make way for the Deux-Sèvres Cycling Tour

make way for the Deux-Sèvres Cycling Tour
make way for the Deux-Sèvres Cycling Tour

The Vélo club thouarsais renewed, Thursday July 4, 2024, with the organization of the semi-nocturnal Talencia. 43 riders from the Elite and Open categories participated in this event, the only one of its kind in the department. Hans Rullier, 20 years old, living in Montreuil-Bellay but licensed in the Breton club VC Loudéac, won.

He will also be at the start this Thursday, July 11, in Bressuire, of the Tour des Deux-Sèvres. 21 teams are entered including two Dutch, one English, one African and one Hong Kong. Faced with the French teams of N1 and N2, Team Deux-Sèvres will act as the Little Thumb.

The Louzy-Missé stage Friday July 12

Nathan Caudron, Alexis Champion and Baptiste Denis from Thouars should be part of it. There is no doubt that they will then tick the stage on Friday 12 July, 100% Thouars, between Louzy and Missé. It will set off at 1:30 p.m. (12:45 p.m. for the caravan) from the Leul Menuiseries company for a real start a few minutes later at the town hall of Louzy.

This 141 km long stage will pass through Sainte-Verge, Praille, Taizon, Argenton-l’Église, Bouillé-Loretz, Saint-Martin-de-Sanzay, Brion, Magé, Louzy, Vrères, Oiron, Brie, Saint-Jouin-de-Marnes, Irais, Saint-Généroux, Availles-Thouarsais, Luzay, Auboué, Ligaine, Maranzais for an arrival in Missé which will be judged between 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.

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