2014 French Road Cycling Cup
The 2014 French Road Cycling Cup is the 23rd edition of the French Road Cycling Cup.
Compared to the previous edition, the same races are to be held, with the only change the Tour de la Somme, which moved from September to early May. The defending champion from the last two seasons was Samuel Dumoulin and is succeeded by Julien Simon, who clinched the title on September 21 after the Grand Prix d'Isbergues when he obtained a 64-point lead over Dumoulin, with only 50 points left to earn.
Final Points standings
In order to be eligible for the classification, riders either had to be French or competed for a French-licensed team.
|1||Julien Simon (FRA)||Cofidis||194|
|2||Samuel Dumoulin (FRA)||Ag2r–La Mondiale||121|
|3||Yauheni Hutarovich (BLR)||Ag2r–La Mondiale||118|
|4||Armindo Fonseca (FRA)||Bretagne–Séché Environnement||106|
|5||Alexis Gougeard (FRA)||Ag2r–La Mondiale||100|
|6||Bryan Coquard (FRA)||Team Europcar||100|
|7||Baptiste Planckaert (BEL)||Roubaix–Lille Métropole||62|
|8||Benoît Jarrier (FRA)||Bretagne–Séché Environnement||61|
|9||Laurent Pichon (FRA)||FDJ.fr||60|
|10||Rémy Di Gregorio (FRA)||Team La Pomme Marseille 13||53|
Young rider classification
In order to be eligible for the classification, riders had to be younger than 25 and either had to be French or competed for a French-licensed team.
|1||Armindo Fonseca (FRA)||Bretagne–Séché Environnement||106|
|2||Alexis Gougeard (FRA)||Ag2r–La Mondiale||100|
|3||Bryan Coquard (FRA)||Team Europcar||100|
|4||Benoît Jarrier (FRA)||Bretagne–Séché Environnement||61|
|5||Adrien Petit (FRA)||Cofidis||50|
|6||Arnaud Démare (FRA)||FDJ.fr||50|
|7||Nacer Bouhanni (FRA)||FDJ.fr||50|
|8||Flavien Dassonville (FRA)||BigMat–Auber 93||47|
|9||Quentin Jauregui (FRA)||Roubaix–Lille Métropole||44|
|10||Olivier Le Gac (FRA)||FDJ.fr||35|
Only French teams are eligible to be classified in the teams classification.
|7||Team La Pomme Marseille 13||86|
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