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Get an inside look at the 2018 Tour de France by following these pros on Strava

More pros than ever sharing their rides from the race on the social network site Strava

Cyclist magazine
20 Jul 2018

All amateurs bike riders use Strava. It's the perfect place to flex your cycling muscles by posting the details of your ride as you hunt your favourite segment's King of the Mountain spot. 

You can go back and retrospectively analyse every metre of your ride to find out how fast you were really going and how much better you are than your mates. 

It also gives you the chance to take a glimpse at how good some of the world's best professional riders really are as more and more begin to upload their rides to the app.

With the ongoing Tour de France, us spectators can keep an eye on some of the star riders and how well they are riding as they post their daily stage rides.

No guarantees are made as to what they share and how much they post with many riders withholding information from key stages.

Also spare a thought to the amatuer riders of France who will see many of their precious Strava KOMs shelved as the professional peloton flys through at eye-watering speed.

Below is a list of every rider at the Tour de France who uses Strava so check if any of your favourites are there.

However, with the high attritional rate at this year's race, some of the below riders will be posting recovery rides from home rather than the latter stages of the Tour.

Tour de France riders using Strava

AG2R La Mondiale

Romain Bardet (FRA)
Silvan Dillier (SUI)
Pierre Latour (FRA)
Alexis Vuillermoz (FRA)
Oliver Naesen (BEL)


Michael Valgren (DEN)


Kristjan Koren (SLO)
Vincenzo Nibali (ITA)

BMC Racing

Richie Porte (AUS)
Stefan Kung (SUI)
Greg Van Avermaet (BEL)
Damiano Caruso (ITA)
Michael Schar (SUI)
Tejay Van Garderen (USA)


Daniel Oss (ITA)
Marcus Burghardt (GER)
Pawel Poljanski (POL)


Taylor Phinney (USA)
Pierre Rolland (FRA)
Simon Clarke (AUS)
Lawson Craddock (USA)


Dimitri Claeys (BEL)
Julien Simon (FRA)
Christophe Laporte (FRA)
Nicolas Edet (FRA)

Dimension Data

Jay Robert Thomson (RSA)


Thomas Boudat (FRA)
Lilian Calmejane (FRA)
Jerome Cousin (FRA)
Rein Taaramae (EST)


Arnaud Demare (FRA)
Olivier Le Gac (FRA)
Arthur Vichot (FRA)
Ramon Sinkeldam (NED)
Tobias Ludvigsson (SWE)


Warren Barguil (FRA)
Maxime Bouet (FRA)
Romain Hardy (FRA)
Elie Gesbert (FRA)
Laurent Pichon (FRA)
Amael Moinard (FRA)


André Greipel (GER)
Thomas De Gendt (BEL)


Timo Roosen (NED)
Robert Gesink (NED)
Steven Kruijswijk (NED)
Paul Martens (GER)


Marc Soler (ESP)


Daryl Impey (RSA)
Adam Yates (GBR)

Quick-Step Floors

Niki Terpstra (NED)
Philippe Gilbert (BEL)
Tim Declercq (BEL)

Team Sky

Luke Rowe (GBR)
Chris Froome (GBR)
Michal Kwiatkowski (POL)

Team Sunweb

Chad Haga (USA)
Tom Dumoulin (NED)
Simon Gescke (GER)
Edward Theuns (BEL)


Koen De Kort (NED)
Julien Bernard (FRA)

UAE-Team Emirates

Alexander Kristoff (NOR)
Marco Marcato (ITA)
Dan Martin (IRL)

Wanty-Groupe Gobert

Dion Smith (NZL)
Yoann Offredo (FRA)
Guillaume Martin (FRA)
Timothy Dupont (BEL)
Thomas Degand (BEL)

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