2017 UCI World Tour

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2017 UCI WorldTour
Ninth edition of the UCI World Tour
Details
Dates 17 January – 24 October
Location
  • Australia
  • China
  • Europe
  • Middle East
  • North America
Rounds 37
Champions
Individual champion Greg Van Avermaet (Belgium) (BMC Racing Team)
Teams' champion Team Sky
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The 2017 UCI World Tour was a competition that included thirty-seven road cycling events throughout the 2017 men's cycling season.[1] It was the ninth edition of the ranking system launched by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) in 2009. The competition started with the opening stage of the Tour Down Under on 17 January and concluded with the final stage of the Tour of Guangxi on 24 October.[2] The 2017 edition featured ten new events.[2]

Slovakia's Peter Sagan was the defending World Tour champion.[3] He was unable to defend his title, winning just one race overall at the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec in September,[4] as he finished fourth in the points rankings; he finished one point behind third-placed Tom Dumoulin. The rankings were topped for the first time by Belgian rider Greg Van Avermaet,[5] riding for the BMC Racing Team, who amassed 3,582 points with the newly-enlarged points-scoring system over the course of the season. Van Avermaet led the standings for the majority of the season, winning four races overall; three on home soil at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad,[6] E3 Harelbeke,[7] and Gent–Wevelgem,[8] with a single win in France at Paris–Roubaix.[9] Van Avermaet finished 130 points clear of Great Britain's Chris Froome, riding for Team Sky. Froome won two of the three Grand Tours to be held in 2017, winning his fourth Tour de France,[10] before taking a first Vuelta a España success, the first Tour–Vuelta double in 39 years.[11] The success gave him the World Tour points lead for several hours before Van Avermaet surpassed him with a seventh-place finish at the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal.

In the concurrent teams' standings, Team Sky prevailed with 12,806 points,[12] as Froome's victories were added to by Michał Kwiatkowski (Strade Bianche, Milan–San Remo and Clásica de San Sebastián), Sergio Henao (Paris–Nice) and Elia Viviani (EuroEyes Cyclassics and Bretagne Classic Ouest–France). 154 points behind in second place were Quick-Step Floors,[12] who took 30 victories on World Tour races (including 16 Grand Tour stages) during the 2017 season, with overall victories for Yves Lampaert (Dwars door Vlaanderen) and Philippe Gilbert (Tour of Flanders and Amstel Gold Race). With 10,961 points,[12] BMC Racing Team finished in third place primarily down to Van Avermaet's performances, with further wins to Richie Porte (Tour Down Under and Tour de Romandie) and Dylan Teuns at the Tour de Pologne.

Teams[edit]

2017 UCI World Teams and equipment[13]

Code Official Team Name Country Groupset Road Bike(s) Time Trial Bike Wheels
ALM AG2R La Mondiale (2017 season)  France Shimano Factor Bikes 02
Factor Bikes ONE
Factor Bikes ONE–S
Factor Bikes Slick Mavic
AST Astana (2017 season)  Kazakhstan Shimano / FSA Argon 18 Gallium Pro
Argon 18 Nitrogen Pro
E-118 Next Vision Wheels
TBM Bahrain–Merida (2017 season)  Bahrain Shimano Merida Scultura
Merida Reacto
Merida Warp Fulcrum
BMC BMC Racing Team (2017 season)  United States Shimano BMC Teammachine SLR01
BMC Timemachine TMR01
BMC Granfondo GF01
BMC TimeMachine TM01 Shimano
BOH Bora–Hansgrohe (2017 season)  Germany TBC Specialized Venge
S-Works Tarmac
Specialized Roubaix
Specialized Shiv Roval
CDT Cannondale–Drapac (2017 season)  United States Shimano Cannondale SuperSix EVO
Cannondale Synapse
Cannondale Slice Mavic
DDD Team Dimension Data (2017 season)  South Africa Shimano/Rotor Cervélo S5
Cervélo R5
Cervélo C5
Cervélo P5 Enve
FDJ FDJ (2017 season)  France Shimano Lapierre Xelius SL
Lapierre Aircode SL
Lapierre Pulsium
Lapierre Aerostorm DRS Shimano
KAT Team Katusha–Alpecin (2017 season)   Switzerland SRAM Canyon Ultimate CF SLX
Canyon Aeroad CF SLX
Canyon Endurance CF SL
Canyon Speedmax CF Zipp
TLJ LottoNL–Jumbo (2017 season)  Netherlands Shimano Bianchi OltreXR2
Bianchi Specialissima
Bianchi Infinito CV
Bianchi Aquila CV Shimano
LTS Lotto–Soudal (2017 season)  Belgium Campagnolo Ridley Helium SLX
Ridley Noah SL
Ridley Fenix SL
Ridley Dean Fast Campagnolo
MOV Movistar Team (2017 season)  Spain Campagnolo Canyon Ultimate CF SLX
Canyon Aeroad CF SLX
Canyon Speedmax CF Campagnolo
ORS Orica–Scott (2017 season)  Australia Shimano Scott Foil
Scott Addict
Scott Plasma Shimano
QST Quick-Step Floors (2017 season)  Belgium Shimano
FSA
Specialized Venge
S-Works Tarmac
Specialized Roubaix
Specialized Shiv Roval
HED
SKY Team Sky (2017 season)  Great Britain Shimano Pinarello Dogma F8
Pinarello Dogma K8-S
Pinarello Bolide Shimano
SUN Team Sunweb (2017 season)  Germany Shimano Giant TCR Advanced SL
Giant Propel Advanced SL
Giant Defy Advanced SL
Giant Trinity Shimano
TFS Trek–Segafredo (2017 season)  United States Shimano Trek Emonda
Trek Madone
Trek Domane
Trek SpeedConcept Bontrager
UAD UAE Team Emirates (2017 season)  United Arab Emirates Campagnolo Colnago C60
Colnago Concept
Colnago V1-R
Colnago K-Zero Campagnolo

Events[edit]

All events from the 2016 UCI World Tour were included, although some events were scheduled on different dates than previous editions. Ten new events were also added to the calendar.[2][14] An eleventh event, the Tour of Qatar, was originally added to the calendar in October 2016, but it was cancelled in December 2016 due to lack of sponsorship support.[15][16] Another new-for-2017 World Tour event, the Presidential Tour of Turkey, was postponed from its initial dates of 18–23 April, in February.[17] In March, following a meeting of the UCI Professional Cycling Council, the race was rescheduled for 10–15 October.[18]

A new points ranking was also introduced for the 2017 season, based upon the points scales for the UCI World Ranking. Therefore, up to 60 riders – up from a maximum of 20 riders at the Grand Tours – would be able to score points in all races.[19][20] As well as the new points rankings, the previous ranking by nations was also removed.[20]

Just as in 2016, the team time trial at the UCI World Championships, scheduled to be held on 17 September, had been due to award points towards the team rankings. In August 2017, the Association International des Groupes Cyclistes Professionels (AIGCP) agreed a deal with the UCI to avoid a boycott of the race, but no points would be awarded towards the World Tour rankings.[21]

Races in the 2017 UCI World Tour[2]
Race Date Winner Second Third Stage points Leader points
Australia Tour Down Under 17–22 January  Richie Porte (AUS) 500 pts  Esteban Chaves (COL) 400 pts  Jay McCarthy (AUS) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 10 pts
Australia Great Ocean Road Race 29 January  Nikias Arndt (GER) 300 pts  Simon Gerrans (AUS) 250 pts  Cameron Meyer (AUS) 0 pts[a] N/A
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Tour 23–26 February  Rui Costa (POR) 300 pts  Ilnur Zakarin (RUS) 250 pts  Tom Dumoulin (NED) 215 pts 40, 15, 6 6 pts
Belgium Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 25 February  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 300 pts  Peter Sagan (SVK) 250 pts  Sep Vanmarcke (BEL) 215 pts N/A
Italy Strade Bianche 4 March  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) 300 pts  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 250 pts  Tim Wellens (BEL) 215 pts N/A
France Paris–Nice 5–12 March  Sergio Henao (COL) 500 pts  Alberto Contador (ESP) 400 pts  Dan Martin (IRL) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 10 pts
Italy Tirreno–Adriatico 8–14 March  Nairo Quintana (COL) 500 pts  Rohan Dennis (AUS) 400 pts  Thibaut Pinot (FRA) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 10 pts
Italy Milan–San Remo 18 March  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) 500 pts  Peter Sagan (SVK) 400 pts  Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) 325 pts N/A
Spain Volta a Catalunya 20–26 March  Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 400 pts  Alberto Contador (ESP) 320 pts  Marc Soler (ESP) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 8 pts
Belgium Dwars door Vlaanderen 22 March  Yves Lampaert (BEL) 300 pts  Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 250 pts  Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ) 215 pts N/A
Belgium E3 Harelbeke 24 March  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 400 pts  Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 320 pts  Oliver Naesen (BEL) 260 pts N/A
Belgium Gent–Wevelgem 26 March  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 500 pts  Jens Keukeleire (BEL) 400 pts  Peter Sagan (SVK) 325 pts N/A
Belgium Tour of Flanders 2 April  Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 500 pts  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 400 pts  Niki Terpstra (NED) 325 pts N/A
Spain Tour of the Basque Country 3–8 April  Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 400 pts  Alberto Contador (ESP) 320 pts  Ion Izagirre (ESP) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 8 pts
France Paris–Roubaix 9 April  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 500 pts  Zdeněk Štybar (CZE) 400 pts  Sebastian Langeveld (NED) 325 pts N/A
Netherlands Amstel Gold Race 16 April  Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 500 pts  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) 400 pts  Michael Albasini (SUI) 325 pts N/A
Belgium La Flèche Wallonne 19 April  Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 400 pts  Dan Martin (IRL) 320 pts  Dylan Teuns (BEL) 260 pts N/A
Belgium Liège–Bastogne–Liège 23 April  Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 500 pts  Dan Martin (IRL) 400 pts  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) 325 pts N/A
Switzerland Tour de Romandie 25–30 April  Richie Porte (AUS) 500 pts  Simon Yates (GBR) 400 pts  Primož Roglič (SLO) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 10 pts
Germany Eschborn-Frankfurt – Rund um den Finanzplatz 1 May  Alexander Kristoff (NOR) 300 pts  Rick Zabel (GER) 250 pts  John Degenkolb (GER) 215 pts N/A
Italy Giro d'Italia 5–28 May  Tom Dumoulin (NED) 850 pts  Nairo Quintana (COL) 680 pts  Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 575 pts 100, 40, 20, 12, 4 20 pts
United States Tour of California 14–20 May  George Bennett (NZL) 300 pts  Rafał Majka (POL) 250 pts  Andrew Talansky (USA) 215 pts 40, 15, 6 6 pts
France Critérium du Dauphiné 4–11 June  Jakob Fuglsang (DEN) 500 pts  Richie Porte (AUS) 400 pts  Dan Martin (IRL) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 10 pts
Switzerland Tour de Suisse 10–18 June  Simon Špilak (SLO) 500 pts  Damiano Caruso (ITA) 400 pts  Steven Kruijswijk (NED) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 10 pts
France Tour de France 1–23 July  Chris Froome (GBR) 1000 pts  Rigoberto Urán (COL) 800 pts  Romain Bardet (FRA) 675 pts 120, 50, 25, 15, 5 25 pts
Spain Clásica de San Sebastián 29 July  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) 400 pts  Tony Gallopin (FRA) 320 pts  Bauke Mollema (NED) 260 pts N/A
Poland Tour de Pologne 29 July  – 4 August  Dylan Teuns (BEL) 400 pts  Rafał Majka (POL) 320 pts  Wout Poels (NED) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 8 pts
United Kingdom RideLondon–Surrey Classic 30 July  Alexander Kristoff (NOR) 300 pts  Magnus Cort (DEN) 250 pts  Michael Matthews (AUS) 215 pts N/A
Belgium/Netherlands BinckBank Tour 7–13 August  Tom Dumoulin (NED) 400 pts  Tim Wellens (BEL) 320 pts  Jasper Stuyven (BEL) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 8 pts
Spain Vuelta a España 19 August  – 10 September  Chris Froome (GBR) 850 pts  Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 680 pts  Ilnur Zakarin (RUS) 575 pts 100, 40, 20, 12, 4 20 pts
Germany EuroEyes Cyclassics 20 August  Elia Viviani (ITA) 400 pts  Arnaud Démare (FRA) 320 pts  Dylan Groenewegen (NED) 260 pts N/A
France Bretagne Classic Ouest–France 27 August  Elia Viviani (ITA) 400 pts  Alexander Kristoff (NOR) 320 pts  Sonny Colbrelli (ITA) 260 pts N/A
Canada GP de Québec 8 September  Peter Sagan (SVK) 500 pts  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 400 pts  Michael Matthews (AUS) 325 pts N/A
Canada GP de Montréal 10 September  Diego Ulissi (ITA) 500 pts  Jesús Herrada (ESP) 400 pts  Tom-Jelte Slagter (NED) 325 pts N/A
Italy Il Lombardia 7 October  Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 500 pts  Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) 400 pts  Gianni Moscon (ITA) 325 pts N/A
Turkey Presidential Tour of Turkey 10–15 October[18]  Diego Ulissi (ITA) 300 pts  Jesper Hansen (DEN) 250 pts  Fausto Masnada (ITA) 0 pts[b] 40, 15, 6 6 pts
China Tour of Guangxi 19–24 October  Tim Wellens (BEL) 300 pts  Bauke Mollema (NED) 250 pts  Nicolas Roche (IRL) 215 pts 40, 15, 6 6 pts

Final points standings[edit]

Individual[edit]

[22]

Riders tied with the same number of points were classified by number of victories, then number of second places, third places, and so on, in World Tour events and stages.

Rank Name Team Points
1  Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) BMC Racing Team 3582
2  Chris Froome (GBR) Team Sky 3452
3  Tom Dumoulin (NED) Team Sunweb 2545
4  Peter Sagan (SVK) Bora–Hansgrohe 2544
5  Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) Bahrain–Merida 2196
6  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) Team Sky 2171
7  Alejandro Valverde (ESP) Movistar Team 2105
8  Dan Martin (IRL) Quick-Step Floors 2050
9  Michael Matthews (AUS) Team Sunweb 2049
10  Alberto Contador (ESP) Trek–Segafredo 1987
11  Philippe Gilbert (BEL) Quick-Step Floors 1893
12  Richie Porte (AUS) BMC Racing Team 1882
13  Nairo Quintana (COL) Movistar Team 1811
14  Alexander Kristoff (NOR) Team Katusha–Alpecin 1806
15  Ilnur Zakarin (RUS) Team Katusha–Alpecin 1686
16  Diego Ulissi (ITA) UAE Team Emirates 1569
17  Bauke Mollema (NED) Trek–Segafredo 1524
18  Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) Quick-Step Floors 1465
19  Romain Bardet (FRA) AG2R La Mondiale 1464
20  Rigoberto Urán (COL) Cannondale–Drapac 1360
21  Tim Wellens (BEL) Lotto–Soudal 1326
22  Thibaut Pinot (FRA) FDJ 1317
23  Ion Izagirre (ESP) Bahrain–Merida 1276
24  Domenico Pozzovivo (ITA) AG2R La Mondiale 1275
25  Sergio Henao (COL) Team Sky 1266
  • 436 riders scored points. 200 other riders finished in positions that would have earned them points, but they were ineligible as members of non-UCI WorldTeams.

Team[edit]

Team rankings were calculated by adding the ranking points of all the riders of a team in the table.[23]

Rank Team Points Point-scoring riders
1 Team Sky 12806
27 riders
Froome (3452), Kwiatkowski (2171), Ser. Henao (1266), Landa (1170), Viviani (1031), Poels (797), Moscon (690), Thomas (611), Nieve (427), Rowe (263), D. van Poppel (151), Boswell (129), Geoghegan Hart (120), Kennaugh (113), Rosa (101), Seb. Henao (52), Kiryienka (51), Dibben (45), D. López (37), Stannard (24), Deignan (23), Gołaś (21), Puccio (20), Elissonde (17), Wiśniowski (11), Doull (8), Knees (5)
2 Quick-Step Floors 12652
27 riders
D. Martin (2050), Gilbert (1893), Alaphilippe (1465), Gaviria (1159), Jungels (704), Kittel (686), Trentin (677), Štybar (667), Terpstra (649), Lampaert (471), de la Cruz (452), Vakoč (420), Boonen (339), Richeze (248), Brambilla (162), Mas (102), Devenyns (94), Bauer (84), Vermote (72), De Plus (68), Cavagna (58), Schachmann (50), Serry (40), Keisse (23), Capecchi (13), Declercq (5), Martinelli (1)
3 BMC Racing Team 10961
28 riders
Van Avermaet (3582), Porte (1882), Dennis (830),[c] Teuns (763), Caruso (735),[d] van Garderen (735), Roche (522), Drucker (384), Küng (335), Dillier (215), Bookwalter (209),[e] Hermans (193),[f] Vliegen (80), Oss (75), S. Sánchez (69), Schär (62), Ventoso (52), Wyss (45), Bohli (41), Moinard (36), De Marchi (35), Quinziato (33), Frankiny (19), Rosskopf (16), Senni (5), Gerts (4), Scotson (3), Elmiger (1)
4 Team Sunweb 8033
22 riders
T. Dumoulin (2545), Matthews (2049), Kelderman (1049), Barguil (977), Arndt (377), Oomen (367), Kragh Andersen (119), Teunissen (110), Bauhaus (104), ten Dam (69), Preidler (51), Sinkeldam (42), Geschke (42), Walscheid (38), Hofstede (33), Hamilton (18), De Backer (14), Kämna (11), Curvers (8), Fröhlinger (5), Haga (3), Lunke (2)
5 Trek–Segafredo 7934
24 riders
Contador (1987), Mollema (1524), Stuyven (1120), Degenkolb (990), Felline (749), Theuns (418), Pantano (246), Guerreiro (208), Gogl (149), Zubeldia (111), Stetina (82), de Kort (59), Reijnen (41), Cardoso (41), Bernard (35), Nizzolo (32), Hernández (29), B. van Poppel (28), Rast (26), Didier (22), Brändle (15), Beppu (12), Pedersen (5), Daniel (5)
6 Movistar Team 7399
26 riders
Valverde (2105), N. Quintana (1811), Je. Herrada (668), G. Izagirre (500), Soler (462), Rojas (393), Castroviejo (229), D. Moreno (170), Sütterlin (163), Amador (121), de la Parte (106), Bennati (101), Betancur (100), Fernández (66), Anacona (63), Oliveira (61), Jo. Herrada (54), Barbero (52), Carapaz (43), Dowsett (35), Erviti (34), D. Quintana (24), Pedrero (15), Sutherland (12), Carretero (8), Arcas (3)
7 Orica–Scott 7190
24 riders
S. Yates (1067), Albasini (830), A. Yates (776), Chaves (619), Keukeleire (608), Ewan (608), Durbridge (577), Cort (432), Gerrans (281), Haig (273), Impey (230), Verona (155), Kreuziger (150), Juul-Jensen (134), Hayman (104), Mezgec (98), Howson (82), Docker (77), Edmondson (38), Plaza (32), Hepburn (16), Kluge (1), Tuft (1), Bewley (1)
8 Bora–Hansgrohe 6516
25 riders
P. Sagan (2544), Majka (1117), S. Bennett (548), McCarthy (505), Pöstlberger (414), Buchmann (389), Konrad (353), Bodnar (142), Poljański (125), Burghardt (74), Selig (68), Mühlberger (45), J. Sagan (40), Mendes (28), Herklotz (24), Schwarzmann (22), Pelucchi (15), Pfingsten (14), Saramotins (12), Ackermann (11), Bárta (10), König (5), Schillinger (5), Benedetti (5), Archbold (1)
9 AG2R La Mondiale 6316
26 riders
Bardet (1464), Pozzovivo (1275), Naesen (910), Vuillermoz (881), Bakelants (515), Frank (304), Barbier (166), Latour (155), Gautier (95), Houle (64), Gastauer (62), Jaurégui (60), Dupont (52), Cherel (46), Domont (43), Bidard (38), Bagdonas (34), Montaguti (27), Peters (26), Geniez (24), Vandenbergh (22), Gougeard (21), Duval (13), Chevrier (13), Denz (5), Bérard (1)
10 Cannondale–Drapac 6049
23 riders
Urán (1360), Vanmarcke (917), Slagter (589), Woods (585), van Baarle (491), Langeveld (404), Bettiol (312), Talansky (301),[g] Formolo (208), Rolland (187), Villella (153), Wippert (152), Van Asbroeck (75), Bevin (73), Brown (56), Carthy (55), S. Clarke (31), Canty (28), Howes (23), Dombrowski (20), Koren (12), Mullen (10), Scully (7)
11 Team Katusha–Alpecin 5619
23 riders
Kristoff (1806), Zakarin (1686), Špilak (748), Zabel (326), Restrepo (272), Gonçalves (98), M. Lammertink (96), T. Martin (80), Politt (75), Taaramäe (65), Kochetkov (61), Kišerlovski (58), Planckaert (52), Hollenstein (36), Bystrøm (35), Mamykin (30), Machado (26), Kuznetsov (24), Losada (20), Würtz Schmidt (10), Vicioso (7), Biermans (6), Mørkøv (2)
12 UAE Team Emirates 5494
23 riders
Ulissi (1569), Costa (929), Meintjes (758), Modolo (364), Polanc (296), Mohorič (259), Atapuma (180), Conti (174), Stake Laengen (155), Swift (155), Kump (130), Consonni (125), Marcato (88), Ferrari (76), Niemiec (75), Petilli (71), Đurasek (29), Mori (23), Aït El Abdia (10), Ravasi (10), Zurlo (8), Bono (5), Troia (5)
13 Lotto–Soudal 5466
25 riders
Wellens (1326), Gallopin (853), Greipel (788), Benoot (541), Valls (313), Marczyński (292), De Gendt (285), Armée (172), Debusschere (154), Monfort (139), J. Vanendert (132), Maes (93), Roelandts (60), Van der Sande (53), De Clercq (48), Wallays (44), Bak (41), De Buyst (25), Vervaeke (24), Sieberg (24), A. Hansen (24), Shaw (15), De Bie (11), Hofland (8), Frison (1)
14 Bahrain–Merida 5277
20 riders
V. Nibali (2196), I. Izagirre (1276), Colbrelli (887), Visconti (203), Pellizotti (101), Cink (82), Grmay (80), Bonifazio (78), Brajkovič (75), Bole (73), Gasparotto (67), Pibernik (37), Haussler (28), García (26), Sivtsov (22), Arashiro (21), Božič (16), J. Moreno (4), Insausti (4), Agnoli (1)
15 Astana 5018
28 riders
Aru (1214), Fuglsang (776), M. López (520), Lutsenko (409), Valgren (405), J. Hansen (309), L. Sánchez (247), Gatto (190), Bilbao (174), Chernetskiy (161), Breschel (95), Zeits (93), Cataldo (89), Hrivko (86), De Vreese (64), Kangert (49), Scarponi (35), Tleubayev (24), Korsæth (20), Minali (11), Kozhatayev (10), Stalnov (8), Tiralongo (5), Bizhigitov (5), Moser (5), Gruzdev (5), Fominykh (5), Zakharov (4)
16 LottoNL–Jumbo 4846
23 riders
Roglič (1191), Groenewegen (678), Kruijswijk (667), G. Bennett (566), Gesink (359), Lobato (225), van Emden (218), Boom (158), Martens (123), Battaglin (103), Clement (98), Bouwman (89), Tankink (73), Tolhoek (63), De Tier (60), Olivier (46), Roosen (38), Van Hoecke (27), Wynants (24), Vermeulen (22), Grøndahl Jansen (12), Van den Broeck (3), Wagner (3)
17 FDJ 3616
20 riders
Pinot (1317), Démare (1128), Molard (247), Roux (204), Reichenbach (124), Gaudu (108), Eiking (90), Cimolai (83), Vichot (82), Ladagnous (55), Manzin (40), Konovalovas (37), Morabito (24), Ludvigsson (20), Le Gac (19), Maison (16), Delage (10), Vincent (8), Bonnet (2), Roy (2)
18 Team Dimension Data 2575
22 riders
Haas (775), Boasson Hagen (561), Fraile (180), Thwaites (141), Pauwels (127), Morton (115), Sbaragli (113), Kudus (98), Cavendish (88), Debesay (70), Antón (54), J. Janse van Rensburg (54), O'Connor (52), R. Janse van Rensburg (48), Berhane (32), Gibbons (21), King (12), Eisel (10), Cummings (10), Dougall (7), Teklehaimanot (5), Venter (2)

Leader progress[edit]

Event
(Winner)
Individual Team
Tour Down Under
(Richie Porte)
Richie Porte BMC Racing Team
Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race
(Nikias Arndt)
Orica–Scott
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
(Greg Van Avermaet)
BMC Racing Team
Abu Dhabi Tour
(Rui Costa)
Strade Bianche
(Michał Kwiatkowski)
Paris–Nice
(Sergio Henao)
Tirreno–Adriatico
(Nairo Quintana)
Milan–San Remo
(Michał Kwiatkowski)
Peter Sagan
Dwars door Vlaanderen
(Yves Lampaert)
Quick-Step Floors
E3 Harelbeke
(Greg Van Avermaet)
Greg Van Avermaet
Volta a Catalunya
(Alejandro Valverde)
Gent–Wevelgem
(Greg Van Avermaet)
Tour of Flanders
(Philippe Gilbert)
Tour of the Basque Country
(Alejandro Valverde)
Paris–Roubaix
(Greg Van Avermaet)
Amstel Gold Race
(Philippe Gilbert)
La Flèche Wallonne
(Alejandro Valverde)
Liège–Bastogne–Liège
(Alejandro Valverde)
Tour de Romandie
(Richie Porte)
Eschborn-Frankfurt – Rund um den Finanzplatz
(Alexander Kristoff)
Tour of California
(George Bennett)
Giro d'Italia
(Tom Dumoulin)
Critérium du Dauphiné
(Jakob Fuglsang)
Tour de Suisse
(Simon Špilak)
Tour de France
(Chris Froome)
Clásica de San Sebastián
(Michał Kwiatkowski)
RideLondon–Surrey Classic
(Alexander Kristoff)
Tour de Pologne
(Dylan Teuns)
BinckBank Tour
(Tom Dumoulin)
EuroEyes Cyclassics
(Elia Viviani)
Bretagne Classic Ouest–France
(Elia Viviani)
Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec
(Peter Sagan)
Vuelta a España
(Chris Froome)
Chris Froome Team Sky
Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal
(Diego Ulissi)
Greg Van Avermaet
Il Lombardia
(Vincenzo Nibali)
Presidential Tour of Turkey
(Diego Ulissi)
Tour of Guangxi
(Tim Wellens)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ As Meyer rode for the Australian national team, which is not a UCI WorldTeam, he was ineligible to score points towards the UCI World Tour standings.
  2. ^ As Masnada was riding for Androni–Sidermec–Bottecchia, which is not a UCI WorldTeam, he was ineligible to score points towards the UCI World Tour standings.
  3. ^ Listed on 810 by the UCI; missing leader points at the Vuelta a España.
  4. ^ Listed on 755 by the UCI; attributed leader points at the Vuelta a España when not the leader.
  5. ^ Listed on 217 by the UCI; attributed leader points at the Volta a Catalunya when not the leader.
  6. ^ Listed on 185 by the UCI; missing leader points at the Volta a Catalunya.
  7. ^ Talansky's points are not attributed to any team according to the UCI.

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