniel Savini, Manuel Senni

Caja Rural – Seguros RGA
Alex Aranburu, Jon Aberasturi, Julen Amezqueta, Xavier Canellas, Álvaro Cuadros, Gonzalo Serrano

Euskadi Basque Country – Murias
Mikel Bizkarra, Gotzon Udondo, Aritz Bagues, Juan Antonio López- Cózar, Mikel Iturria, Fernando Barceló, Sergio Samitier

Gazprom-RusVelo
Ivan Rovny, Aleksandr Vlasov, Evgeny Shalunov, Sergey Shilov, Vladislav Kulikov, Aleksey Rybalkin, Evgeny Kobernyak

Giotti Victoria – Palomar
Daniel Crista, Emil Dima, Marino Kabayashi, Emanuele Onesti, Simone Sterbini, Denis Marian Vulcan, Federico Zurlo

Italy
Simone Ravanelli, Manuele Tarozzi, Andrea Cacciotti, Antonio Santoro, Michele Corradini, Cezary Grodzicki, Marco Tizza

Manzana Postobon
Aldemar Reyes, Nicolas Saenz, Jhojan Carcía, Daniel Jaramillo, Bernardo Suaza, Juan Felipe Osorio, Juan José Amador

Neri Sottoli – Selle Italia – KTM
Giovanni Visconti, Edoardo Zardini, Francesco Manuel Bongiorno, Davide Gabburo, Luca Raggio, Dayer Quintana, Simone Velasco

Nippo Vini Fantini Faizanè
Moreno Moser, Marco Canolo, Ivan Santaromita, Alejandro Osorio, Ruben Dario Acosta, Damiano Cima, Nicola Bagiali

Team Colpack
Paolo Baccio, Davide Botta, Paul Double, Jalel Duranti, Giacomo Garaviglia, Filippo Rocchetti, Andrea Toniatti

Team Felbermayr – Simplon Wels
Andi Bajc, Benjamin Brkic, Matthias Krizek, Daniel Lehner, Matthias Mangertseder, Stephan Rabitsch, Florian Kierner

Team Vorarlberg Santic
Patrick Schelling, Roland Thalmann, Gordian Banzer, Daniel Geismayr, Colin Stussi, Maximilian Kuen, José Manuel Díaz

Tirol KTM Cycling Team
Patrick Gamper, Nicolas Dalla Valle, Omar El Gouzzi, Mario Gamper, Markus Wildauer, Georg Zimmermann


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